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Item No. 100381581

Hew Terrazzo Table, Shape E

$1,845.00
4 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100381581

Hew Terrazzo Table, Shape E

$1,845.00

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  • Beautifully made of high-quality terrazzo.
  • Pieces of colored concrete create a random yet balanced pattern.
  • Each table is one of a kind.
  • 19½" H 16" DIA
Detailed Dimensions

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Designed by Pat Kim for Design Within Reach
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Hew Terrazzo Table, Shape E
$1,845.00
Details

Details

Pat Kim's Hew Table in wood has been a bestseller since its launch in 2018, and now this DWR exclusive collection is available in terrazzo. Because of the quality of the material and the large number of colored concrete chips, the patterns are random and yet beautifully balanced. This durable, heavy table is made of terrazzo all the way through, not just on the top layer. Not for outdoor use. Made in India.
  • Beautifully made of high-quality terrazzo.
  • Pieces of colored concrete create a random yet balanced pattern.
  • Each table is one of a kind.
  • Available in three unique shapes.
  • Please note: Not suitable for outdoor use.
Brand
Design Within Reach
Collection
Hew Table Collection
General Dimensions
  • 19½" H 16" DIA
Product Weight
90.5 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Shape C

  • Height (in): 16½
  • Diameter (in): 12
  • Weight (lbs): 77.75

Shape D

  • Height (in): 17
  • Width (in): 14
  • Depth (in): 12
  • Weight (lbs): 106

Shape E

  • Height (in): 19½
  • Diameter (in): 16
  • Weight (lbs): 90.5
  • Terrazzo

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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