Unconventional Maple Entry Table Exuding a Singular, Continuous Form
Coming up with an original table design is hard work nowadays, with so many creative models out there. The Maple Entry Table by young California-based Chance Coalter surprises and inspires. Just one of the many striking pieces in Coalters portfolio, the unconventional table was built using a technique known as brick-laying. This is the secret behind its singular, continuous form: The tables curved base section and legs are done with brick-laying, and the two top sections of the table are joined together with a large tenon, explained the designer.