Not a Harem Side Table

Not a Harem Side Table

DESIGNED BY Annabel Karim Kassar
FOR Moroso

The Salon Nanà collection is the result of a collaboration with the French-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar. Its name is designed to evoke images of convivial atmospheres like the ones you might expect to find in the literary circles of the late-19th century (the book “Nana” by Emile Zola was published in 1880). The collection features a flexible modular seating system that can adapt to various situations, two different collections of side tables, all of which are inspired by Moroccan tradition.

Not a Harem little side tables feature a black metallic base covered by a top with an Oriental motif influenced by Moorish and crusade patterned tiles imprinted on canvas. The side tables are decorated with burnished studs.


A collection which explores different styles and brings together distant worlds.

“I lived in Morocco for three years and I was always fascinated by the black and white striped djellabas worn by men in the Medina. With Salon Nanà, I wanted to create an atmosphere: a mood that is ever-changing as opposed to static”. Annabel Karim Kassar.



450 W x 450 D x 400 H (mm)

350 W x 350 D x 330 H (mm) 


Table top available in marble, glass or canvas, powder-coated steel base. 


16 - 20 Weeks