by: Macmaster Design
The Wave Coffee table consists of four elegantly flowing laminations of birch ply and wood veneer. Based on two curves that mirror each other they intersect and interlock to form one solid unit that supports a rectangular glass top. The curves take inspiration from the form and motion of a Wave building to its peak. The viewer is captivated by the table as a sculptural statement as well as a functional piece.
Dimensions (cm): 130 (L) x 35 (h) x 80 (w)
Available in walnut and oak as standard - bespoke finishes are also available (please enquire)
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