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Nomad Table by Jacob May Furniture

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Nomad Table by Jacob May Furniture

October 16, 2015

Woodworker and designer David Ball, the designer behind Jacob May, is based in Oakland, California; he specializes in producing classic American furniture that is simple, elegant, and built to last. We’ve admired his knife racks for Quitokeeto before, and now we’re obsessed with his Nomad table. Go to Jacob May for ordering information; the tables are also available through Heath Ceramics.

Above: The Nomad dining table can be broken down, flat-packed, and reassembled when you move.

Above: A detail of the tabletop.

Above: The components are easily disassembled.

Above: The working parts are covered with leather straps. 

Above: A detail of the components.

For more flat-pack furniture companies, see Ikea Disrupters: 6 New Upstart Furniture Companies

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