Monday, 9 July, 2018 SURFACES REPORTER |
Each stone and wood leg of this glass top coffee table is self supporting, allowing them to be arranged and clustered in endless patterns. Made from natural stone and sustainably harvested wood, the intention is that you participate in the design by arranging these elements as you might with the rocks in a Japanese garden.
Sprout can support a glass top of any shape or size, and extra legs can be ordered for larger tables and infinite variations. 3 of the legs are set at a fixed height, with additional ones adjustable to accommodate uneven floors. Available in a wide variety of stone using sustainably harvested ash, maple, cherry, fir, black walnut or curly maple. This novel design could be custom made as a hall table, side table, dining table or desk.
Watch video of the different table configurations – here.
Seth Rolland is a designer and producer of custom furniture located in Port Townsend, Washington. To know more about her please visit her website https://sethrolland.com/