Collection by Casey Lurie

Stick Table


Stick Table evolved out of experiments with traditional Japanese joinery. A unique locking tenon joint was developed, which allows three pieces of wood to be joined at 120 degree angles. The joint is repeated throughout the table resulting in a symmetrical branching form which supports a 1/2” piece of hardened glass. Stick Table was first exhibited during Tokyo Designers Block in 2003, and remains one of our most popular designs.

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