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Sengu table by Patricia Urquiola for Cassina


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A photograph of the Sengu Table

Dezeen Showroom: mismatched legs in wood and marble characterise the Sengu table, created by Patricia Urquiola for furniture brand Cassina in a nod to the mix of materials traditionally found in Japanese shrines.

The Sengu table is propped up by a marble column as well as an oblong and a cylindrical wooden leg connected by horizontal crosspieces.

A photograph of the Sengu Table
The table incorporates the wood and marble traditionally found in Japanese shrines

The design is available with a round or oval top, which can be finished in five different marbles as well as American walnut and natural or black-stained oak.

The dining table can also be equipped with a ceramic Lazy Susan for serving food.

A photograph of the Sengu Table
The design is characterised by its mismatched legs

“This revolving top is another important reference to the traditions of the orient,” said Cassina.

“The Sengu table is an almost monumental piece of furniture that celebrates conviviality through poetic dialogue, placing an accent on the union of different materials that together express great visual tactility.”

Product: Sengu table
Patricia Urquiola

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