junpei and iori tamaki design a table with 'dancing' legs for ligne roset

junpei and iori tamaki design a table with 'dancing' legs for ligne roset

‘yuragi’ is reminiscent of a normal table with straight legs that sank into the ocean and decomposed in the water over the years. developed by junpei and iori tamaki for ligne roset, the series comprises three low tables made of natural stones with ‘dancing’ legs.

junpei and iori tamaki design a table with 'dancing' legs for ligne roset yuragi table designboom
the table has 3 color options



‘the idea flashed into my mind when Iwas imaging the sinking table drifting slowly in the ocean,’ explains junpei tamaki. ‘yuragi table appears as if it has been freed from gravity by the sway and seems to be unstable at the first glance, but actually, the structure stands firmly on the ground.’


the tables were designed specifically for french furniture company ligne roset and are about to be presented at imm cologne 2019 and maison&objet 2019.

natural stone tabletops


junpei and iori tamaki design a table with 'dancing' legs for ligne roset yuragi table designboom


junpei and iori tamaki design a table with 'dancing' legs for ligne roset yuragi table
indian green


marron emperador


yuragi table
detail image featuring the way the legs are assembled


product info:


designer: junpei and iori tamaki

brand: ligne roset


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edited by: maria erman | designboom

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