Nikari April table, high, birch
Nikari April table, high, birch
Nikari April table, high, birch
Nikari April table, high, birch
Nikari April table, high, birch
Nikari April table, high, birch
Nikari April table, high, birch

April table, high, birch

Nikari

1,258.20€ 1,398.00€

Nikari
April table
1,258.20€ 1,398.00€



Description

The April table was designed by Alfredo Häberli for the Finnish Nikari. Crafted from solid birch, the design of the April table is all about opposites: the massive leg and the thin tabletop create together an exciting contrast. You can also combine different tables of the April collection into an eye-catching group.

In 2012, Nikari asked twelve designers and design studios to give their response to Nikari’s design philosophy in the form of a product. The project was called Project 2012 Designs for Nature: Nikari co-operates with the Finnish WWF and part of the sales is donated to protecting rainforests and forests globally.

Nikari products are made in Finland using only certified wood.

Width
15 cm
Depth
25 cm
Height
60 cm
Material
Oil waxed birch

Alfredo Häberli

Alfredo Häberli (b. 1964) is an internationally established designer. He was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, but in 1977 moved to Zurich, Switzerland, where he lives. In 1991, Alfredo Häberli graduated in Industrial Design from the Zurich School of Design, receiving the Diploma Prize. 

Alfredo Häberli has worked for leading design companies including Alias, Camper, Kvadrat, Iittala, Luceplan, Moroso, Volvo and Zanotta. Combining tradition and innovation, he has designed different kinds of products such as chairs, armchairs, sofas, shelf systems, lamps, glassware and jewellery. He has also worked on architecture projects – such as showrooms and stores. For Iittala Alfredo Häberli has designed Essence glassware collection, Senta wine glasses and Origo tableware series, which have become very popular and beloved products. Essence is an elegant and stylish glassware collection, created with the essential idea of having as few glasses as possible, while still being able to serve a full range of fine wines. The stem and base of each glass are the of same size, while the glasses share the same shape but different dimensions. Senta is a range composed by three different wine glasses, well-balanced and with soft lines. Origo is a tableware collection with a striped pattern and available in many different colours – a perfect range to combine with other Iittala tableware collection. The artist’s personality is evident in all his designs. He uses his own experiences, daily life, childhood, observations and thoughts while developing ideas and designs for his products. Alfredo Häberli’s designs show his passion for his job and for quality products. Alfredo Häberli's works and designs have been shown in numerous exhibitions and over the years he has received many awards for his work.

 

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  • No incineration or landfilling of returned items
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  • Material-efficient and ecological packaging
  • Positive impact on nature’s well-being through operations that regenerate natural ecosystems
  • No potentially harmful chemicals used in own production
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