Usurai Table is a minimal dining table created by Paris-based designers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for KOYORI. The plywood used for this product is specially made at the factory with a wealth of experience in producing molded plywood furniture. The tabletop is supported by four legs placed at the corners, without any additional parts beneath it. The simplicity of the structure is a testament to the craftsmanship that is evident in both its appearance and functionality. The Usurai table is a testament to the beauty and simplicity that can be achieved through minimalist design. The striking striped pattern on the tabletop is achieved through the use of cross-cut lamination, a technique that adds both visual interest and strength to the piece.

The bespoke plywood used in the table’s construction is produced with a wealth of experience in manufacturing molded plywood furniture, ensuring that the table is not only beautiful but also built to last. The table’s four legs are strategically placed at the corners, providing ample support for the tabletop without the need for additional parts below. This design choice adds to the table’s sleek and modern appearance, while also allowing it to blend seamlessly into any space. The table’s simplicity is a reflection of the craftsmanship that went into its creation, with both its appearance and functionality benefiting from this attention to detail.