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The geometric form of the Kursaal coffee table is simple, clean, subtle and refined. The gentle lean of the table captures a sense of movement th… Read More
The geometric form of the Kursaal coffee table is simple, clean, subtle and refined. The gentle lean of the table captures a sense of movement through its proud watchful stance. The design for the table was conceived on the beach in San Sebastian Spain, inspired by the Kursaal Palace. The Kursaal table is constructed from Tasmanian Oak and is an exploration of tradition woodworking techniques. Read Less
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Kursaal Table
Concept : Nicholas Kelly
Design : Nicholas Kelly
Built : Nicholas Kelly
Photography : Shane Talbot

Exhibited: The Edge 2012 (Sydney)

The geometric form of the Kursaal coffee table is simple, clean, subtle and refined. The gentle lean of the table captures a sense of movement through its proud watchful stance. The design for the table was conceived on the beach in San Sebastian Spain, inspired by the Kursaal Palace.

The Kursaal table is constructed from Tasmanian Oak and is an exploration of tradition woodworking techniques.