The Kubo table is a continuation of the geometric designs initiated with the Hikari lamps. Using the polyhedral shape, a leitmotif in Fenhann’s vocabulary, allows the designer to pursue his quest for extremely thin and graceful proportions, while maintaining a strong, functional structure. The Kubo table occupies the space around it like a sculpture but is also perfectly functional. Multiple tables may be combined in various ways to form bigger structures, or they can be used separately as individual side tables.
Exhibited at “Branching out”, Designmuseum Danmark, Copenhagen, 2007; “Made in Denmark”, 100% Design fair, London, 2007; “Second Nature”, Round Tower, Copenhagen, 2009; “Craft Collection CC14”, Maison & Objet, Paris, 2010; Danish Contemporary Design 1997- 2009, Galerie Maria Wettergren, 2010; AD Interieurs (Pierre Yovanovitch), Musee des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, 2014; “Japanometry”, Galerie Maria Wettergren, Paris, 2015; Design Without Borders, New Budapest Gallery, Budapest, 2017; PAD Paris/London; Design Miami/Basel; Art Genève; The Salon, Art + Design, New York; Chart Art Fair, Copenhagen.
Walnut and glass top
Limited edition by Galerie Maria Wettergren
Otto Busses Vej 31, Bygn. OBV100 2450 Copenhagen Denmark