Even among walnut lumber, the rare claro walnut exhibits a distinctive grain. This 70mm thick coffee table lets you enjoy the sheer weight of a single, unique tree.
Wood seems to radiate out from the center of this impressive coffee table. Use the shelf beneath the glass top as a magazine rack or display. Brass elegantly glints in the wedges.
Three types of stones make up this patchwork table. The flanking and merging of minerals evoke a planetary alignment. The three brass bars, of course, serve a mechanical function as joints but also an aesthetic one, not to be overlooked.
Solid brass legs protrude from this remarkable coffee table. Make it your own by selecting size and stone variant. Brought to you by Japanese metalworkers and masons in collaboration.
This low table on three legs was designed by one of Japan’s esteemed furniture manufacturers, Tendo Mokko. The surface coating is sturdy enough to have supported tables at Japanese ryokan for many long years. A versatile piece, suitable as a coffee table in front of the sofa, in Japanese-style rooms or as a console to display a collection in the corner of a…
Made with standard dimensions of literary publications, magazines, paperbacks, and CDs in mind. Packed solid, it’s a veritable tower of books.
A series made popular by the combination of its thin metal frames and wood tabletops. A handy table that slides over the sofa seat.
The texture of this solid wood piece stands out precisely due to simplicity in design. Store remote controls and living room gadgets on the underlying shelf.
A black box to sit in front of the sofa. A beautifully finished product with a modern interpretation of wood grain texture.
A deconstructed coffee table with hexagonal posts. An accent piece for a coordinated intellectual space.
A strong, square design made with chunky grid-work. Whether square or rectangular, the beauty of this design is in the stunning universality of geometry.
Metal lines and glass surfaces. Minimalism at its finest. Balance with a larger cut of glass.
Two metal legs support a sheet of glass. Every excess has been cut away from this minimalist style.
A coffee table to recall contemporary landscape architecture, now in miniature in your living room. Enjoy the sense of stability brought about by a comprehensive vantage point.
From a demure console table in the living room to a nightstand nestled against your bed— a cleverly shaped, versatile piece.
A coffee table with two sides to grasp. Vary the shape, according to use.
This side table emulates the beautiful lines seen in a mosque. Watch in wonder as the atmosphere changes when it goes from upright to horizontal.
We redesigned a medieval Italian side table. Neo-classic. For adults weary of simplicity.
To be considered an antique in the next generation, a table must be made of quality materials and by skilled artisans. This is one such crystallization of Japanese craft.
In olden Japan, there existed portable tables on which to serve sake, called “shutaku.” We would love to see sake served on these collapsible tables anywhere in modern condominiums amid other furniture. Imagine: one small plate, one pair of chopsticks, and one sake cup— one marked sanctum just for you.
A round coffee table made of marble and brass. It reaches up, up, with the verve of a lotus plant. Order according to the desired size and pair with sofas large and small for a dynamic look.