Constantinople table set
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The city known as Istanbul has been the site of human settlement for approximately 3000 years. During the Roman occupation it was known as Constantinople. There is no more polarizing city in the world, with a history of diversity and contradictions. Sitting on the crease between Europe and Asia, ruled in the past by both Muslim and Christian regimes. It is a melting pot of culture, art, and architecture. In today’s global political arena, how nice it would be for opposites to somehow get a long. The Autonomous Constantinople table by designer Kirk Van Ludwig demonstrates how two objects very different in geometry, colour, weight, materials, can cohesively work together. Made to size and fit your environment, The whitened Ash round sits on three asymmetrical acrylic 1” thick legs while the torched Vancouver Island Douglas Fir square sits on two 1 1/2” acrylic legs slightly offset. A harmony of carefully considered materials and shapes. Designed by Kirk Van Ludwig.
- Group of two, 'circle' - 'square'.
- Ash and Douglas Fir (shown) with oil and wax finish.
- Clear acrylic legs.
- International please inquire.