Dezeen Showroom: The Nei dining table, created by design duo and brothers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, embodies simplicity and is crafted from solid oak. The table is a collaboration with Japanese furniture brand Koyori.
The Nei table is available in various sizes and comprises three solid oak components: the tabletop, legs, and top support.
The table’s design showcases clean lines and rounded edges achieved through precise cutting and high-precision joining techniques, as described by Koyori.
The furniture brand explains, “When viewed from above, the space between the tabletop and legs forms a parallel curve.”
The Nei table was designed by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Koyori.
The legs taper from top to bottom and feature a grainy pattern achieved through wood shaving. They provide sturdy support for the tabletop while maintaining an elegant shape.
Koyori adds, “Nei inherits Ronan’s concept of beautifully joining chiseled parts, as seen in the Musubi Armchair and Shaku Chair, both solid wood creations by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec.”
With its natural appearance and well-proportioned design, the Nei table is poised to become a versatile flagship product for the Koyori brand.
Designer: Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
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