The Funquetry C Occasional Tables designed by Nada Debs are handcrafted using a combination of marquetry and natural solid wood. The Funquetry collection is composed by a brand new series of furnitures that explore a playful, contemporary interpretation of the traditional handcraft technique of marquetry, all made in Lebanon. Strips of different coloured wood are inlaid to produce what’s known as a “mother”. In some pieces these are then sliced and shifted to create a break in the geometric pattern. In others, they are applied to what Nada calls pleated wood: a triangulated cut into the solid wood. Our perception of these pieces changes as we move around them.

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Nada Debs

£954
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Occasional table in french oak with a combination of marquetry
Natural finish
Marquetry available in red, blue, green and white

W 25 x D 40 x H 53 cm
W 9.8″ x D 15.7″ x H 20.9″

Handmade in Lebanon
Production lead time: 10 – 12 weeks

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The Funquetry C Occasional Tables designed by Nada Debs are handcrafted using a combination of marquetry and natural solid wood. The Funquetry collection is composed by a brand new series of furnitures that explore a playful, contemporary interpretation of the traditional handcraft technique of marquetry, all made in Lebanon. Strips of different coloured wood are inlaid to produce what’s known as a “mother”. In some pieces these are then sliced and shifted to create a break in the geometric pattern. In others, they are applied to what Nada calls pleated wood: a triangulated cut into the solid wood. Our perception of these pieces changes as we move around them.

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Funquetry C Occasional Table
Nada Debs
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