Skewed dining table
This collection of sleek tables are skewed by design, and named for the carpentry technique that angles wood into such irregular shapes. The tables’ skewed legs and free-flowing edges replace regularity with spontaneity, defying the uniformity typical of traditional furniture-making techniques. The tabletop for the side tables are made in standard sizes, but the surface of the dining table is proportioned to seat four diners. Every table leg is crafted individually to give each one a unique profile. The design reveals the appeal of organic shapes and their relevance to contemporary interiors. Designs like these interpret furniture as sculptural form, combining functionality with artistry and aesthetic expression.
Oiled cherry and steel joint parts