Sleek Bamboo Parsons Table

Kagu Studio's Parsons table one exploration of the design challenge that Jean-Michel Frank posed to his students in the 1930's. It is in fact "...a table so basic that it would retain its integrity whether sheathed in gold leaf, mica, parchment, split straw or painted burlap, or even left robustly unvarnished…" It is simple and versatile in form and size. Its clean, planar surfaces are all about the materials it is composed of, in this case a sustainable material that defies its greenness.


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