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A small wooden table, black bamboo (bamboo wulung) and hand-written batik which serves as a place to place coffee drinks and snacks (snacks) is known as a coffee table. This table can also function as a corner table that is placed between the wooden or bamboo seats. The innovation offered by this coffee table, besides coming from a combination of bamboo and batik materials, also comes from the technique of making table legs. This coffee table leg is a combination of structural elements and decorative elements.
The structural elements are made of wood covered by woven bamboo, while the decorative elements are made entirely of woven bamboo which is shaped to resemble a table leg.
The concept of this coffee table is an analogy of a flower bush, has a natural and dynamic (elastic) character like the character of the bamboo material. The composition of the leg design is dynamic in shape with twisting lines that resemble “roots” or shrubs in nature, while the table-leaf composition of various batik collages resembles a bouquet of flowers in bloom.
This coffee table is named Hanami. The bamboo craftsmen who make them are the Wonosobo bamboo craftsmen who are students of Japanese bamboo artists, who learned the techniques of preparing bamboo blades and weaving from Japanese bamboo artists. Market tests for this product were also carried out in Japan. In Japanese, Hanami is a term related to enjoying viewing flowers in bloom – perfect for this coffee table which at first glance looks like a bunch of flowers blooming on a bush in nature.

A corner table that can also function as a corner lamp, made of a combination of black bamboo (bamboo wulung), hand-drawn batik and acrylic. Acrylic gives a modern touch to two traditional materials (bamboo and batik). In addition to aesthetic considerations, the use of acrylic is based on functional considerations, when this corner table also functions as a lamp. With the use of acrylic, the lamp contained in the table box emits a light that produces a fluorescent effect. The novelty value in this design lies in (1) the combination of bamboo-batik-acrylic material, (2) the manufacturing technique: laminating woven batik and bamboo using acrylic. The name Hanabi comes from Japanese which means fireworks or sparks. Hanabi’s table and corner lamps contain vines of flowers that creep up and “explode” in millions of colors at the top (top-table) and when the lights are turned on, the whole glows like fireworks that are shot upward and explode above.