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Coil Console by Derek Hennigar (Wood Console Table)
Coil Console by Derek Hennigar. This airy and graceful table reflects aesthetic line married to pure function. A continuous coil of walnut spirals between the top and bottom frames, creating the table's structure and elegant curves. Created through steam-bending and laminating techniques, the coil attaches to the frames with sturdy integral connections. Topped with framed 3/8
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Ghenwa Soucar - "De-lamination Table" Material: Red oak Process: Steam bending and glue lamination Originally inspired by an overlapping wave pattern, this table combines two simple two-dimensional curves to develop a complex three-dimensional form. The piece consists of four layers that appear to delaminate like a flexed deck of playing cards. Each of the four layers consist of three laminations of red oak that were steam bent, then glue laminated to lock in the final form.
Curvaceous Mirror by Glenn Ward (Wood Mirror) | Artful Home
Sensuous curves and undulating lines define this striking mirror. Crafted in solid wood, the frame will develop a rich patina over time, adding to its warmth and character. Finished mirror smooth, it is satisfying both to the eye and to the touch. This mirror is very flexible and can be hung in a variety of positions due to the four cleats on the back. Try it horizontal, vertical or slanted. $840.00