Teak from English school laboratory tops, oak from Scottish church benches, poplar from the London Patent Office.
13 pieces, various sizes
The Off-Cut table is made of 13 individual units, butted against each other to create one large horse-shoe configuration. Although the leg system stays the same each table top is a different shape, size and material; a unique variation that is result of the multi-faceted division of the surface. Three types of timber are merged together to create the surface. Off-Cut reflects the fact that a dining event is only ever complete when the different people around the table share the same experience.