• Malta steel table low, 2015, Naoto fukasawa, Maruni
  • Malta steel table low, 2015, Naoto fukasawa, Maruni
  • Malta steel table low, 2015, Naoto fukasawa, Maruni
  • Malta steel table low, 2015, Naoto fukasawa, Maruni
  • Malta steel table low, 2015, Naoto fukasawa, Maruni

Malta steel table low, 2015

Malta steel leg table low by Naoto Fukasawa for Maruni.

The Malta steel leg table represents the first use of steel in the Maruni collection. A minimal steel frame with simple pillar legs provides an elegant counterpoint to the Malta pure wood tabletop.

The streamlined and minimal design of the Malta table is easily paired with a variety of different chairs. A choice of five sizes and solid oak or walnut tabletop ensures this table can be incorporated within a wide range of interior spaces.

Available in two different heights, 70cm (low) and 72cm (high).

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Malta steel leg table low by Naoto Fukasawa for Maruni.

The Malta steel leg table represents the first use of steel in the Maruni collection. A minimal steel frame with simple pillar legs provides an elegant counterpoint to the Malta pure wood tabletop.

The streamlined and minimal design of the Malta table is easily paired with a variety of different chairs. A choice of five sizes and solid oak or walnut tabletop ensures this table can be incorporated within a wide range of interior spaces.

Available in two different heights, 70cm (low) and 72cm (high).

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180w x 90x 70cmh
200w x 90d x 70cmh
220w x 95d x 70cmh
240 x 105d x 70cmh
320 x 115d x 70cmh
Table can be custom-made to 10cm increments in width, from 180cm to 320cm, and 5cm increments in depth, from 85cm to 115cm.
Please enquire for details.

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Oak model available in a clear urethane or whitish urethane finish.
Walnut model available in clear and light brown urethane finish.
See the downloadable specification sheet for samples of wood finishes.

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Founded in 1928, Maruni developed a technique of bentwood working that was considered extremely difficult at the time.

Founded in 1928, Maruni developed a technique of bentwood working that was considered extremely difficult at the time.

The name of the company was changed to Maruni Wood Industry, Inc. in 1933, after which the company set about achieving the industrial application of crafts skills in distinction to traditional Japanese methods of furniture production, which had remained until then firmly rooted in the field of the handicrafts.

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