Conviviality, which is the primary function of any table, is expressed with irony in the Cop table.


In everyday life, tables are normally covered with various objects but the surface of the Cop tabletop is like a stretch of water where the objects are upturned to form its unusual base. Stylised elements inspired by bottles, precious chalices and champagne glasses, in various shapes and sizes and immediately striking, even in their unusual position. The top is a neutral element yet, at the same time, it is the dividing line of the world that it reflects. Flexible lines and careful formal research create a table intended to bring people and ideas together. The base of the Cop table is in painted metal, in a single colour or a combination of different hues, or in burnished, matt brass or matt copper finishes. The fixed top is offered in wood, glass or ceramic, or marble and can be round or with rounded edges.

Data sheet

Width: 220cm

Depth: 110cm

Height: 75cm

Width: 280cm

Depth: 115cm

Height: 75cm

Width: 300cm

Depth: 140cm

Height: 75cm

Width: 140cm

Depth: 140cm

Height: 75cm

Width: 160cm

Depth: 160cm

Height: 75cm

Width: 180cm

Depth: 180cm

Height: 75cm

  • Mat white

  • Walnut Canaletto

  • American walnut

  • Natural polished oak

  • Anthracite grey polished oak

  • Extra-light acid-treated white

  • Acid-treated black

  • Calacatta macchia vecchia

  • Calacatta

  • Gold Onice

  • Ardesia grey

  • Laurent

  • Carrara

  • Calacatta

  • Emperador

  • Marquinia

  • Mat white

  • Mat dove grey

  • Mat orchid

  • Mat lilac

  • Mat plum

  • Mat brown

  • Mat rasberry

  • Mat bordeaux

  • Mat coffee brown

  • Mat bronze

  • Mat racing green

  • Mat anthracite grey

  • Mat lead

  • Mat black

  • Burnished

  • Mat copper

  • Mat brass

Fabrics, eco-leather, leather and emery leather shown in this website are a selection. Colors and finishes are approximate and may slightly differ from actual ones. Please visit Bonaldo dealers to see the complete collection.



Roberto Paoli

An interesting experimentation is at the base of the collaboration between Roberto Paoli and Bonaldo that began in 2014. The architect and interior designer brings a contribution to the company focused on a design style where the creative process melds with consolidated technical and material performance knowledge, in order to innovate and to give shape to products with an extremely clean formal look. Together with Bonaldo, Paoli focuses on objects with great formal study, experimentation and innovation behind them. Paoli's Cop table, which was presented at the Salone del Mobile 2017, won the prestigious “Good Design Award 2017”.