Takahama is best known as a furniture and lighting designer, and has produced work for Knoll, Gavina, and B&B Italia.
A designer low table that exudes understated elegance, crafted by Japanese architect Takahama as a tribute to female writer Djuna Barnes, among the denizens of the Paris Bohemian scene during the 1920s to 1940s.
The low table known as Djuna, was designed by Kazuhide Takahama in 1983, and is dedicated to Barnes’ writing style. This American author was one of the leading figures of the 1920s bohemian scene in Paris. The poised, delicate style of this table is characterised by the folded chrome-finish bent steel frame. The elliptical table-top is available in a variety of finishes, including painted polyester, either mirror-gloss or matte, alternatively, white Carrara, or black Marquiña, marble.