Seating | Editors' Choice - Davis Furniture

Feb. 4, 2007
The curved units of the ZA Bench from Davis Furniture are created using a new 3-D Technology. The oak veneer is literally cut into fine strips, almost like toothpicks, that will reform in the press into a three-dimensional shape. ZA, Japanese for "to sit," consists of three simplistic units that may be configured in circular, curves or simple straight formations.

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