deja-vu table

deja-vu table

deja-vu table

Design Naoto Fukusawa, 2007
Polished aluminum, MDF, veneer
Made in Italy by Magis

Haven't we met before? The Deja-Vu collection provides a stylish asthetic with a variety of options to accomodate your needs in any environment. The dining table base is made of polished, die-cast aluminum for a strong yet light- weight design. The top is MDF with oak veneer. Their elegance and comfort will make you feel like you're having a Deja-Vu.

Naoto Fukasawa was born in Yamanashi Prefecture and graduated from Tama Art University in 1980. He has worked with Seiko Epson, designing wristwatch & wristTV technology; LCD TVs, LCD projectors and other equipment. He has designed a number of products utilizing state-of-the-art technology for start-up companies and for big brand name computer and communications related companies, and has won numerous design awards in Europe and the United States.

The Deja-Vu table is offered with polished aluminum legs and either a white or black top in your choice of size options.

rounded square table: 29" h | 39" w | 39" d
rounded square table: 29" h | 49" w | 49" d
oval table: 29" h | 63" w | 36" d
oval table: 29" h | 79" w | 48" d

39" rounded square table: $1,139.00 + free shipping in the continental U.S.
(usually ships in 12-14 weeks)

Naoto Fukasawa

Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa (b. 1956) graduated from Tama Art University in 1980 and quickly began working as a designer for the Seiko-Epson corporation. He came to the United States in 1989 and started working for the then upstart ID Two company, which employed only 15 people at the time. In 1996, he helped to set up their Tokyo office and served as its head while they became known as IDEO. Fukasawa remained with the company until 2003 when he established his own company, Naoto Fukasawa Design. To focus on household appliances and sundries, he created the ±0 brand, but was also becoming well known around the same time for products such as MUJI’s CD player (which is in MoMA’s permanent collection), mobile phones “Infobar” and “Neon,” as well as new works with Italian companies B&B Italia, Driade, Magis, Artemide, Danese, and Boffi.


The Magis company was founded in 1976 and had their first success in 1984 with “Step,” a ladder that was influential and crossed over into the designer furniture market from the hardware stores. They had two more huge successes in 1994 with Jasper Morrison’s “Bottle” and the “Lyra” stool from the Italia Group, their bestseller. Two years later, the “Bombo” stool designed by Stefano Giovannoni would gain enormous success and cultivate an imitable style. Once the company gained momentum, they never slowed and would go on to produce Jasper Morrison’s technologically advanced “Air-Chair,” Michael Young’s “Dog House,” Konstantin Grcic’s “Chair One,” the “Me Too” line of children’s objects and furniture, and the “Striped” family from the Bouroullec brothers.
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