The table in the foreground has a surface of hand-made slumped glass with a radiating, explosive top, supported on a sheath base.
The table in the background is the first ribbon table and if you would like to read more about its conception click on this article written by Matthew for Good Woodworking magazine, January 2013.
Both these pieces were designed and made in response to an extraordinarily generous brief.
The sheath table is handmade slumped glass and elm.
The ribbon table is rippled ash.
The sheath table is 1500mm diameter and 740mm high.
The ribbon angel table is 2600mm long, 400mm wide at its widest, tapering to 250mm each end and standing 840mm high.
We have a new flat and we would like you to design what you would like to see…in seven places.