Design by Marc Krusin, 2012.
In keeping with the simple linear forms of the Krusin Chair series, the new Krusin Occasional Tables serve up clean, graceful lines in a range of finishes and table top options. The Krusin Coffee Tables are constructed of angular framing in select American and European hard woods, featuring dowel and mortise & tenon joinery. The cross-base footing provides a dimensional, shadowing effect at the bottom of the table frame. A choice of Clear Glass or White Laminate table tops are offered as simple materials to complement a variety of rich wood frame finishes. Select from 10-inch or 15-inch table heights with 15 base finishes and a Clear Glass or White Laminate table top.
Also offered with Marble Table Top options.
Material(s): Hardwood frame, glass or MDF core laminate
MK14-118 MK15-118 MK14-G2 MK15-G2
Designer: Marc Krusin
Marc Krusin is a veteran of the Milan-based group Codice 31, which he founded in 1998 with five other designers. He now directs the design team of the prestigious Milanese design firm, Piero Lissoni, overseeing projects for international clients such as Alessi, Kartell, Flos, Thonet, and Wella. Much of Krusin's own work is done through Klay, a firm he opened in 2004, specializing in "objects of natural materials influenced by world cultures." Cross-cultural influences run throughout his practice.
Krusin has designed for Fontana Arte, Pallucco, Saporiti, Bosa ceramiche, Merten, Omnidecor, Glas Italia, and the Spanish furniture firm, Viccarbe. Recently honored in the 2008 "Europe 40 Under 40", Krusin was described as one of the "next generation of innovative architects and designers who will impact future living and working environments, cities, and rural areas."View other products by Marc Krusin
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