Elisa Honkanen. The name Shirudo comes from the Japanese word for shield – a shape that was the source of inspiration for this table.

The aim was to reveal the soft side of metal, while the gentle curve of the legs releases the playfulness of the material as it starts to interact with its surroundings. The exposed joints of this coffee table show the high level of craftsmanship, and the table itself will enlighten its surroundings without losing any of its own charm.

Stainless steel with pink gold finish
Stainless steel with matt cloudy bronze finish
Matt nickel plated stainless steel
Stainless steel with burnished iron finish
RAL 9005 black varnished iron structure

Ø 60 x 40 H cm
Ø 90 x 28 H cm

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