Tablet tables are a series of low tables with both round and square sizes, which are now completed with a round dining table. The tables design is signified by the distinctive wooden legs which have been carefully crafted with curved surfaces and rounded corners. The inspiration for their form comes from ornamental pendants fashioned and worn by the Maori peoples of New Zealand.
Thanks to the table structure, the tabletops appear to float above the legs, giving the Tablet tables an elemental, sculptural quality. Legs in canaletto walnut, wengé stained ash, white or black lacquered beech. Top in white Carrara, black Marquinia or brown Emperador marble.
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The swedish design partnership Claesson Koivisto Rune was founded in 1995 as an architectural office but is, in the classic Scandinavian way multi-disciplinary, which means that both architecture and design is practised.
Completed architectural projects include: Sfera Building culture house in Kyoto, the...