Width 70 cm
Depth 71.6 cm
Height 45 cm
Weight 40 kg


Legs finish Powder Coated Steel Black
Legs material Steel
Top finish Wild Oak Oil Treatment
Top material Solid Wood


Year 2018


The designer behind the KONNO COFFEE- & SIDE TABLE, Japanese Hiromichi Konno, always strives to pursue the aesthetic aspect of his designs, not only visually but also sensuously.

With this design philosophy, he has created the KONNO COFFEE- & SIDE TABLE, as an exciting merge between Japanese and Danish design traditions. The table legs consist of thin, black steel tubes that gently support the beautiful table top in either solid wood or Black Marquina marble, and the contrast between the various materials gives an attractive and unique expression. The table is available in both a square, rectangular and round version, and can be used for many purposes. The square and round versions are ideal both as coffee table and side table next to a sofa or a lounge chair, and the rectangular table makes a fine storage unit.

Hiromichi Konno

Hiromichi Konno is a Japanese designer who has studied design in both Japan and Sweden. He established his own design studio in 2002 and is currently based in Tokyo.

Hiromichi Konno has been participating in design projects around the world and in particular, he is well known for the collaboration with various Danish and Japanese brands. His designs are characterized by simplicity, sensitivity and sensuousness, and he is always focused on drawing out the best from the materials as well as to add a feeling of warmth to the products.

Besides product design, he has been working with the development of concept design, supervised design brands and also conducted workshops for children. Through these diverse positions, he continues to seek an ideal form of design for the future. Hiromichi Konno has created the KONNO COFFEE- & SIDE TABLE for dk3 as an exciting merge of Japanese and Danish design traditions.

dk3 is a Danish design furniture company established in 2009. Their collection combines exclusive classic and contemporary furniture from great Danish architects and designers such as Jeppe Utzon, Kaare Klint, Børge Mogensen, Poul Cadovius and others.