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The BassamFellows Kant Table was originally designed as a private commission for a home in New Canaan, CT. The client desired a substantial, modern looking table that would hold its own within an oversized dining room.
Due to the table’s ambitious dimensions – the first version measured 13 feet by 4 feet - the challenge was to create an elegant, visually light base that would provide structural support for a solid wood top. Borrowing from architectural principles, the resulting tabletop is supported by twin beams and angled legs bound by a V-shaped truss support.
Marrying the elegant with the formidable, the Kant Table offers great versatility. The first piece designated for a commercial setting was selected for Starbucks’ new Seattle Reserve Roastery, where 12 Mantis Chairs accompany it in the luxurious library and tasting room. Despite its heft and durability, the table possesses myriad details that make it a joy to experience. Among them are a half bullnose gently rolled edge that contrasts the sharpness of other elements of the table, and softened corners that are touch-friendly and aesthetically engaging.
Product ID: 1081190
This product can be further customised, please enquire for more information.
This product is covered by a 2-year conditional warranty.
This is a Living On product. Its freight emissions have been offset.
Australian-born Craig Bassam is an architect, an interior designer, a furniture designer, and a product designer.
The title creative director fits Scott Fellows perfectly. He is that rare individual who combines expertise in business and brand strategy, a keen eye for design and product, and a penchant for communication. Fellows has created strategic visions and led product development for some of the world’s best brands.