Deka’s latest series focuses on natural resources and sustainability. Each piece differs slightly materials depending on the raw material selected.
December 16th, 2011
Lasse Kinnunen, Helena Kinnunen and Nora Kinnunen for Deka Design
Lasse Kinnunen for Deka Design
The Banjo Table Series is a new addition to Deka Design’s Origins furniture collection. By combining a simple design aesthetic with locally sourced solid timber planks and local craftsmanship, the table series follows the collection’s philosophy of directing design towards an environmentally sustainable and cultural relevant built environment. Each piece in the series, which includes a dining table, coffee table and console, is unique as its size and form depend on the raw. They are suitable for residential and commercial interiors.
Locally sourced solid timber planks (such as Camphor Laurel pictured) is used for top. Legs either in solid timber sourced from sustainably managed forests, or tubular stainless steel.
Deka Design Pty Ltd
tel: 07 3396 5850
Unit 1, 23 Mungala Street, Wynnum Qld 4178
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