Ban Table

The table draws its inspiration from the work of Japanese architect Shigeru Ban and from traditional Asian joinery. The structure is designed on the basis of joinery techniques, which make it possible to put it together and take it apart without the use of screws, nails, dowels or glue. The resulting table is extremely stable.
The table is designed to highlight the subtle beauty of the joints used in ancient joinery. The glass table top ensures the lightness of the table while it lets you see all the details of the base.
Designed for easy packing and transporting.
2015 - CLAP Award – International Industrial and Graphic Design Awards, winner – Best Furniture Design (Clap Platinum).
2015 - 8ª Bienal Nacional de Diseño (Eighth National Design Biennial), Official selection.
2014 - Architectural Digest Mexico, Iconos del Diseño Award, finalist - Best Furniture Design.

design: Ania Wołowska

finish: natural oil or matte varnish

size 1: 69” L x 35” W x 29” H *
size 2: 83” L x 35” W x 29” H *
size 3: 116” L x 39” W x 29” H *
*size without glass top

available in: Mexican Ebony, Black Cabbagebark, Mahogany or Jamaican Dogwood

Muna Table

Designed to be admired from any angle, the Muna table is outstanding for the details of the joints in its base as well as for the oval shape of the table top. The structure is based on double joints that cross the legs and come out to the sides. Meanwhile the legs fit in with the braces, making a strong and stable connection.
This is a piece that will last a lifetime and whose great feature is the elegance of the fine craftsmanship.
It comes apart in three parts to pack flat, which greatly reduces shipping and storage costs.

design: Ania Wołowska

finish: natural oil or matte varnish

size 1: 82,6” L x 43,3” W x 29,5” H
size 2: 102,3” L x 43,3” W x 29,5” H

available in: Caribbean Walnut, Mahogany, Black Cabbagebark, Mexican Ebony