Sekkai Table by Kim Haagen
Updated: Jan 28
Inspired by Japanese origami techniques, the Sekkai Table originates from a square sheet of steel that is cut, perforated and then carefully folded by hand into its final form. During this process there is no material discarded, the whole sheet is used, creating a minimum of waist and making the maximum use of the material given. Because of the way it is folded, Sekkai Table is its own construction and therefore simple and complex at the same time. It's elegant but robust and minimal but playful. This particular version of the Sekkai Table is hand polished until it's slightly reflective, which adds to its exclusive appearance. The reflective facets create a subtle connection between the table and its surroundings, echoing its colours, light and movement.