Called fifty-fifty because of its 50% timber and 50% air. Designed to make use of those smaller sections of timber associated with home-grown timber and smaller boughs, reconfigured with space to punch above their weight.
This table was first made in response to the design challenge presented at the Salisbury Arts Centre ‘one tree’ exhibition, where forty artists, craftsmen and designers were given one plank from which to create an exhibition piece.
Large version in elm.
Large version: 1815mm long, 355mm at widest bowing to 300mm at each end and 900mm tall.