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Baguette Dining Table

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12 weeks
Herman Miller

The Baguette Dining Table is a table that is so svelte that it seems to float, but it’s actually strong enough to hold an entire buffet. French designers Ronan and Ewan Bouroullec created the look with a long, slender top fastened to cast aluminum legs that create the illusion of delicacy. Baguette for most of us recalls a crusty French loaf, but it was the original definition of the word—"wand"—that inspired this table. Minimal and versatile, it makes a statement anywhere it goes- from executive office to a dining space. All tops except MDF are suitable for outdoor use. 

  • Dining table
    • 80”W x 33"D x 28"H



The long, thin top can be 1” MDF in white or black (not suitable for outdoors) or 5/8" thick extraclear glass and the cast aluminum legs and frame can be polished or painted white or black. Polished frame is not suitable for outdoors.


24% recycled content; 31% recyclable


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Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec grew up in the French countryside and moved to Paris after completing their educations. As partners in design since the 1990s, the brothers value what their relationship brings to their work.

"The fact that we can discuss everything openly and honestly with each other is important because often creativity does not come from a rational point of view but an emotional one," says Erwan. "It's about finding a certain balance or character when you are looking for solutions to problems that are difficult to solve."

They feel the design process itself is similar to any of the arts because it's about using one's talents to make something people enjoy and appreciate. "Like a guitarist who uses only six strings to create something marvelous, a stitch placed just so on a pillow brings real beauty to it," says Erwan.

One of their goals when designing Steelwood furniture group for Magis, was to find an affordable alternative to plastic, which dominated European seating at the time. "We needed to reduce the complexity of wood assembling, so we kept our design simple," says Ronan. "And we wanted something that would appeal to everyone— men, women, rich, poor—one that would say to people, 'I am a well-constructed, beautiful object, one that will last a long time, and will grow old quite nicely with you.' Not just something they use, but are happy to have around them."

When designing the Osso chair for Mattiazzi, "Our intention was to let the sensuality of the wood express itself," says Erwan. "The chair invites people to touch or even caress it, as it is extremely sculpted and polished."

The two credit designers from the past with giving them a solid foundation for their work. "To me, contemporary design stands atop two massive columns: one was created by the American designers like Eames who was so innovative in the 40s and 50s and whose use of technology made such an incredible impact," says Erwan. "And the other column is made up of the Italian designers of the 70s and 80s who created a whole new typology for modern living."

The Bouroullecs have collaborated with numerous furniture and consumer product manufacturers around the world, including Vitra, Kvadrat, Kartell, Alessi, and Cappellini.

Their designs are also part of many international museum collections such as the Musée National d'Art Moderne - Centre Pompidou and the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Design Museum in London.

Photo Credit: ©Studio Bouroullec

Care & Maintenance

With regular care and maintenance, your Herman Miller product will provide many years of superior performance and satisfaction. To maintain quality, please follow the cleaning procedures outlined here.

The instructions for the care and maintenance of Herman Miller products are provided to you as a service. No warranty is implied since results may vary.

Use a soft rag, either dry or wet. When needed, use ph-balanced soap diluted in water. Do not use abrasive sponges as they may leave scratches. Immediately dry after washing with a soft rag or chamois leather. Never leave water or other liquids to stagnate on the product. Avoid contact with all acidic substances. Small marks or irregularities, which might be visible on the surface of the polished frame, should not be considered as faults, but on the contrary, as technical results of the nature of natural aluminum and its brushing and polishing by hand. Aluminum is very likely to dull while using. Regular care is therefore necessary to maintain its original appearance. We recommend using specific cleaning products for aluminum.

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Herman Miller does not warrant:
• natural variations in wood grain or figure or the presence of character marks
• changes in surface finishes, including colorfastness, due to aging or exposure to light
• marks, scars, or wrinkles occurring naturally in leather
• veins, marks, voids, fissures, or cracks found naturally in stone

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• failure resulting from normal wear and tear
• pilling of textiles
• the matching of colors, grains, or textures of natural materials
• the colorfastness or the matching of colors of textiles, including an exact match to cuttings, samples, or to swatch cards
• damage, marking, or staining of veneer surfaces due to contact with rubber or similar compounds; damage from sharp objects or imprinting from writing instruments, or prolonged exposure to direct sunlight
• discoloration of Lyris™, Lyris 2, and any light-colored textiles due to soiling, stains, or dye transfer from clothing including denim
• foreign objects abrading fabric over time


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