Hirakoso Design Kai Table

A “puzzling” table that gives you more storage space.

If you want a bare tabletop that provides a lot of storage space for your sundries, the Hirakoso Design Kai Table is the answer. This table is inspired by Himitsubako traditional Japanese puzzle boxes and features panels and drawers that slide open, serving as secret compartments ready to accommodate items of different sizes. The table can also be used as a decorative furniture, since it looks good on its own with its unique tilia japonica coating plywood finish.
$5k – $25k
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