The Koku table is a sculptural combination of solid oak and thin metal tubes that plays with balance and proportions. Designed with Norm Architects.Inspired by the works of revered American-Japanese craftsman, architect and designer George Nakashima, the Koku occasional table sets the scene for surface arrangements at home or in the workplace. This long, oval design sits low to the ground, suiting use as a coffee table or book display. Lightweight yet sturdy, it is easy to move around.
Established in 2008, Norm Architects are on a mission to make city living better: one product at a time. The multidisciplinary Danish studio, founded by architects Kasper Rønn and Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen, focuses on residential architecture, commercial interiors and product design.