According to Koyori, the piece's subtle curves at the top of the table legs and in the tabletop were intended to blend the parts together seamlessly.
"To connect the tabletop and legs seamlessly, each part requires precise cutting and high-precision joining technology," said Koyori.
The table was made without a beam between the legs, creating more room for users to sit and chairs to be placed.
"Less wood volume makes a lighter table," said Koyori. "It is also a knock-down structure without the need for any fixing tools, which makes the table easy to assemble and transport."
It forms part of the brand's Miau furniture collection and complements the Miau wooden armchair.
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