When Christian and Daniel sat down to talk collaboration, they knew they wanted to combine wood and metal. More importantly they knew they wanted to combine them in a way that pushed the materials’ boundaries, as well as theirs. After much experimentation, lots of burned wood (and a few burned fingers) they landed on a novel process of casting molten aluminum up against the finished wooden top to create the final leg.
The combination of these two materials under such high heat creates a third element - the seared seam, an unpredictable organic line juxtaposing the rectilinear planes that make up the rest of the table. This relic of the intensely hot casting process tells the story of how the piece came to be and makes each piece a one-of-a-kind.
Top and three legs are made of solid, locally sourced, reclaimed heart pine. All components are hand waxed.
note: shades of stains will vary from application to application due to the varying character of the wood