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Designer Thomas Trad

Low marble table

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Description

Inspired by Japanese low tables or Chabudai, Chabudai are used for various purposes, such as a study tables, work benches, or dinner tables. This table is 30 cm off the ground, and made of solid Marble. The Marble is carefully selected and inspected for imperfections before cutting it to the correct dimensions and shape, The legs are also cut and then joined with metal rod to the top. This low table is made of two different marble, Arabescato marble for the top part and guatemala marble for the legs.

Open Edition
Full dimensions (cm)

90x90x40

Weight (kg)

60

Material

Production Year

2018

Color

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Design destination: Beirut
Designer: Thomas Trad Categories: ,

Additional information

Full dimensions (cm)

90x90x40

Weight (kg)

60

Material

Production Year

2018

Color

,

The designer

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Thomas Trad
THOMAS TRAD IS A PRODUCT DESIGNER FROM BEIRUT. AN ALUMNUS OF LONDON’S PRESTIGIOUS CENTRAL SAINT MARTINS, HE WORKED WITH WORLD RENOWNED STUDIOS FREDRIKSON STALLARD AND MICHAEL ANASTASSIADES BEFORE RETURNING TO BEIRUT IN 2016 TO LAUNCH HIS OWN DESIGN STUDIO. HIS DESIGN AESTHETICS COMES FROM A FASCINATION OF MANUFACTURING PROCESSES, CRAFTSMANSHIP AND THE BEAUTY OF MATERIALS.
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Ghassan Salameh
Ghassan Salameh is the Adorno curator of design destination Beirut. Low marble table by Thomas Trad is carefully selected as a piece that reflects the local design scene of Beirut. As a local and recognized design expert Ghassan Salameh's curation is a quality assurance that buying from Thomas Trad is a safe investment in the most important design from Beirut right now.

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Beirut