Constantinople table set
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A nesting table set of polarizing features, originally inspired by today’s political arena of dividing sides.
The ancient city of Constantinople, now current day Istanbul, is known as one of the most polarizing cities in the world, with a history of diversity and contradictions. It is a melting pot of culture, art, and architecture. In today’s global political arena, Kirk Van Ludwig muses over how nice it would be for opposites to somehow get along.
The Constantinople nesting tables demonstrate how two objects very different in geometry, colour, weight, and materials, can cohesively work together. The whitened Ash round sits on three asymmetrical acrylic one-inch thick legs while the torched Vancouver Island Douglas Fir square sits on two one-and-a-half-inch acrylic legs slightly offset. The result is a harmony of carefully considered materials and shapes. Designed by Kirk Van Ludwig.
- Group of two - 'round' and 'square'.
- Whitened Ash, 32" diameter, 15.5" high.
- Douglas Fir, torched, sustainably sourced on Vancouver Island, 36" square, 12.5" high.
- Finished in natural oil and wax.
- Clear acrylic legs.
- International shipping please inquire.