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Pal side tables

 Keiji Takeuchi, 2020

As the name suggests, Pal is there when you need it. It is a small side table, mobile, versatile and easy to use.

For Milan-based Japanese designer Keiji Takeuchi, simplicity is the path to sophistication, as demonstrated by the minimalist line of the tabletop. Solid wood and well-crafted steel are rich materials that acquire a beautiful patina over time and work well with other materials and color palettes in any interior.

The table is available in two different diameters as well as different heights, making Pal a versatile design that you can adapt to your needs. Takeuchi often describes his creations as "living objects", referring to aspects that are not necessarily visible or tangible but rather something you can feel or sense.

Materials solid oak or solid walnut — legs in brushed stainless steel or powder coated steel

Ø37,5 cm

Ø44 cm

Light oiled oak / black - H38, 45 ou 52 cm

Light oiled oak / black - H38, 45 ou 52 cm

Light oiled oak / stainless steel - H38, 45 ou 52 cm

Light oiled oak / stainless steel - H38, 45 ou 52 cm

Oiled walnut / black - H38, 45 ou 52 cm

Oiled walnut / black - H38, 45 ou 52 cm

Oiled walnut / stainless steel - H38, 45 ou 52 cm

Oiled walnut / stainless steel - H38, 45 ou 52 cm

Black lacquered oak / black - H38, 45 ou 52 cm

Black lacquered oak / black - H38, 45 ou 52 cm

Black lacquered oak / stainless steel
H38, 45 ou 52 cm

Black lacquered oak / stainless steel
H38, 45 ou 52 cm

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Keiji Takeuchi

« I try to find the easiest way to share happiness in our everyday life. The term craft is the result of our relationship with things, where we establish emotional dialogues with the products. »
Keiji Takeuchi

Keiji Takeuchi is a furniture and industrial designer with a truly global outlook. Born in Japan, based in Milan, with New Zealand origins and trained in Paris, his work transcends any culture or language, characterized by its purity and the absence of superfluous elements, where he sees simplicity as the path to sophistication.

Our instinctive way of interacting with objects and our personal relationship with products are a permanent source of fascination for Takeuchi. All of this reflects a philosophy that design should evoke emotions and instill a sense of happiness.

Takeuchi seeks the essentiality of things in designs that have presence. He often uses the term "living objects" to describe his work, referring to designs with an added dimension that adds to the atmosphere.