Occassional Tables

Arc

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The Arc collection designed by Toan Nguyen for Wendelbo.

The bases of the ARC tables are derived from elementary geometry, but the result is sculptural. The void takes over the full, the inside passes to the outside and the mass becomes a thin thickness.

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Around Table

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Designed by Thomas Bentzen in 2011 for Muuto, the Around Coffee Table brings a new perspective to its typology through the characterful wooden veneer frame that runs along the edge of the table, echoing the ideas of Scandinavian design. With its round shape and multiple sizes, the Around Coffee Table can be used in a multitude of settings, on its own or in groups, in any living room, lounge setting, lobby area or hotel room.

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Cuatro Table

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The Cuatro table desisgned by Nathan Yong for Punt can either a functional side or bedside tables providing an important design element to small spaces. Small pieces of art characterized by its angular shapes and elegance.‎ They are perfect to be combined with our bed or just to add a singular touch to any corner of the house.‎

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Koku Coffee and Side Table

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Koku is named after the island of Shikoku, the site of Nakashima’s former workshops and the setting for an influential research trip for Norm Architects.

The table range has been developed in response to Nakashima’s sculptural and material-led approach to crafting objects, collecting characterful slabs of wood and shaping his finds into new uses through sensitive carpentry methods. Featuring a striking combination of solid wood and metal tubes, Koku is a play on balance: light and elegant meeting heavy and intentional. The intriguing dimensions and proportions of the tables offer a bold structure underneath, while the top provides a calm and serene surface for arrangements.

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Void Collection

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This subtle gesture of subtraction results in a very strong impact, thanks to the curvature of the base defining a space which alters the visual perception of the objects.

The ‘Void’ series by Desalto originates as an investigation of form in relation to the architectural notions of mass and emptiness.

“a solid that has been partially deconstructed and excavated”

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Arc

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The Arc collection designed by Toan Nguyen for Wendelbo.

The bases of the ARC tables are derived from elementary geometry, but the result is sculptural. The void takes over the full, the inside passes to the outside and the mass becomes a thin thickness.

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Around Table

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Designed by Thomas Bentzen in 2011 for Muuto, the Around Coffee Table brings a new perspective to its typology through the characterful wooden veneer frame that runs along the edge of the table, echoing the ideas of Scandinavian design. With its round shape and multiple sizes, the Around Coffee Table can be used in a multitude of settings, on its own or in groups, in any living room, lounge setting, lobby area or hotel room.

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Cuatro Table

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The Cuatro table desisgned by Nathan Yong for Punt can either a functional side or bedside tables providing an important design element to small spaces. Small pieces of art characterized by its angular shapes and elegance.‎ They are perfect to be combined with our bed or just to add a singular touch to any corner of the house.‎

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Koku Coffee and Side Table

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Koku is named after the island of Shikoku, the site of Nakashima’s former workshops and the setting for an influential research trip for Norm Architects.

The table range has been developed in response to Nakashima’s sculptural and material-led approach to crafting objects, collecting characterful slabs of wood and shaping his finds into new uses through sensitive carpentry methods. Featuring a striking combination of solid wood and metal tubes, Koku is a play on balance: light and elegant meeting heavy and intentional. The intriguing dimensions and proportions of the tables offer a bold structure underneath, while the top provides a calm and serene surface for arrangements.

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Void Collection

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This subtle gesture of subtraction results in a very strong impact, thanks to the curvature of the base defining a space which alters the visual perception of the objects.

The ‘Void’ series by Desalto originates as an investigation of form in relation to the architectural notions of mass and emptiness.

“a solid that has been partially deconstructed and excavated”

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Arc

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The Arc collection designed by Toan Nguyen for Wendelbo.

The bases of the ARC tables are derived from elementary geometry, but the result is sculptural. The void takes over the full, the inside passes to the outside and the mass becomes a thin thickness.

Around Table

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Designed by Thomas Bentzen in 2011 for Muuto, the Around Coffee Table brings a new perspective to its typology through the characterful wooden veneer frame that runs along the edge of the table, echoing the ideas of Scandinavian design. With its round shape and multiple sizes, the Around Coffee Table can be used in a multitude of settings, on its own or in groups, in any living room, lounge setting, lobby area or hotel room.

Cuatro Table

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The Cuatro table desisgned by Nathan Yong for Punt can either a functional side or bedside tables providing an important design element to small spaces. Small pieces of art characterized by its angular shapes and elegance.‎ They are perfect to be combined with our bed or just to add a singular touch to any corner of the house.‎

Koku Coffee and Side Table

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Koku is named after the island of Shikoku, the site of Nakashima’s former workshops and the setting for an influential research trip for Norm Architects.

The table range has been developed in response to Nakashima’s sculptural and material-led approach to crafting objects, collecting characterful slabs of wood and shaping his finds into new uses through sensitive carpentry methods. Featuring a striking combination of solid wood and metal tubes, Koku is a play on balance: light and elegant meeting heavy and intentional. The intriguing dimensions and proportions of the tables offer a bold structure underneath, while the top provides a calm and serene surface for arrangements.

Void Collection

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This subtle gesture of subtraction results in a very strong impact, thanks to the curvature of the base defining a space which alters the visual perception of the objects.

The ‘Void’ series by Desalto originates as an investigation of form in relation to the architectural notions of mass and emptiness.

“a solid that has been partially deconstructed and excavated”

Arc

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The Arc collection designed by Toan Nguyen for Wendelbo.

The bases of the ARC tables are derived from elementary geometry, but the result is sculptural. The void takes over the full, the inside passes to the outside and the mass becomes a thin thickness.

Around Table

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Designed by Thomas Bentzen in 2011 for Muuto, the Around Coffee Table brings a new perspective to its typology through the characterful wooden veneer frame that runs along the edge of the table, echoing the ideas of Scandinavian design. With its round shape and multiple sizes, the Around Coffee Table can be used in a multitude of settings, on its own or in groups, in any living room, lounge setting, lobby area or hotel room.

Cuatro Table

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The Cuatro table desisgned by Nathan Yong for Punt can either a functional side or bedside tables providing an important design element to small spaces. Small pieces of art characterized by its angular shapes and elegance.‎ They are perfect to be combined with our bed or just to add a singular touch to any corner of the house.‎

Koku Coffee and Side Table

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Koku is named after the island of Shikoku, the site of Nakashima’s former workshops and the setting for an influential research trip for Norm Architects.

The table range has been developed in response to Nakashima’s sculptural and material-led approach to crafting objects, collecting characterful slabs of wood and shaping his finds into new uses through sensitive carpentry methods. Featuring a striking combination of solid wood and metal tubes, Koku is a play on balance: light and elegant meeting heavy and intentional. The intriguing dimensions and proportions of the tables offer a bold structure underneath, while the top provides a calm and serene surface for arrangements.

Void Collection

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This subtle gesture of subtraction results in a very strong impact, thanks to the curvature of the base defining a space which alters the visual perception of the objects.

The ‘Void’ series by Desalto originates as an investigation of form in relation to the architectural notions of mass and emptiness.

“a solid that has been partially deconstructed and excavated”

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