Hawaii

Live edge monkeypod slab desk

This is our latest live edge monkeypod slab desk. We decided to go with stainless hairpin legs to allow the monkeypod slab to be main character of this furniture. The three legged stainless legs make this a unique piece of office and study desk. The monkeypod was reclaimed over in the north shore of Oahu in the state of Hawaii. Handcrafted carefully by Satoshi Yamauchi. We hope that this handcrafted desk allows its new owner…

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Koa slab and resin coffee table

This koa slab coffee table was matched with a glass-like resin leg to give it a unique design. The big island koa slab measures nearly 4 feet at its widest point and 72″ long. One end of the coffee table is a waterfall leg showing off its continuous wood grain and the other end of the coffee table is a grey transparent casted resin leg. All handmade by maker, Satoshi Yamauchi in Honolulu.  

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Koa slab table

We made a couple of koa slab table tops to be used as desks. These will be shipped from Hawaii over to Oregon. These twin koa slabs are from the Big Island and showcase beautiful grain. The stress curls are truly amazing, starting right around where the trunk branches off. The voids of this table top was resin filled to provide a smooth surface making it suitable as a desk. The surfaces have been coated…

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Koa slab entry table

This koa slab entry table is Satoshi’s latest creation. The table was designed to have a shrine-esque feel. Made of koa and monkeypod wood, both Hawaii-grown. Live edges being on the sides, makes this entry table truly unique. Inspired by Japanese joinery, we hope this table adds class to a Hawaiiana home.  

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Walnut dining table

This mid century modern walnut dining table seats up to 8 people. The legs were prototyped after a number of trial and errors. Made of all solid black American walnut wood. Clear lacquer coated for durability. The legs are attached to the edge of the table, almost flush, giving it a modern touch. This walnut dining table was built by Satoshi Yamauchi in Honolulu, Hawaii.

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