The Kai Table was originally designed for Progressive Architecture's annual furniture competition in collaboration with Seattle designer, Larry Rouch. We were both interested in producing a piece that addressed the issue of a new aesthetic base by incorporating with wood the alternative, "nontraditional" materials anodized aluminum and terrazzo. The table was featured on the cover of "Northwest Furniture: Today" sponsored by the Boise Gallery of Art in 1985.
Dimensions: 29" tall, 72" wide, and 36" deep.
Made in Milton, WI
By Van Horn Design
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