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Koba Table

Koba Table

Manufacturer: Zanat

Designed by Jean-Marie Massaud for Zanat, the Koba Coffee table features a soft, sculptural form.

Koba Table

Manufacturer: Zanat

Designed by Jean-Marie Massaud for Zanat, the Koba Coffee table features a soft, sculptural form.

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Starting at £1,681.00 inc VAT


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Koba is a set of contemporary side tables by Jean-Marie Massaud for Zanat.

Employing traditional Bosnian wood carving techniques, the result is a sculptural wooden base that passes through the bowl-like glass top. The table top is made of mouth-blown glass by skilled craftsmen from Poshinger, a 450-year-old glass blowing family business from Germany. The smooth lines and soft contours make the Koba coffee table a stylish and versatile addition to living or commercial spaces.

The central wooden top features an oval opening in the middle, allowing the table to be easily carried. The wooden top can also be unscrewed, enabling the glass to be shipped separately and replaced if required.

Comes in Maple Black. Available in two sizes.

  • Low: Dia.51 x H.45 cm.
  • High: Dia.48 x H.55 cm.
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Zanat lead by example when it comes to sustainability, including the preservation and use of Konjic woodcarving, a UNESCO protected craft technique

Bosnia based Zanat believe in the power of design to impact local communities. For instance, launching a woodcarving academy in partnership with educational institutions. Zanat are also invested in serving as a marketing and knowledge-transfer platform for smaller craftspeople and producers within their community. Their Konjic woodcarving made it onto the UNESCO Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. It is testament to their investment in protecting local community design traditions.

The company work with international designers such as Ilse Crawford (Studioilse), Monica Forster and Jean Marie Massaud to create products that bring the beauty of their unique woodcarving techniques to life. ..

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