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Coffee tables / side tables


by Studio Roderick Vos

‘IWA’ is Japanese for ‘stone’ and designer Roderick Vos always thinks of Fred Flintstone when he sees his ‘IWA’ coffee table, with Barney Rubble sitting at the ‘IWA’ dining table. These tables share a certain vernacular, but each with their own signature. The coffee table is a miracle of innovative use of materials, with humble plywood stacked and milled in waves, creating an exciting flame-like pattern. The dining table is how a child would draw a table – simple and pure. But the two bases can be placed in different positions and can even be turned upside down: you are designing your own table!

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Ply wood(CNC milled) with ash veneer top.
Hand made in The Netherlands


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Anthracite, Dark Ebony.

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Studio Roderick Vos

Roderick Vos, (Groningen, The Netherlands, 1965) started his studies in Industrial Design at Design Academy Eindhoven in 1984. In 1987, working as a trainee, he moved to Japan for 6 months. Being partly Asian himself, this particular period evidently had a large impact on his personal interest in Asian Culture and its works.

Together with his partner Claire Vos, he graduated in 1990 from the Design Academy and moved to Indonesia, Surabaya to develop their knowledge of rattan furniture and textile production. In 1999 they officially started their design office ‘Studio Roderick Vos’, now based in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Several of their works were acquired by prestigious museums, such as Stedelijk Amsterdam and Museum of Arts & Design New York.

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