Dimensions: 55.0cm(H) x 30.0cm(W) x 25.0cm(D) / 21.7"(H) x 11.8"(W) x 9.8"(D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Originally a storage for reading materials such as books, magazines and newspapers; Zin functions as well as a coffee table. With the help of the leather handle, Zin can be carried to a desired space and a warm cup of coffee can be enjoyed, while reading.
The designer Isabel Quiroga wanted to create a piece of furniture that allows the user to move it around easily, so it can be replaced wherever it is needed. The design of Zin is pure and timeless which makes Zin suitable for any surrounding.
In Zin, the combination of two materials define two different functions of the product. Steel creates the table and leather constructs the reading storage as well the handle, which enables the user to carry the product around.
Having both a soft and strong form, Zin is an eye-catching piece for interiors. The graceful form of the product determines its name. The name of the product is coming from Dutch word “Zin”, which means a positive emotion for wanting and liking.
Made of powder-coated steel and thick vegetable tanned leather, Zin is offered in black steel and two colour options for the leather; brown and black. The little brass details add elegance to the product, while functioning as the connections for leather and steel parts.
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Lives and Works: Istanbul
Uniqka is an Istanbul-based design brand that invigorates old craftsmanship traditions with new form and a subtle contemporary aesthetic.
Uniqka designs focus on craft and material. The emphasis is on the versatility and elegance of leather.
Collaborating with designers around the world, Uniqka creates handmade objects. The collection comprises of lighting pieces, side tables, tabletop objects, wall accessories and smaller office accessories to adorn any home or workspace with organizational functionality as much as stylistic originality.
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