Caldera Table

Caldera Coffee Table

by Kyuhyung Cho and John Astbury
$395
Caldera Coffee Table

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Caldera Coffee Table

by Kyuhyung Cho and John Astbury
$395

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You have 30 days to return a product. Original packaging is required, and all returns will incur a 10% restock fee. See our Returns page for more information.

— East × West

Japan and Sweden collide boldly in Caldera, a sculptural little table with enough gravitas to anchor a living room. Leave it bare for a graphic statement, or use the shallow basin to corral your candles, books and objects.

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Ideal as a small coffee or accent table.

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Striking tabletop and leg positions.

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Surface that’s more than 80% flat.

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Ideal as a small coffee or accent table.

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Striking tabletop and leg positions.

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Surface that’s more than 80% flat.

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23.6 L” × 23.6” D × 14.2” H

Kyuhyung Cho

Educated in Seoul and Stockholm, Kyuhyung Cho belongs to that rare breed of designers who can build a successful body of work across a range of media. Now focused on furniture, he takes inspiration from a melange of East Asian and Scandinavian design.

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John Astbury

Born in England, John Astbury was a boat builder, musician and graphic designer before studying industrial design in Stockholm. Since then, he has collaborated with design brands such as Muuto, &Tradition and Skagerak. His work has been recognized by Residence, Elle and Bo Bedre Awards.

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