Mesa

Motomi Kawakami

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Table with top in solid wood with glued slats and rounded edges, paired with base with geometric, rigorous lines that is expressed through powerful legs with a T-shaped cross section.

Finishing: based on oil/natural wax of plant origin, with pine extracts.

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Motomi Kawakami

Designer

1940 Born in Hyogo prefecture, Japan

1966 Completed the Master degree in the Faculity of Design Tokyo National University of the Arts

1966-69  Collaborated with Studio Angelo Mangiarotti in Milan

1971 Opened Kawakami Design Office in Tokyo

 

Design work specializing in product, interior, space and environmental design.

Visiting professor at Tokyo National University of Arts, Kanazawa College of Art, Tama Art University, Kobe Design University.

Chairman of Japan Institute of Design Promotion.                

 

URL: www.motomi-kawakami.jp  

 

 

 

Table_MESA 

「Legs supporting table deck of solid wood.

It is a sharp composed of 8t mm iron plate processed into a T-shaped cross section, 

well-balanced shaped legs are as powerful as bridge piers supporting a huge large span bridge.

Also it does not interfere with chairs and people surrounding the table.」

materials

Wood and finishes
“TOTAL BLACK” PIGMENTED OAK WITH KNOTS
MYSTIC BLACK” OAK WITH KNOTS
Vulcano Oak
Whitened Oak with knots wax
Ash grey pigmented oak with knots
White milk pigmented oak with knots
Oak with knots
Vintage oak with knots
Oak
Walnut
Walnut with knots
Cedar Vulcano
Metal and finishes
Titanium, matt brushed effect
Aged Copper, matt brushed effect
Aged bronze, matt brushed effect
Stainless steel, matt brushed effect
RAL 3020 Traffic red
RAL 9005 Jet black
RAL 8019 Grey brown
RAL 7037 Dusty grey
RAL 7035 Light grey
RAL 9016 Traffic white
RAL 9010 Pure white
RAL 1013 Oyster white
RAL 9002 Grey white
RAL 9001 Cream white
iron "Irondust" Lacquered

data sheet

Natural Living

Each purchaser that buys a Riva 1920 product will receive as a gift a small plant, upon request, to return the favour to nature that originally produced the wood used for the production of the piece of furniture purchased.

 

Picture is for presentation purposes only, therefore it could be not perfectly representative.
Packaging in wooden crate has been replaced with packaging in recycled carton for a lower impact on the environment.

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