Dining table

George Nakashima tribute table

Here is a George Nakashima tribute dining table made by Satoshi Yamauchi. It is made entirely out of walnut wood. Its size is W 36″ x L 90″ x H 30″ and it was carefully designed as a table that can seat up to 8 people comfortably. The walnut wood was stained to a darker finish, giving it a charcoal color. This table combines both shaker style and Japanese aesthetics in one design. George Nakashima…

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Earpod dining table & a matching bench

Here is a nature inspired 10 seater dining table made of earpod slabs grown in Honolulu, Hawaii. These EarPods slabs came from the grounds of State Capital so there is a historical aspect to these particular furniture pieces. The legs are made of flat metal bar, coated in matte black. The matching bench is also created from the very same tree to allow for consistent color and texture throughout the dining set. Size: W 43″ L…

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Curly maple and koa dining table

Here is a dining table that was built in collaboration with our intern, George Nakamoto. It is made of curly maple with koa accents. The table features various curves including its table base, horizontal support and the top outline. It has been finished with semi gloss lacquer for that extra sheen this table deserves. All handmade in Honolulu, Hawaii. Thank you George for being a part of our internship program!  

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Stainless steel and wood table

This dining set was a collaboration of ultra-modern Italian design and Hawaiian nature. The slab top has been sourced locally in the North Shore of Oahu. The metal bases are made of brushed stainless steel. Bench seats have been upholstered with genuine Italian leather. The complete set has been made here in Honolulu, Hawaii. The table measures L 98″ W38″ H 30″.     Two monkey pod coffee tables have also been made as part of…

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Pedestal table

Here’s an example of our pedestal table made of curly walnut wood. It was designed for a nook. This nook table features a cross pedestal base and a magnificent top with a detailed skirt board all around. This particular walnut is called Claro walnut, which was brought into Hawaii especially for this project. This pedestal table features a book matched top, perfect for an exquisite home.

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