This beautiful artisanal table is designed by Chile-born artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz, who has gained tremendous popularity worldwide with his signature works.
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The coffee table and many of the artist’s other furniture pieces in the tree series receive the title ‘Bilbao’ from the street in Santiago where the artist found a branch that had broken off a fallen tree. He took the branch to the shop where it is turned, twisted, and readapted so that it could get a new life as a table or shelves.
In 2016, Sebastian came up with ‘Bilbao Console’ which is quite similar to the previous design, but there is a slight difference in the quality and finish of the branches under the tabletop.
The distinctiveness of the console table lies in its legs that seem like a real branch of the tree without leaves supporting the table perfectly.
The black-colored table legs give a classy and rustic look to the interior of the room where the table is placed. If you love all things natural and want to infuse the essence of nature in your home, this is an ideal tree branch-inspired furniture piece. It is a perfect addition to your lounge, living area, or guest room.
The Chilean artist Sebastian Errazuriz allows the natural forms to dictate the majority of his furniture design, creating tables and shelves. His works have been displayed in various famous international design exhibitions and public art collections. The artist pursued his Master’s in Fine Arts from New York University and is currently based in NYC.
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