Inspired by the vibrant colors of modern Japan, the tatami tables are made of a traditional straw weaving technique typical of Japanese flooring framed with the craft of marquetry. These multifunctional pieces can shift from a table to a bench.
Nada Debs grew up up in Japan from a Lebanese family and graduated from the Rohde Island School of Design in the US. With such a cosmopolitan and prolific background, Nada Debs has the ability to distil culture and craftsmanship to create pieces with emotional resonance. Her style defined as “Contemporary Arabesque” blends her influences from her Lebanese family and her Japanese childhood as she magnifies oriental handicrafts with a hint of Japanese materials.