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Ligne Roset's Hashira Dining table wins Good Design Award

Ligne Roset shares that Hashira Dining table, designed by Alain Gilles, won a Good Design Award. The awards (founded in 1950) are given by The Chicago Athenaeum to create awareness about contemporary design and to honour products and industry leaders in design, encouraging new directions for innovation and pushing the boundaries of what's come before. Hashira's Japanese inspiration is embodied by its sculptural legs and gently rounded top - an instant identity created in the harmonious nature between the two.

Hashira means pillar in Japanese. The Hashira table is a sculptural table made from materials both noble and honest: wood and marble. Its sculptural appearance comes from its four generously sized conical legs. Nonetheless this table has been designed not to be in the way when people sit around the table. These legs give a real presence to the table, making it very recognizable and therefore rather iconic. The sculpted appearance of the table also comes from the work on the wooden edge of the top since it is defined by a worked curve that continues in the edge of the marble.

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