Designer Victoria Magniant and cabinetmaker Thomas Lebecel bring their worlds together with the KI coffee table. The three modules that make up this coffee table form a cloverleaf that floats in space, creating an impression of weightlessness. With flowing geometric shapes and clean lines, each element can be used individually. The burnt wood used for this piece lends it an aesthetic both raw and refined. The traditional Japanese technique of Yakisugi is used to lightly char the surface of the wood, creating an intriguing texture and deep, dark shades of color. This finish “fossilises” the wood’s natural grains, giving the table an almost mineral appearance. Symbolising a precious, infinite gesture, this piece of furniture is an invitation to a poetic pause in space.

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Victoria Magniant

ki coffee table

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Limited edition of 8 pieces and 4 artist’s proof
Coffee table in burnt ash using the ancestral Yakisugi process
Also available in solid walnut and solid oak
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Bespoke dimensions upon request

Ø 155 x H 45 cm
Ø 61″ x 17.7″

W 155 x D 155 x H 45 cm
W 61″ x D 61″ x H 17.7″
Handmade in France
Production lead time: 16 weeks
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Designer Victoria Magniant and cabinetmaker Thomas Lebecel bring their worlds together with the KI coffee table. The three modules that make up this coffee table form a cloverleaf that floats in space, creating an impression of weightlessness. With flowing geometric shapes and clean lines, each element can be used individually. The burnt wood used for this piece lends it an aesthetic both raw and refined. The traditional Japanese technique of Yakisugi is used to lightly char the surface of the wood, creating an intriguing texture and deep, dark shades of color. This finish “fossilises” the wood’s natural grains, giving the table an almost mineral appearance. Symbolising a precious, infinite gesture, this piece of furniture is an invitation to a poetic pause in space.

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Ki Coffee Table
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Ki Coffee Table

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