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Discipline: Product

Discipline: Product

In ancient Japan TAKUSHI meant “table”. However TAKUSHI is not merely a table. The table top almost appears to float to some degree. It is especially the legs that create this impression; they are not attached to the corners but, curved and angled in slightly, reach under the table top. The shape of the legs is a new development, with the legs available in solid oak and, shaped like a half-pipe, in moulded plywood. TAKUSHI is suitable for use in homes, in conference areas, and as a work and office table.

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Röthlisberger Kollektion
Gümligen, Switzerland

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Gavin Harris

Gavin Harris
Sydney, Australia

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