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Krusin Side Table - Small

Marc Krusin 2012

Drawing inspiration from traditional designs, but updated with an industrialized craft aesthetic, the Krusin Side Table complements the Krusin Lounge and Side Chairs. Like the chairs, the tables leave no joint unresolved and no angle unconsidered, resulting in a subtle elegance that harmonizes with any setting.

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Construction and Details
  • Frame is select American and European hardwood using dowel and mortise + tenon construction
  • Oak and Walnut have low-sheen urethane coating with conversion varnish top coat and a hand applied final wax coating
  • Marble and glass tops are ¾” thick with radius corners. Tops rest within the frame
  • Inset tops have threaded inserts to attach to frame
  • Felt glides included with all bases
Sustainable Design and Environmental Certification
  • Certified Clean Air GOLD
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  • Top in laminate, wood veneer, Spinneybeck® leather and engineered stone
  • Veneer and laminate tops are constructed with MDF core with solid lumber edges
  • Leather tops are constructed with MDF core wrapped in select Riva leather
  • 12 beech frame stains with catalyzed lacquer protective coating and a hand applied final wax coating
  • 7 low gloss natural wood finishes in White Ash, Oak, and American Walnut with low-sheen urethane coating with conversion varnish top coat and a hand applied final wax coating

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Marc Krusin: “The tables were part of the same development as the chairs. The chairs really inspired them in a way, inspired the detailing within that cube. The main structure is all being made in the USA, by a great bunch of guys who were so flexible throughout the whole design process — so fast and extremely talented. They were always available to make all the petty modifications that, between myself and Bejamin Pardo, the Design Direction, were thrown at them.

“Personally I would always try to strive for something that is clean, that is visually silent, to study and rework, and tweak the proportions and the details to such a refined level that it becomes as perfect as it can be within that framework.

“I see it as being a design that can fit into a lot of scenarios. To me, there is something very noble about an object that sits within a space not shouting for your attention, but blending into it. The outcome is absolutely contemporary, but at the same time absolutely classic and absolutely timeless.”