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Hew Coffee Table

C$ 6,455.00
3.3 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100177275
Select Styles In Stock

Hew Coffee Table

C$ 6,455.00
Black Ash
Walnut
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  • A beautifully crafted, sculptural table.
  • Low iron tempered glass top.
  • Available with a choice of tabletop shapes.
  • 14⅛" H 36⅛" W 53½" D
Detailed Dimensions

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1-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Designed by Pat Kim for Design Within Reach
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Hew Coffee Table
C$ 6,455.00
Details

Details

Inspired by his musings at the lathe, designer Pat Kim created the sculptural Hew Coffee Table (2020). Its solid wood tripod base is a sturdy arrangement of three unique forms – a pill, a teardrop, and Kim’s favorite, the double bubble. The base is topped with a tempered glass top in your choice of an ellipse or half-moon shape, the latter being especially well suited for use in front of a sofa. The glass is low iron, which means it’s brighter and clearer, and has better light transmission and a lot less of the greenish tint that occurs when glass contains higher levels of iron. Made in Poland.
  • A beautifully crafted, sculptural table.
  • Low iron tempered glass top.
  • Available with an ellipse or half-moon tabletop.
Brand
Design Within Reach
Collection
Hew Table Collection
General Dimensions
  • 14⅛" H 36⅛" W 53½" D
Product Weight
82.5 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
1-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)

Half Moon Glass Top

  • Height (in): 14⅛
  • Width (in): 36⅛
  • Depth (in): 53½
  • Weight (lbs): 82.5
  • Solid walnut or black-painted ash
  • Low iron, tempered glass

Pat Kim

Pat Kim's curiosity was encouraged by his uncle who taught him, as a kid to create objects out of found materials. This led naturally to an interest in industrial design and since his graduation, he opened a cooperative woodshop on the shores of the East River in Red Hook, Brooklyn. And that’s when Kim's enchantment with the wood lathe emerged, along with the sculptural shapes it encourages.

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