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Groovystuff to Showcase Student Designer

KhunkheaGroovystuff's Las Vegas Furniture Market presentation will include the debut Appalachian State University student designer Ian O’Hare's table collection.

On the ground floor of Building B, in showroom B-0146, O'Hare will reveal his design creation, the Khunkea Table Collection. "Khunkhea" means “Big Mountain” in Thai.

The tables were “inspired by the mountain ranges found in Northwestern Thailand," O'Hare said. "Reclaimed salvaged teak, native to Thailand, is used to construct the table tops. The welded and riveted cast iron frame gives the collection a rustic and sturdy architecture. All of these quality materials are re-purposed, benefiting the planet and a sustainable future for everyone."

Other product introductions include the reclaimed steel drum Moonshine Collection. 

O'Hare, an undergraduate student at Appalachian State University majoring in industrial design, is a High Point native who grew up in the furniture industry capital of the world. His interests range from furniture to product design, and he draws inspiration from nature and architecture.

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