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Bean Buro Curly Table
Curly Table is Iron Design Award winner in 2013 - 2014 Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design Award Category.
Curly Table

This multipurpose table was designed by Bean Buro principle designers Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui and Lorene Faure. It functions as a central element in an interior setting. The overall shape is full of playful wiggly curves, which dramatically contrasts with the traditional formal symmetrical tables, thus it stands out as a sculptural piece to entice and interact with users. The curves appear to be accidental at first sight, however each curve has been carefully designed to encourage a variety of seating positions and social interactions.

Curly  Table
Bean Buro Curly
Bean Buro Table
Bean Buro design
Bean Buro design
Bean Buro

The studio is an emerging architecture and interiors practice from London and Paris, led by Lorène Faure and Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui, with a team of international designers to provide architecture, interior, installation, furniture and product design services. The Hong Kong studio was opened in 2013. The diversity of the practice with its collaborators reinforces a core vision for the practice: to respond to the exchanges of global cultural narratives, incorporating overlapping design disciplines specializing in the social, economical and political production of urban spaces.

Bean Buro

The studio is an inter-disciplinary architectural design practice led by Lorène Faure and Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui. The studio has a network of British and international collaborators to providing architecture, interior, installation, furniture and product design services in Hong Kong and China. The diversity of the practice with its collaborators reinforces a core vision for the practice: to respond to the exchanges of global cultural narratives, incorporating overlapping design disciplines specializing in the social, economical and political production of urban spaces. Bean Buro believes architecture is an emotional, spatial experience constructed by both the user and the author. The design methodologies stem from the observation, speculation and analysis of contextual narratives. These narratives, or ‘stories’, generate dynamic exchanges of historical, environmental, cultural and social factors, resulting in highly inventive interventions while preserving plenty of intellectual wit.