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    Iquo Table Round

    The Iquo Café Table features an elegant pedestal base, made of four vertical tubes, that provides wire management for power use and is intentionally flat where it meets the floor for comfortably resting your feet.


    The Iquo Café Collection is named after three generations of Archibong women who share the name Iquo, the design embraces the moniker’s feminine spirit by balancing elegant curvature with strength and durability. Archibong, the son of Nigerian immigrants, found equal parts inspiration in West African spirituality and midcentury American furniture, resulting in sculptural silhouettes that feel both airy and robust.


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    • color Black
    • color Light Grey
    • color White
    • color Black
    • color Light Grey
    • color White
    • color Vetro Bianco
    • color Onyx
    • color Polished Aluminum


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    Construction and Details


    • 4 extruded aluminum rods comprise the table’s column and are connected with stainless steel screws and interior spacers. Columns screwed onto aluminum extruded 4 star base. Base is offered in polished aluminum finish or Onyx powder coat.


    • Resin tops are resin impregnated paper with black edge. Laminate tops are matte fingerprint free laminate on birch plywood and painted edge to match. All tops have miter edge detail. Tops have 6 inserts and are attached to base with stainless steel screws.


    • Adjustable steel glides with nonmarring nylon bottom. Cover in stainless steel or black painted finish to match base finish.


    • Optional electrical modules with power or USB are available.

    Outdoor Use:

    • With proper care and limited exposure to the elements, tables specified with Resin or Vetro Bianco top on Onyx painted base are appropriate for outdoor environments.

    Ini Archibong is an industrial designer, creative director, artist, and musician. His work is characterised by a deep interest in master-craftsmanship and its intrinsic relationship to technology – both modern and ancient. Taking inspiration from the study of architecture, environmental and product design, as well as lifelong passions for mathematics, philosophy, and world religions, he seeks to apply his vision and methods across a wide range of disciplines. He is a strategic consultant for high-profile clients in the luxury, sports, hospitality, music and technology sectors.
    The son of Nigerian parents who came to the United States as academic scholars, Ini was born and raised in Pasadena, California, where he graduated from Polytechnic School and the Art Center College of Design. After a period living and working in Singapore, and traveling widely, he moved to Switzerland to pursue further studies – earning a master’s degree in luxury design and craftsmanship from the prestigious École cantonale d'art de Lausanne (ECAL).
    Ini has received numerous awards and has been praised widely in the media for his vision and the quiet, poetic elegance of his oeuvre. In 2019, he received Distinguished Alumni awards from both ArtCenter and Polytechnic in his hometown of Pasadena. His design for the Pavilion of the African Diaspora (PoAD) at the 2021 London Design Biennale was awarded the Best Design Medal.​