UNION tray

Designed by Masuko Unayama 

UNION tray is created with the intention to accommodate joyful breaks and thoughtful reflections using natures materials. The tray is crafted in an ash wood veneer base with sides of damped solid ash and handles of rattan.

Each piece is carefully handcrafted, and the material and manufacturing technique gives each piece unique characteristics. The UNION tray comes in 2 sizes – a small and a large.

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Packaging
Packaging

UNION comes packed in a natural, simple and beautiful box that can be re-used, wrapped with a paper sleeve with a drawing of the specific design.

Material + care
Material

The UNION tray has an ash wood veneer base with sides of solid ash wood and rattan around the handles.

Care

The white oiled ash leaves the wood looking natural. Over time it will develop a natural patina, enhancing the beauty of the material. Dust can be removed using a dry soft cloth. Cleaning of the wood can be done using a soft cloth wrung in lukewarm water stroking in the grain directions. If a more severe cleaning is needed, specific soap for white oiled wood interior can be used following the instructions of the packaging. Re-oiling can be done if the wood starts to look faded or dry. Make sure to find the right white oil for wood interior and follow the instructions of the packaging.

Delivery & return

We ship globally. The interior will be delivered by a choice of courirer or post depending on your country of delivery. For delivery & return please see here: terms & conditions

“I wanted to make use of the bending technique which Japan learned from Denmark in the past. The two sides of the tray meet in the handles which symbolizes a bridge between Denmark and Japan – a union. Both nations have inspired each other in terms of aesthetic spirit in the past and present, and we will continue to share the same value of quality of life.”

Designer Masuko Unayama

“I wanted to make use of the bending technique which Japan learned from Denmark in the past. The two sides of the tray meet in the handles which symbolizes a bridge between Denmark and Japan – a union. Both nations have inspired each other in terms of aesthetic spirit in the past and present, and we will continue to share the same value of quality of life.”

Designer Masuko Unayama