This table was done mostly to keep myself busy. 
Certain proportions are based on the golden mean.

I wanted to do a table with more geometric forms and try my hand at a cabinet with sliding doors for the first time. The top is all one piece and cut with miters to provide several cascades with continuous grain. The final cascade provides a small shelf for storage or, if placed against a wall a nook for books.

The cabinet doors were cut from a single sheet of red oak plywood for a dynamic and matching grain pattern.

The bottom of the legs are slightly chamfered for visual lightness.

Materials include:

maple plywood and red oak plywood with peruvian walnut details for the cabinet
white oak for the top
cherry for the legs

It is 31" high, 36" long and 11" wide.

1 comment:

darlene said...

great photography of a beautiful piece