A two-story table Tabushi Hanaya, 45 cm high and 50 cm wide, whose serving plates are made of solid oak wood. They are finely processed and protected with a coating of linseed oil. The plates are connected by a metal bracket, and they can also be visually connected with a decoration (flower, branch) or any installation that passes through the hole of the upper panel and rests on the lower one.
The table is suitable for use in the living room and in public spaces. Everything can be served on it, from sushi to tapas, coffee and tea, as well as a book or magazine. There is a handle on the top. The turned legs are a link to the stool from the Tabushi collection.
Lidija Mikluš, mag. design. Born in 1974 in Zagreb. 1993. She graduated from the School of Applied Art and Design, and in 2001 he obtained a degree in Design Studies from the Faculty of Architecture. In 2016, after several years of work in the field of graphic and product design, she founded the Lilipop design studio. That's when the Tabushi brand was born – products (furniture and accessories) inspired by sushi. She is a member of ULUPUH, and since 2023 she has the status of an independent artist.