A floating aesthetic with fine construction blend together in Japhy, the well rounded table. Designed by Australian designer Nick Garnham.
October 21st, 2009
From the trestle tables of old comes Jardan’s contemporary interpretation, the Japhy table range. Longevity, honesty and clever design cues are what this table is about.
With strong clear lines and a hint of playfulness on his mind, designer Nick Garnham’s approach to this design is reflected in the light, floating table top and a tapering, angled leg grounding the table giving the table a strong yet fine stance.
Japhy also comes in the flavour of your choice with seven finishes including the new water – based natural finish for those environmentally inclined.
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