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This is the essential plain version of the Colour Wood tables. This Colour Wood series of polygonal side and sofa tables with its distinctive barrel-like leg explore craft traditions and the characteristics of low diameter wood. They come in three sizes with different heights and diameters, in this version all plain, in slightly whitened natural chestnut wood. Inspired by the traditional Japanese wood joint technique yatoi-sanetsugi, the legs are made of individual laths that are elaborately connected at intricate angles to form a round tapered base. The edges of the 15-sided tabletops reflect the 15 facets of the base. Like all Karimoku New Standard items, they are beautifully crafted down to the smallest detail.
Small: width 50,5 cm and height 45,4 cm
Medium: width 60,3 cm and height 39,2 cm
Large: width 71,7 cm and height 32,7 cm
Plain slightly whitened natural chestnut wood with a clear coating.
Karimoku is a manufacturer of wood furniture from central Japan with history of more than 70 years.
Their tradition derives of a deep understanding of carpentry craftsmanship combined with cutting-edge technologies to build furniture of the highest possible quality. Aiming to preserve and revitalize Japanese forests and resume a balance with local forest industry, the products are made using sustainably sourced Japanese hardwoods,such as maple, chestnut and oak-low-diameter trees that are often discarded or ending up as paper pulp. The furniture pieces are made to bring lasting joy, true to the credo that a piece of furniture should last at least as long as the tree it was made from.
Collaborating with some of the most promising international design talents, the brand launched Karimoku New Standard. These tables are designed by Scholten & Baijings. They combine minimal forms and balanced use of colour with traditional craft techniques and industrial production in a distinctive, almost un-Dutch design style. They work for companies and institutions. Their work is published in magazines such as Wallpaper*, Frame, Elle Deco, New York Times, Vogue, Surface and in the International Design Year Book. Their work has been purchased by several museums and private collectors and is sold worldwide. They recently received their second Dutch Design Award, won a Wallpaper* Design Award and were rewarded with the ELLE Decoration International Design Award for Young Designer Talent.
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