Their positioning can be arranged according to the mood, allowing users to subtly change the table’s character and sense of volume.
The fins are finished in timber veneer to match the tabletop. But underneath, they are made of structural foam moulded around a steel spine so they are lightweight enough to easily move around.
The Issho table is named after the Japanese word for “together”, in reference to both the structure and the social function of the piece.
It comes in several sizes, starting from a table with three fins that can seat six to eight people and going up to a six-fin version for ten.
Both circular and rectangular tabletops are available and, in a first for King, there is also the option to have a built-in Lazy Susan. The accessory sits flush with the tabletop and has a concealed self-cleaning channel.
Issho’s natural timber tabletop comes in either Congo, Smoked Oak or American Walnut wood. Alternatively, it can also be ordered in Nero Marquina marble.
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