Laguna Coffee Table, from Cheetah Plains Luxury Safari Project

Laguna Coffee Table, from Cheetah Plains Luxury Safari Project

Project: Laguna Coffee Table
Designer: OKHA Interiors
Photographs by Adam Letch

Laguna’s sensually organic and meandering form is a direct representation of a body of water or lagoon, it’s smooth black metal table top represents the still surface of water, its unknown depths and mysteries.

Laguna Coffee Table is borne out of a collaboration with ARRCC for their project Cheetah Plains. Set in Sabi Sands, Cheetah Plains is a luxury safari destination for which OKHA created custom and bespoke furniture. Cheetah Plains has been featured in over 100 publications and was nominated for the Dezeen Awards.

Laguna Coffee Table, from Cheetah Plains Luxury Safari Project

OKHA’s Creative Director Adam Court says, “The shape was motivated by a strong physical context, by landscape mass as well as the project’s internal spatial layout and was therefore informed both by practicality and nature’s poetry.” This merging of art, abstraction and application is a clear signature throughout the OKHA range.

Laguna Coffee Table, from Cheetah Plains Luxury Safari Project

Laguna Coffee Table can be customized in a range of materials including wood, stone, metal, mirror and reinforced glass. Here Laguna is shown with a blackened aluminium top and patinated aluminium legs.

“The legs and table body will always be made from two different finishes or materials as each represents a different physical element, the legs rise above the table top to enhance that feeling of landscape, of different masses…the flat horizontal surface of the table (water) is enveloped by the surrounding landscape which rises above the surface of the water,” adds Adam.

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