Playing with perception and balance six legs are crossed in a splay of angles. This tangle of straight raw steel and wood deceives the eye and can support a glass or wood top. Shown here with a reversible elm top accentuating the natural curves on the inside of the table, or it can be rotated for a raw and natural outside edge. The legs are blackened steel tube commingling with straight sections of elm.
YEAR OF DESIGN
North American hardwood, stainless steel nuts, steel legs, water-based lacquer finish.
Standard hardwoods: ash, white oak, walnut, blackened oak and white-washed ash. Other woods available.
150cm x 76cm x 75cm (60” x 30” x 30”)
180cm x 80cm x 75cm (72” x 32” x 30”)
240cm x 90cm x 75cm (96” x 36” x 30”)
300cm x 106cm x 75cm (120” x 42” x 30”)
The Cross III table is available with straight slab tops, live-edge with the rough edge on the outside or interior of the table top or glass tops.
Also available as a desk or coffee table.