This super smooth concrete dining room table is wrapped in a 2.5″ steel and accented with decorative forged metal bolts. The strong grey top sits atop a steel base, giving the ultimate industrial feel that’s both strong and minimal.
Sizes are customizable, but could result in slight increase in price. Typical lead time is 4-6 weeks.
Please contact me directly to find out shipping information. Shipments will be sent through private shipping companies. Price will depend on distance from LA and whether or not I have other shipments going your direction. Budget between $200 – $400 for shipping.- See more at: http://patrickcaindesigns.com/product/steel-westerly/#sthash.FpmHxZk8.dpufThis super smooth concrete dining room table is wrapped in a 2.5″ steel and accented with decorative forged metal bolts. The strong grey top sits atop a steel base, giving the ultimate industrial feel that’s both strong and minimal.
In 2012, the city of Santa Monica cut down one of its historic landmarks. This landmark was a 99 year old, 130-foot tall denali eucalyptus tree; the oldest and tallest of its kind in North America. (See here for more of the story: http://www.scpr.org/news/2012/09/14/34278/giant-eucalyptus-giant-no-more-santa-monica/)
The tree, in all its beauty and magnificence, has a small rotten core. A dark heart that, the city determined, compromised its entire integrity. And in fact, around the first or second week of August 2012 a branch fell. It crushed the car of a powerful CEO. The tree couldn’t stand any longer, it was a danger to itself and those around it. As it came down, I got wind of the removal. Today, this is the last table-ready slice of that historic tree.
Thickness is 2.1.″ Diameter is 39.” The legs are 13,” 15,” or 17″ inch nickel plated hair pin legs made in Los Angeles.
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The Vermont bench or coffee table is simplicity at is finest. The ultra clean design is simple, one slab of pine all the way around. You can literally trace the grain from the bottom of one leg, across the top and down to the other, that’s clean design.
But what makes the Vermont a bit different is how stable it is. Underneath the bench is a countersunk hidden steel skeleton. For the bench to break, you first need to break steel, so give it as much weight and rocking as you want… it’s not going anywhere.
As with nearly all my wood products this pine tree was reclaimed after being downed for some other reason. If I didn’t take it, it would have been headed to a wood chipper. The Los Angeles Urban forest is surprisingly thick, but not limitless, so upcycling is important.
The bench/coffee table is: 52″L x 16″W x 18″H
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