Designed to emulate the shape of a surfboard, the solid marble dining table measures 4 meters long. Cut from 2 slabs of 40mm thick stone slabs, a visible joint is expressed as a diagonal detail across the width of the table. 6 solid columns of marble support the weight of the table. The unique piece was manufactured directly from the stone’s quarry and finished in South China.
An elaborate double curvature form made possible through the use of a stone CNC machine. Honed edges against a polished tabletop with solid marble structural support.
Straw Marquetry, an art deco furniture making technique informs the making of the table top where sheets of African Ebony veneer is layered to form a revolving pattern. The perimeter edge is clad with segments of solid Ebony timber, tapering to a 12mm dimension.