Kai from Nucraft

Sept. 22, 2014

The Kai conference table from Nucraft has a sleek, knife-thin profile with a 5/16’’ polished aluminum table top that appears to be floating in space. The table has been specifically designed to bridge to a wireless future, with the capacity to include easily removable power-data modules beneath the surface of the table. The table top has an array of finishes, include wood veneers, paint, and glass. But its silhouette is always strikingly slender with the rolled polished aluminum edge, putting the focus less on the table than on the people who congregate around it.


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