FOSTER RETREAT

NF–DT01

NORMAN FOSTER

The dining table has a simple silhouette and refined geometry that are characteristic of the NF Collection. The soft corners embrace the language of the NF-DC01, whose sloping armrests tuck neatly into the matching angle on the table’s underside.

Dimensions
  • Dimensions
  • width
    • 1650
    • 2000
    • 2400
  • depth
    • 900
    • 900
    • 950
  • height
    • 750
    • 750
    • 750
  • SEAT HEIGHT
  • ARM HEIGHT
materials
  • materials
  • TIMBER
    • PURE OAK
    • SMOKED OAK
    • GRAIN MATTE BLACK

THE FOSTER RETREAT

The NF Collection has its native setting in the Foster Retreat which designed by a project team from the Norman Foster Foundation to accommodate a wide range of domestic activities - from living to working with spaces to accommodate private study.

Norman Foster has designed eight tailormade furniture pieces for the Foster Retreat that part of them make up the seventh collection of Karimoku Case Study.
Timber was a natural choice to match spirit of the building and Karimoku Case Study, with its proven record of beautifully crafting and detailing wood for furniture, was an obvious partner.

THE FOSTER RETREAT

The NF Collection has its native setting in the Foster Retreat which designed by a project team from the Norman Foster Foundation to accommodate a wide range of domestic activities - from living to working with spaces to accommodate private study.

Norman Foster has designed eight tailormade furniture pieces for the Foster Retreat that part of them make up the seventh collection of Karimoku Case Study.
Timber was a natural choice to match spirit of the building and Karimoku Case Study, with its proven record of beautifully crafting and detailing wood for furniture, was an obvious partner.

Norman Foster

Norman Foster is Founder and Executive Chairman of Foster + Partners, a global studio for architecture, urbanism and design, rooted in sustainability. Over more than five decades, the practice has pioneered a sustainable approach to architecture and urbanism through a wide range of work, from masterplans to offices, cultural buildings, airports and industrial design. He has been awarded architecture’s highest accolades, including the Pritzker Architecture Prize, the Praemium Imperiale Award for Architecture in Japan, the RIBA Royal Gold medal and the AIA Gold medal. He is president of the Norman Foster Foundation, based in Madrid. In 1999 he was honoured with a Life Peerage, becoming Lord Foster of Thames Bank.

Foster + Partners is an international practice with a worldwide reputation for thoughtful and pioneering design. The practice has never drawn a distinction between architecture and industrial design. The point of contact, the thing that you touch, is as important as the broader vision. The industrial design team established in 1980, has developed a wide range of products from door handles to wind turbines; from a fountain pen to the cabin of an executive jet; from a tap to the fit-out of an ocean yacht. Frequently, products are designed in response to a particular project, but we also work directly with clients on product commissions or with companies to develop new products for commercial manufacture.

Norman Foster

Norman Foster is Founder and Executive Chairman of Foster + Partners, a global studio for architecture, urbanism and design, rooted in sustainability. Over more than five decades, the practice has pioneered a sustainable approach to architecture and urbanism through a wide range of work, from masterplans to offices, cultural buildings, airports and industrial design. He has been awarded architecture’s highest accolades, including the Pritzker Architecture Prize, the Praemium Imperiale Award for Architecture in Japan, the RIBA Royal Gold medal and the AIA Gold medal. He is president of the Norman Foster Foundation, based in Madrid. In 1999 he was honoured with a Life Peerage, becoming Lord Foster of Thames Bank.

Foster + Partners is an international practice with a worldwide reputation for thoughtful and pioneering design. The practice has never drawn a distinction between architecture and industrial design. The point of contact, the thing that you touch, is as important as the broader vision. The industrial design team established in 1980, has developed a wide range of products from door handles to wind turbines; from a fountain pen to the cabin of an executive jet; from a tap to the fit-out of an ocean yacht. Frequently, products are designed in response to a particular project, but we also work directly with clients on product commissions or with companies to develop new products for commercial manufacture.