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July 25, 2018

Sharing a meal with friends and family is part of creating memorable moments. This week we bring you five designs meant to make your dining room stand out. Beautifully crafted pieces with unique aesthetics, designs that make a statement while bringing people together. 
ZENSO
Formstelle, 2018
Designed by duo Formstelle, the Zenso family of chairs was influenced by the shapes and motifs present in Japanese calligraphy. Exuding an air of elegance and simplicity, this chair introduces a modern and comfortable seating option, easily integrated to any dining room. Made in solid wood, Zenso is also available as a lounge chair and a bar stool.
MOON DINING TABLE
Space Copenhagen, 2015
Originally created for a hospitality project in Denmark, the Moon collection is characterized by its half or full moon base. With reference to traditional Danish carpentry, this solid oak table with a bevelled surface has a unique look that embodies the ideal blend of design and craftsmanship. Suitable for commercial and residential environments alike.
BICORN SIDE CHAIR
Craig Bassam and Scott Fellows, 2018
The product of an exciting collaboration with Isay Weinfeld, the Bicorn is a light chair with multiple elements. Made from high quality, distinctive materials, this piece by BassamFellows is beautiful and functional. This simple and refined design is more than just a dining chair, available in outdoor materials to suit your needs, the Bicorn Side Chair also stacks for your convenience.
PP75 DINING TABLE
Hans J. Wegner 1982
This solid wood dining table by Hans J. Wegner is a constructional masterpiece. Combining functionality with aesthetics, the PP75 was designed for ultimate comfort and versatility. The union of the table legs at the center of of this piece, allows for more legroom, and the possibility of extension in the table top makes it adaptable for a variety of spaces – the ultimate dining table.
COCO CHAIR
OeO Studio, 2016
Part of the Coco Collection, this namesake chair features an industrial simplicity with a nod to the Bauhaus movement. Adopting a minimalist approach to materials and crafting tools, the Coco’s curvy and playful aesthetic is elegant and simple, yet filled with character.
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