Triku Table

- Design by Samuel Accoceberry
The Triku table has a solid oak structure and top. It is available rounded or oval. The oval version can be extensible.

Product Story

Timber Dolmens
The Triku collection draws inspiration from dolmens (triku harri in Basque), prehistoric structures consisting of a large capstone resting on upright stones. The Triku series, which features simple, ample forms, is crafted out of the most traditional of materials: wood and wool.

Product variants

Triku rounded table
Download: H 760 x Ø 800
Download: H 760 x Ø 1000
Download: H 760 x Ø 1200
Download: H 760 x Ø 1400
Triku oval table
Triku extensible table

Spaces with Triku Table

  • Musée des Civilisations de l´Europe et de la Méditerranée, Marseille
    Architect: Rudy Ricciotti
    Photography: Mito

  • Restaurant Mina, Bilbao - Pays Basque
    Architect: Logika Tuk
    Photography: Mito

Product characteristics

Upholstery and finishes

The designer Samuel Accoceberry:

Born in Bordeaux in 1972, Accoceberry graduated by the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Art de Nancy and after working for Antonio Citterio, Rodolfo Dordoni and Arik Levy, he opened his own design studio in 2010. With clients like Alki, Aéroports de Paris, Chevalier Edition, IPI, Marcel By or Staub he received numerous internationals awards including two Red Dot Design Awards and the Grand Prix de la Création de la Ville de Paris.