Nandi Study Table and Stool


The Nandi Study Table and Stool were designed by Kemens Grund for Phantom Hands.  The table's linear form takes up little space but is a gracious work table. It is constructed with solid teak legs and frame, and teak veneer on thin plywood for the table top. The direction of the grains in the veneer are perpendicular to the direction of grains on the outer teakwood frames. The visible joinery details at the intersection of the legs and the frame show the classical woodworking used in its construction.

The Nandi Study Stool echoes the table's straight lines and fits smoothly beneath it. The Stool was designed to accompany the Nandi Study Table, but works just as well independently. It has a similar construction as the table, with a solid teak frame and seat made with teak veneer on plywood. Like the Study Table, the grains of veneer are perpendicular to the frames. “The seat of the stool has a slight incline to tilt the pelvis slightly forward and straighten the spine. This allows you to sit on the stool for long periods and keep your concentration”, says Grund. Its compact, linear form makes it ideal for small spaces and city apartments.

Available in Natural Teak or Dark Stain wood finishes.  The Table and Stool are sold separately for $1800 and $780 respectively.

Table dimensions:

H 29.6 in x W 22.7 in x D 36.5 in
H 75 cm x W 57.5 cm x D 92.5 cm

Stool dimensions:

H 18.6 in x W 14 in x D 14.6 in
H 47 cm x W 35.5 cm x D 37 cm

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