„Hole“ von Kensaku Oshiro für Kristalia
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Born 1977 on the island of Okinawa, Kensaku Oshiro studied Design at Milan Polytechnic University. As regards his table for Kristalia the name says it all: the arresting feature of “Hole” is the unusual base that consists as it were of a large, gently sculpted oval hole. This highly striking base lends the table a certain Asian austerity and composure.
It is made of sheet metal in a special process involving numerous steps of die-casting and bending. On the iconic “Hole” rests a table top made either of laminate or solid wood. A table with a strong personality that automatically catches the eye. (tw)