Conference Table in Rosewood and Brass France 1970s
Dining table, in rosewood and brass, France 1970s.
The most important facet of this large table is the fact that the topic is executed from one piece. Furthermore, this large conference table features a sculptural brass base. The table is equipped with two triangle-shaped legs that point inwards, by means of this construction the brass base can easily hold the thick rosewood top. The top shows a repetitive pattern in the rosewood that is created by means of inlayed veneer. The table comes from a government building in France and was custom made for this building.