Balusters are ubiquitous in vintage design East and West. In windows, they let light and air through the home. In staircases and balconies, they create decorative detail. The Raides console table by ITO KISH is a profusion of balusters in a new function: as structural support for its classically elegant marble tabletop.
L117 W43 H80 cm
Material: kiln-dried gmelina wood and marble
The Aries displays a special balance of contemporary cool and old-fashioned charm. Its top is made of a unique seashell known as midnight blacktab shell. The faux horn is made of metal-reinforced casted resin that is meticulously hand-finished by skilled painters.
An elegant furniture piece that embodies regional material and skill.
W105 D64 H43 cm
Material: Midnight blacktab shell and handpainted resin
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Jigsaw displays wave-like shapes combined with individually hand-laminated natural sika rattan. The sika rattan is individually arranged by hand in a sunburst pattern.
While best viewed as a four-piece centre table, it can also be taken apart and flexibly used individually or as two, three or four small tables to suit your unique setting and available space.
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W55 D45.8 H43 cm
Material: Sika rattan and solid wood
The Basilisa Barrel Accent Table showcases a lattice of different traditional patterns of solihiya, an intricate rattan weave done by hand. Functional because it strengthens and supports the object on which it is used; decorative because of the beauty inherent in the weave itself, and the exquisite play of light and shadow it produces.
L38 W38 H50
Material: Natural whitewashed mahogany and rattan