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From mass and cross-laminated timber to 3D-printed alternatives, few materials are as likely to shape the next 35 years of design as definitively as wood.

Crafted for Swedish brand DUX by award-winning Stockholm-based multidisciplinary studio Claesson Koivisto Rune (which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year), the Lunaria series reflects the material’s appeal in a collection of tiered side tables hewn from solid ash.

Taking their irregular form (and name) from the shape of the moon when its light is refracted through the Earth’s atmosphere, the line was officially unveiled during Stockholm Design Week in February and is offered in three sizes — 39 by 50, 60 by 45 and 86 by 40 centimetres — with a wax oil finish. 

Claesson Koivisto Rune’s Latest Collection Looks to the Moon

The Stockholm-based studio’s solid ash Lunaria Tables for Swedish brand Dux riff off lunar forms.

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