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Item No. 100153746

Kigumi Table

$1,695.00
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Item No. 100153746

Kigumi Table

$1,695.00

1 Color
Oak
Walnut
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  • Casual table suitable for everyday use.
  • Intersecting supports provide stability.
  • Chamfered edge ensures comfort and durability.
  • 29.53" H 49.21" W 49.21" D
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Designed by Nazanin Kamali for Case
Kigumi Table
$1,695.00
Simple modern profile — The Kigumi Table is streamlined, well made, and ideal for daily use.
Details

Details

Special joinery provides stability

Named for a traditional Japanese joinery technique in which masterfully created interlocking wooden joints are used to form bonds, the understated Kigumi Table (2020) reflects Nazanin Kamali’s conviction that a casual dining table needs to be simple, have a small footprint, and be suitable for everyday use. It features a top with chamfered edge for comfort and durability and a solid wood base with intersecting supports that provide stability and a visually pleasing profile. Made in Lithuania.
  • Casual table suitable for everyday use.
  • Intersecting supports provide stability.
  • Chamfered edge ensures comfort and durability.
Brand Case
General Dimensions
  • 29.53" H 49.21" W 49.21" D
Box Dimensions
  • 9.44" H 56.29" W 59.29" D
Assembly Requires Assembly
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.
Lifestyle
  • Family friendly
Kigumi Table

Kigumi Table

  • Height (in): 29.53
  • Width (in): 49.21
  • Depth (in): 49.21
  • Solid oak or walnut base
  • Oak or walnut veneer top
Nazanin Kamali

Nazanin Kamali

A multidisciplinary designer and entrepreneur, Nazanin Kamali embarked on her career following graduation from The Royal College of Art in London, where she studied furniture design. Striking out as a freelancer, she went on to found the design collective Non Specific Creativity, where she spearheaded projects ranging from restaurant design to art installations.

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