Utterly contemporary, yet exquisitely traditional, the Dabacali table is an instant conversation piece created by Maison Intègre. The brain-child of French entrepreneur Ambre Jarno, Maison Intègre revisits the ancestral know-how of African bronze-casting by bringing together contemporary artists & designers with local artisans.
Dabacali is a word in nouchi, a form of slang that appeared in Côte d’Ivoire in the 1980s and is spoken in West Africa. It means to share an abundant meal with friends in a festive atmosphere. The shape of the Dabacali table draws from the many water towers found in Ouagadougou: a reminder that water resources are a major issue for Burkina Faso.
Designed by François Champsaur, this stunning piece in rough bronze is handmade by skilled craftsmen. The material is from recycled metals, as eco-responsibility is at the core of Maison Intègre’s philosophy.
Available in two sizes, the Dabacali table brings a strong, sculptural accent to the décor, towering over the room in its mirror-polished finish. Elegant and timeless, it’s the perfect addition to a collection of contemporary pieces.
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