A 1 3/8″-thick Hokkaido oak-top board and a columnar leg that firmly supports it in the center. It’s a reliable table that you can see. The roundness of the leg tip, which is the point of the design, also has the effect that it is difficult to hit the toe when sitting. The design is easy to match with various chairs, and the top and legs can be painted in different colors. Combined with the flexibility of the round table, it can be widely applied to contracts in addition to home use.
After 10 years working as a product designer for a major electronics manufacturer, Jin Kuramoto established JINKURAMOTO STUDIO in Tokyo. He is skilled at expressing the concept and story of a product in its design. He has an expansive work history in a wide variety of project fields, such as electronics, eyewear, and cars, both domestically and internationally. With a design style that is always experimental, Kuramoto prefers getting to know the materials he works with through physical touch until ideas are fully shaped in his mind. He also goes through much trial and error until they are fully realized.