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JARI Collection

Organic shapes and modernity

An appreciation of traditional craftsmanship and a close connection with nature

The JARI chair is bold yet calm with organic shapes and modernity, that create a balance of itsown. The JARI table with its subtle, asymmetric, organic shapes stand apart from conventional table design.

Named after a Japanese word meaning ‘pebbles’ – JARI draws inspiration from natural beach stones that have been slowly rounded by lapping waves over centuries. Like a Japanese Zen garden, JARI seeks to reflect a simplified version of nature and create space for a sense of calmness and timelessness.


The JARI chair is bold yet serene. Its voluminous but lean appearance makes it sleek and accommodating and makes for an embracing and comfortable seating experience. JARI’s smooth seat is upholstered in quality leather, reflecting water-shaped pebbles and is complemented by an all-in-one solid ash backrest, with skillful joinery detailing.

The JARI table in solid ash or oak comes in two subtle, asymmetric, organic shapes. The table top shape optimises the volume of the design by reducing its ends and shifting the balance towards the centre for a more intimate shared dining experience and a sense of social presence. Each table features deep, double-rounded soft edges, offering a floating appearance and representing a tactile connection to nature.


Initially developed for INUA in Tokyo, the sister restarant to noma

OeO Studio

Founded in Copenhagen in 2003, OEO Studio is a multidisciplinary award-winning design studio focusing on interior architecture, product design and brand innovation. Led by Head of Design and Founder Thomas Lykke and Managing Partner Anne-Marie Buemann, OEO Studio share a passion for craftsmanship, tactile natural materials and a lived-in sensibility, creating meaningful products and universes.

 OEO Studio has created designs for a broad spectrum of discerning clients, from the interiors of Michelin-starred restaurants to aspirational objects that have earned their place in the permanent collections of the V&A.


Rounded by hand to reflect a sense of calmness and timelessness
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