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Live Edge Sycamore and Angle Iron standing conference table. 96L x 26W x 42H  The concept was to make a table that was a sort of 'landing pad' for laptops and smart phones with a hidden cable tray running down the center for charging cables.  This way, a group can be more free to interact, adjust their point of view and share more easily the contents of their screens instead of being locked in position by chairs.

Live Edge Sycamore and Angle Iron standing conference table. x x The concept was to make a table that was a sort of 'landing pad' for laptops and smart phones with a hidden cable tray running down the center for charging cables

Roost Acacia Slab Side Tables

A pair of side tables in walnut-stained acacia has great styling that fits into a myriad of settings. Thick slices of naturally aged acacia are each inset with an expertly carved, over-sized butterfly More Más

ever way you look at it, the result is pretty cool! PS: If you’re in the Netherlands, be sure to drop by Galerie Pouloeuff in Naarden where some of

What is this? A designed cube, a chair, or maybe a table? But it's so beautiful with the exposed wood, and the Kollektiv Plus Zwei founders Stefanie Högl and Matthias Borowski seem to have found that sweet spot between art, design and styling.

KIERAN KINSELLA works out of his one-man studio in upstate New York. Using fallen trees from around the studio, he turns and carves walnut, oak, ash and maple into side tables and stools. Using a handful of different forms, each stool remains unique to the characteristic of the natural material. Also available is a new collection of cast porcelain stumps in oxidation glazes.

KIERAN KINSELLA works out of his one-man studio in upstate New York. Using fallen trees from around the studio, he turns and carves walnut, oak, ash and maple into side tables and stools.