We are pleased to present two new arrivals:

"Atlas at Home" and "Family Reunion"

In an effort to keep the family together, they are being offered as a pair.

From the Juglandaceae family, Juglans Cinerea and Carya Ovata, a single White Walnut and Hickory tree provided the wood for both tables. They were built of storm-damaged trees and repurposed steel using a combination of handheld tools such as a rare 114-year-old ribbed-bottom Stanley Bailey No.7 wood plane, and modern power tools like the amazing Miller welder. In order to give designers more flexibility, the tops can be interchanged.

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'Atlas at Home'

Approx. 72” long  x  17” deep  x  32” high  (183 cm  x 43 cm x 81 cm)

Top wood: 3” slab Juglans Cinerea, A.K.A. White Walnut or Butternut, Noyer Cendré (fr.) Finished in hand-rubbed Beeswax over shellac.

 

Pedestal: Carya Ovata, A.K.A. Shagbark Hickory, Ironwood, Bois de Fer (fr.)

Finished in brush applied satin poly.

 

Steel base: 2” x 4” steel tube 39” long x 10.5” deep (99 cm l. x 27  cm d).

Finished in matte black enamel paint.

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'Family Reunion'

Approx.  48” long  x  17” deep  x  32” high  (122 cm  x 43 cm x 81 cm)

Top wood: 3” slab Juglans Cinerea, A.K.A. White Walnut or Butternut, Noyer Cendré (fr.)

Finished in hand-rubbed Beeswax over shellac.

 

Pedestal: Carya Ovata, A.K.A. Shagbark Hickory, Ironwood, Bois de Fer (fr.)

Remotely-controlled internal lighting. Finished in brush applied satin poly.

 

Steel base: 2” x 4” steel tube 39” long x 10.5” deep (99 cm l. x 27  cm d).

Finished in matte black enamel paint.