Aoyama Dining Table
The Leroy Collection features two unique and very sculptural designs: The Aoyama Table and the A3 stool. Aoyama, a district in Tokyo famous for its fashion houses, restaurants and interesting shops, is where Paul Leroy found his inspiration for the Aoyama table. The inspiration for the stool frame is the letter ‘A’ while the dimension of the seat match a sheet of A3 paper.
Aoyama comes in a lounge-, dinner-, bar- and rectangular table with different diameter. The table top comes in laminate, black stained ash or soft-coated black. The chamfered edge and bottom of the table top is painted with the same finish as the table top. The table column is available in black, white or chromed laser cut steel plate.
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Paul Leroy (1960 – ) studied architecture, furniture design, graphics and industrial design at the Royal Danish School of Architecture and served an apprenticeship with Professor Tage Borg. He opened his own design studio in 1987.
His many international clients include Norman Foster, Foster and Partners, Daimler Chrysler, Arthur Andersen and Copenhagen Airport.