Christopher Specce's Windsor Chair and Farm Table capture the solid charm of their namesakes, while simplifying these icons to their most basic structures. A quintessentially American object, the traditional Windsor chair was an immigrant that flourished
when Colonial craftsman imparted it with a grace uncommon to its British ancestry. Matter's minimalist offering proposes that the traditional American Windsor chair was a prototype for Modernism; efficiency, utility, and material and structural integrity
are intrinsic to any Windsor chair's aesthetic merits, and with this new design, ornate turnings and sculpted surfaces have been removed to reveal the purity and timeless appeal of this composition. With the Farm Table, the spindle turnings and subtle sp
lay of the Windsor Chair have been translated into an ideal companion that recalls the sturdy 4-legged tables that have been appreciated for centuries for their versatility, handsome looks, and durable build. The Farm Table features a maple frame with op
tions for a marble or wood top.