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BAPE Coffee Table

BAPE Coffee Table

Over the years, favored streetwear brands have never hesitated to shy away from innovating other conventional design inspirations from both traditional and contemporary designers alike. And so far, A Bathing Ape has been one of these brands. BAPE has teamed up with Modenica once again to give some vintage furniture items a new spin. Their collaboration with Modernica, a pioneer in the market of modern furniture for more than 25 years and in many techniques of molding and carpentry, come with a solid color seat with BAPE’s signature camo-toned design and arguable the most iconic and uniquely designed item on the collection – The Bathing Ape BAPE Coffee Table.

A Bathing Ape is debuting a large and on-brand coffee table as part of its BAPE STUDY EXHIBITION at BAPE GALLERY. Standing 36cm tall with 60 x 90cm in dimension, the table flaunts the Japanese streetwear brand’s signature emblem in a fully stained and wooden flattop with stainless steel legs to provide overall support. The table was only available through pre-orders and was released in highly limited quantities.

NIGO, the founder of A BATHING APE, is a well-acclaimed enthusiast of mid-century items, and various pieces of furniture have been manufactured to emulate the classic designs throughout the brand’s history. With the table’s bespoke ape-head form, and retractable metal legs, Nigo’s enthusiasm for mid-century interior decoration was full on display. The new pieces of furniture are now exclaimed as “Classic BAPE design meets classic furniture design.”

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Modenica’s long-standing partnership with BAPE continues with new and upcoming projects honoring BAPE Los Angeles’ one-year milestone. Their most recent project involved a Case Study® Fiberglass Side shell variant and a one-of-a-kind Case Study Furniture® Aiko Table, both of which featured the distinctive BAPE Los Angeles camo print. The unique metal plaque is also found in the back of both the said chair and table. 

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