Mater Bowl Table Nori Green X Large
The Nori Green Bowl Table is a new tone of stain added to the succesful series of Bowl Table that reconciles old Indian craftsmanship with the simplicity of Scandinavian design. The table top, made of sustainably sourced mango wood is turned on a lathe, showcasing the skill of Kharadi, an Indian wood turning community and thereby supporting local craftsmanship.
The Bowl Table can stand alone or be paired as a side table vignette. Indian mango wood is a fast growing and sustainable source of timber - once the productive life of the tree is over, the mango tree is felled and upcycled and a new tree is planted.
Ships flatpacked in ease of labour and transportation. The sustainably harvested mango wood honours the UN Sustainable Development Goals of protecting “Life on Land” (SDGs 15) and the production method honours “Decent Work and Economic growth” (SDGs 8), “Responsible Consumption and Production” (SDGs 12) and “Partnership for the Goals” (SDGs 17) by providing programs that can vitalize local craftsmanship — allowing artisans to reach their maximum potential and paying them better wages while simultaneously serving economic and social goals.
Material Sustainably harvested natural mango wood with brass legs Finish Nori Green stain
- Size Description
Dimensions Ø 75 cm x H 38 cm | Dia 29.5” x H 14.9”
Ayush Kasliwal is a furniture design graduate from National Institute of Design Ahmedabad, the premier design institute in India. Ayush's design studio AKFD is committed to development of ideas using local crafts that have evolved over centuries. His work represents a fusion of unique creativity and uncompromising integrity rare to find in the highly competitive world market. Strategically based in Jaipur the company has a large variety of crafts to play with be it beaten brass, stone carving or mango wood. Ayush's products reflect a detailed understanding of processes and materials simultaneously paying homage to the tradition of crafts. He works with crafts people and artisans mainly from Rajasthan. In order to revive ancient crafts and provide consistent livelihood to them, he has developed ideas to produce relevant objects that are utilitarian beautiful and fun.