Ariake – Lantern tables – Zoë Mowat – LES VRAIS

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Lantern coffee table and side table were designed by Zoë Mowat and produced by Ariake. The geometrical shapes around the strong base result in a space conscious pair of tables.

The Japanese culture is present in the finishes, as well as the design inspiration.

Handcrafted in Morodomi, Japan

Materials Oak

Available finishes see below

Dimensions side table: 14 (w)  x  14 (d)  x  17 3/4 (h) inches I 36 (w) x 36 (d) x 45 (h) cm

coffee table: 23 1/2 (w)  x  23 1/2 (d)  x  14 (h) inches I 60 (w) x 60 (d) x 36 (h) cm

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Description

Ariake – Lantern tables – LES VRAIS

The Lantern tables join the furniture collection of Ariake.  Zoë Mowat has designed a table that is as practical as it is beautiful with variable finishes,

for the base and the the structure on top .

Side Table - Ariake - Les Vrais
Side Table – Ariake – Les Vrais
Coffee table - Ariake - Les Vrais
Coffee Table – Ariake – Les Vrais

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Both the side table and the coffee table will adapt to your room thanks to the perfect balance of abstraction and functionality.

Indeed, the form began as an obsessive series of abstract geometric designs, before evolving into space-conscious furniture.

Yet, the Japanese inspiration has always remained.

Side table in a corner - Ariake - Les Vrais

 

These pieces are solid, even with their delicate graphic lines. The Japanese inspiration is obvious and

The empty spaces are also designed for storage.

You see, nothing is left to chance, because in these empty spaces you can store your books or magazines.

side table by Zoë Mowat

 

 

zoe mowat
Zoë Mowat

Designer:

Zoë Mowat is a designer based in Montreal, Canada.

She established her eponymous studio in 2010 with a focus on thoughtful and material driven furniture and product design.

Zoë’s approach is a sculptural and intuitive exploration of color, material, and form, that is counterbalanced by a desire to create functional objects that respond to our lived experience.

 




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