Geometric
 
A small occasional table displaying a striking variety of wood tones in a sharp graphic style. This tables form is somewhat reminiscent of geological rock forms such as Ireland’s Giants Causeway.
 
For a while we had wanted to make a table out multiple strips of wood stacked together. This design is a play on that initial idea with equilateral triangle cross section strips. The wooden triangular prisms have been carefully cut with the table saw which we set with a digital angle gauge for precision.
 
We’ve picked out some great timber for this table. Most of the prisms are made from maple, for its lighter, base tone. Cherry, sapele and walnut are then used for their contrasting orange, red and brown wood tones. The timber strips are then glued together is stages, tidied up with a plane, sanded and given a fine finish.

The end result is a strong solid table with a triangular mosaic surface made from an array complementing wood tones.
 
This is a great small occasional table that could fit many different uses. For example it would work really well as a bedside table, sofa side table or coffee table, just remember to use a coaster.

We Also have a version made purley form North American Maple. For a more understated look.
 
Dimensions: 50cm x 50cm wide x 40cm high
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A small occasional table displaying a striking variety of wood tones in a sharp graphic style. This tables form is somewhat reminiscent of geolog Read More
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