Sources: Tables

July 1, 2008
Chad Manley Design introduces the sin patri conference/dining table. With its knockout sculptural base, sin patri will set the stage for the most creative of spaces. The negative shape of clustered circles whimsically supports the stately solid mahogany tabletop, exemplifying Chad Manley’s extensive line of designer-built furniture that is made from the finest materials and hand finished to achieve a refined elegance.
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Lime Studio looks to exploit the real meaning of functionality within an object by pushing common design preconceptions through materials exploration.  Its triangular coffee table series are cut back to the bare minimum providing air and space around them. The soft geometric shape allows for endless patterns to be created. Tones of blue ceramic have been used for the table top with black powder coated legs.
Free Product InfoAndrew Muggleton designs and creates innovative, high-quality modern and contemporary furniture by bending and shaping exotic woods and blending other materials such as metal and glass to achieve the desired concept. Stainless steel supports are used at one end of the Interlocking Console Table—part of the Macassar Collection—which is a two piece Wenge table that fits together without glue and supports a ½-inch thick glass top. Other woods and sizes are available.
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Nucraft’s View Collection of contemporary occasional tables combines the crisp, clean qualities of glass and metal with the warmth of natural wood. The collection consists of square, rectangle, round, and demilune tables featuring thin, anodized aluminum legs and clear Starphire® glass tops to create a bold statement in both public and private settings. Combinations of multiple shapes, sizes and heights make View tables suitable for a wide variety of interior settings.
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