Table Mingskatable by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac

Combining elements of Chinese Ming furniture, ancient Japanese art and urban culture, the Mingskatable by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac and LAQ Executive is a modern take on one of the most timeless and usable household furniture pieces. The maple wood coffee table is covered in seven layers of both black and sandalwood lacquer, effectively creating a seamless and sleek tabletop appearance atop a resolutely contemporary frame. Simultaneously evoking overtones of urban and traditional design, the Mingskatable gives nod to both the Golden Age of Chinese furniture with a well executed ode to modern street culture.

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