TREE TABLE

2008 Crespon tree, stainless steel and glass top Base: 29”h x 150”l x 43”w (73.6cm x 381cm x 109cm x 80cm)  Glass: 165” x 43 1/4” (420cm x 110cm) The Tree Table questions the historic paradigm of using wooden boards to create a table. It proposes that no matter how beautiful or sophisticated our designs might be, the shapes we find in nature are often more mysterious and intriguing. In a simple act, Sebastian ErraZuriz lays a tree horizontally, laser-cuts its branches to height, and places a glass on top. Humberto Campana of the Campana brothers, a noted Brazilian design duo, would later admit to ErraZuriz during a dinner conversation that this was one of those designs he envied and wished he had conceived.

2008

Crespon tree, stainless steel and glass top

Base: 29”h x 150”l x 43”w (73.6cm x 381cm x 109cm x 80cm)  Glass: 165” x 43 1/4” (420cm x 110cm)

The Tree Table questions the historic paradigm of using wooden boards to create a table.
It proposes that no matter how beautiful or sophisticated our designs might be, the shapes we find in nature are often more mysterious and intriguing. In a simple act, Sebastian ErraZuriz lays a tree horizontally, laser-cuts its branches to height, and places a glass on top. Humberto Campana of the Campana brothers, a noted Brazilian design duo, would later admit to ErraZuriz during a dinner conversation that this was one of those designs he envied and wished he had conceived.

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