Dining table as a tribute to oak wood
The Oku dining table by Kristian Sofus Hansen and Nicolaj Nøddesbo for Norr11 is a tribute to oak wood and a timeless table in an extraordinary design. Between lightness and heaviness, the tabletop appears sometimes thin and sometimes stable, depending on the viewing angle. Thus the oak wood is accentuated by a simple design. The Japanese word for oak is "Ōku", from which the name of the table is derived.
Table top with round edges and offset table legs
The table top is made of oak veneer with round edges and lends the large surface a refined detail. The legs are offset to create the illusion of a floating tabletop and at the same time give the table a sculptural appearance.
Oku is available in different colours in rectangular and round shapes, with different size options for each room.