The "Hojokban" refers to a soban with tiger's foot shaped legs. While maintaining the original form of a traditional soban, a new soban was made by applying materials and techniques that did not exist in the past.
43 x 43 x 29(h) cm
Poly carbonate, Injection mold design
Jihoon Ha is internationally well known designer and the first graduate of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design in Denmark. He has been working to re-interpret traditional Korean furniture by developing his own contemporary designs.
What is Soban?
They are small tray-like tables, usually wooden, used in Korea for carrying food and as individual dining tables. They are generally made of walnut, pine or ginko wood, often sourced from the carpenter's local area.
Soban are generally fairly small, due to the historical custom of family members and guests each having their own individual table.