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UMI Oak coffee table

Jennifer Cena




Material and finish:Oak
Webbing:Natur hørgjord
Sale price€500,00 EUR
Delivery time: 1 week
UMI - Oak coffee table Sale price€500,00 EUR

The UMI series

by Jennifer Cena

A series in 6 different variants

The UMI series in solid oak consists of 6 seating furniture pieces - including stools, benches, a coffee table, and a daybed, and there is guaranteed to be one that fits perfectly into your personal home decor. You can use the UMI series in the entrance, in the bedroom, in the dressing room, along the dining table, in the bathroom, or other places where there is a need for an extra seat, or where you are missing a beautiful detail.

A series of woven seating furniture

MAKE a difference

"We strive to create furniture of high design quality, with great consideration for the environment, and with the least possible impact on our common earth. For if there's something that stays with us for a long time in this life, it's our furniture. When we produce the furniture in good quality and take good care of it, it can last for many years and maybe be passed down through generations. In this way, we might be able to make a small difference and minimize the buy-and-throw-away mentality"

- Line Olesen, Founder

Jennifer Cena

Jennifer Cena is a designer from Norway, born and raised in the Norwegian mountains. This has given her a very special relationship with nature, which she reflects time and time again in her designs with the help of expression and choice of materials.

She was born in 1979 and has a strong background from the School of Art and Design in Bergen. There is no doubt that she has a distinct sense of aesthetics and a fondness for natural materials and organic forms that you rarely see in others.

Even before she finished her education, she had a whole series of her beautiful furniture in production, which helps to underline her ability to be present, innovative and current in her designs.

She is the designer behind the UMI series, which had its prototypes developed in connection with the Bergen Art and Design School's exhibition in the Green House during the Stockholm Furniture Light Fair in 2016. Since then, the series has grown, and the result is now a daybed, coffee table, stools and benches in both oak and wild ash.

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