Oku round dining table, designed by Kristian Sofus Hansen and Nicolaj Nøddesbo for Norr11
Oku is an interpretation of the Japanese word for oak 'Ōku'. Oku refers to the essence of design: oak. "Through experiments with balancing lightness and heaviness, making it paper-thin when viewed from one angle and solid from others, we have emphasized the material in a simple design."
The Oku table top is oak veneer with round edges, which adds a refined detail to the large surface. The legs of the turned oak wood sections are sporadically placed to create the illusion of a floating table, while adding a sculptural detail to the table.
Material: Solid oak legs, Top in plywood and oak veneer.
Measurements: Diameter of 120cm - Height of 74cm