Today, I have for you another of Kayiwa's innovative design, the NZELA table: a tool-less setup piece of furniture made up of birch plywood, where all parts can be seamlessly joined and assembled into a table which colors remind me of the Modrian's paintings. How fun, and what a way to personalise your dining! Wish I have one of those!
Here's what the designer says of the product:
NZELA is a sturdy modular table set made of grade A birch plywood. Plywood is used instead of plain solid wood because of its better resistance to the effects caused by humidity. The no-tool setup takes a mere 3 minutes per table and you may seamlessly conjoin - in whichever direction - as many tables. Storage is also easy - simply disassemble and place the table parts in a neat pile.
NZELA may not only be used for dining but also as a conference table, a statement piece for the lobby or for an unofficial ping-pong match, to mention. There is ample legroom and a toddler's high chair fits perfectly too.
You may choose from 3 tabletop colors - red/white, blue/white or yellow/white. Additionally, the visual appearance (the glossiness or hues of the colors) may be personalized; and the table parts can be re-arranged to suit any space or taste. The De Stijl movement inspired this objet d'art. The name Nzela is Luganda for Angella in homage to my grandmother.
Material: Birch Plywood
Length: 148 cm
Height: 74 cm
Width: 148 cm
Weight: 95 kg
To see more of NZELA or other Kayiwa's designs, go here.
All images from Kayiwa.