A five to six seater table, constructed using classic timber joinery. The joints in the table top are assigned to allow the planks to move and will appear unequal as the table ages. This is not a flaw. It is a hallmark of timber construction.
Everything about this six to eight seater table is unabashedly “solid timber”. From the end grain of the table legs visible at the top, to the articulation of the planks at the corners, the design of this table conveys a deep understanding of the material and its behavior.
Constructed entirely using solid timber and timber joinery, this table seats six and can be extended to seat eight. Additional leaves used for extending the table top are stored within the understructure.