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Dining tables


by Studio Roderick Vos

Mario Puzo’s novel may have been based on the short and violent life of a true Sicilian ‘don’, Roderick Vos’ ‘The Sicilian’ is much more user-friendly. Robust? Yes. Striking? Certainly. But most of all this is a table to gather around, with different sizes accommodating any family, Italian or otherwise. This table will definitely become an heirloom of the future.

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Solid oak
Powder-coated steel (dark brown, textured, with shimmering epoxy speckles).
Hand made in The Netherlands.


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Natural (treated with linseed oil), or stained anthracite or ebony brown(protected by a matt varnish).

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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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