Kartell Ami Ami Table
  • Kartell Ami Ami Table
  • Kartell Ami Ami Table
  • Kartell Ami Ami Table
  • Kartell Ami Ami Table
  • Kartell Ami Ami Table
  • Kartell Ami Ami Table

Kartell Ami Ami Table

Availability if not in stock 2 to 3 weeks.
Color: *
  • Glossy black
  • Clear / aluminium frame
  • Fume / black
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Kartell  Ami Ami Table by Tokujin Yoshioka, Inspired by the play of warp and weft in woven fabric, Tokujin Yoshioka wanted to use this stylistic symbol typical of his culture, weaving, and thus recreated it in the Ami Ami chair and table whose name in Japanese literally means “weave”.

  • The simple squared off lines contrast with the rich texture of the weaving reproduced on the inner and outer surfaces through a complex industrial process recreating the motif with a single mold.
  • Ami Ami combines the appeal of oriental culture with the use of innovative materials like polycarbonate and comes in two transparent clear and smoked versions and three matte versions of white, red and black.
  • The Ami Ami seat matches the table with a square polycarbonate top measuring 70x70 covered by the weaving motif and painted aluminum legs.
  • For indoor and outdoor.

Made of transparent or batch colored polycarbonate

Size Description

strong>Size Information
Height: 72 cm (28.3″)
Width 70 cm (27.6″)
Depth 70 cm (27.6″)

Color Description
Clear (B4)
Glossy white (E5)
Glossy black (E6)
Glossy red (E7)
  • Tokujin Yoshioka

    Tokujin Yoshioka was born in saga prefecture, Japan in 1967. After graduating from Kuwasawa design school in Tokyo, he studied design under Shiro Kuramata (1987-1988) and Issey Miyake (1988-1992) and went free-lance in 1992. He established the Tokujin Yoshioka design office in 2000. His works include shop design for Issey Miyake, space design for Nissan, BMW, Shiseido. He planned exhibitions for Issey Miyake, Hermes, Muji and Peugeot. His product design series known as ?tokyo-pop’, based on his previous ‘honey-pop design, has been introduced by Driade. Recent works include a street furniture piece at Roppongi Hills entitled ‘chair disappears in the rain’. he is the recipient of many international design awards.
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