Uhuru Design is a furniture company dedicated to sustainability and creating timeless designs. Each of their dining design pieces is hand-made in their Brooklyn studio.
The Uhuru Design‘s Waterline Slab Table represents a creative new direction in slab table design. The table juxtaposes two claro walnut burl sections against a Negra Marquina Spanish marble, with all three cut to a clean geometric form that contains the rugged organicness of its elements.
Transmitting Uhuru Design‘s values, this table would be perfect for a dining room to express fundamental earth matter – wood, stone and metal – in a contemporary way.
This dining area table uses reclaimed ipe from the Coney Island boardwalk with a robust blackened steel base. Its dynamic pattern that emulates the iconic layout of the boardwalk manages to transmit a unique type of luxury.
Uhuru Design fits in the family of the luxury brands that love restoring the original beauty of the wood, and in the process uncover a warm array of tones that is special and singular to each table.
Like diamonds, Uhuru Design defends that no two slabs are the same. Grain, color, and natural characteristics are different in every one of them, making each piece unique.
Created from a one-of-a-kind hardwood slab set on a steel frame and a blackened or powder coated finish, this dining design promises to fit seamlessly into any luxurious room design.
Two half-inch thick steel plates stand side by side on each end of this table, offering a clean contemporary form with ample clearance for legs and feet to any dining area design.
The Bowen Table is created from 100-year-old flooring from demolished warehouses in Brooklyn, and its thick wood top sits on a blackened or powder coated steel base.
Since Uhuru Design‘s wood slabs are locally milled and dried and come from sustainably harvested trees, they have a regularly changing inventory of sizes and species.
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