In 2015 Bruunmunch relaunched the Poul M Volther “J111”-chair. With its classic
expression, comfortable fit and timeless quality, it offers you a dining chair to last
for generations. The J111 is available in three types of oil treated oak or in black
lacquered beech. This is the chair worthy to enter and compete against the classics
of your neighbour’s house. J111 exhibits modernity in both its expression and history.
W: 42 cm
D: 38 / 46,5 cm
H: 45 / 76,5 cm
Chair: Black lacquered beech or in oiled-, white oiled- or soap treated oak.
PLAYdinner is the dining table from where there will be laughter, delicious food and
memories will be made. Soft curves, robust materials and super Danish craftsmanship
ensures the dining table to become more beautiful over time in sync with the soul
of the family. The table can fit a simple dinner for two as well as large dinner parties.
Extends with up to two additional extraction plates.
PLAYdinner Lamé L 180 with extension for 2 additional plates
PLAYdinner Lamé L 180 without extension
PLAYdinner Lamé L 230 without extension
PLAYdinner Lamé L 280 without extension
W: 105 cm / H: 73 cm
PLAYdinner Ø 120 with extension for 2 additional plates
PLAYdinner Ø 120 without extension
PLAYdinner Ø 100 without extension
Ø: 120 / Ø: 100 / H: 73 cm
Top plate: Solid oak or walnut milled and polished by hand. Smoked, oiled, white
oiled, soap treated oak or oiled walnut. Also available in laminate, with wood edge
matching the chosen table legs.
Legs: Turned wood, treatments as top plate.
Henrik J. Bruun & Jacob S. Munch
A vision to create qualitative, functional
and timeless furniture made Jacob
Munch and Henrik Bruun establish their
design company Bruunmunch in 2008.
Since the duo took the Danish design
scene, everything went fast.
Their vision at the time and today is
creating new design in close coope-
ration with designers, Danish suppliers
and skilled cabinetmakers.
Bruunmunch’s furniture is Danish in
expression, design and production.
Poul M. Volther
First trained as a cabinetmaker, Volther
studied furniture design at the Arts and
Crafts School in Copenhagen. A believer
in Functionalism, he avoided short-lived
aesthetic trends, concentrating on the
simple crafting of fine materials. As a
teacher at Denmark’s Design School,
he encouraged hundreds of students
to aim for high quality craftsmanship.
He also designed a wide variety of
armchairs and sofas which can still be
seen in homes throughout Denmark.