This collection of tables draws inspiration from
contemporary architecture, sculpture and
research into the materials used, in particular the
natural properties of oxidization.
It is thus a case of combining ‘sustainable’ materials
such as stone or metal and making them
into an architectural shape.
The Oxydation tables combine a simple shape
with a complicated texture. They are a mix of
traditional techniques and highly advanced
As it oxidizes, metal can bring some unexpected
results: each table is naturally unique and one
will certainly discover a myriad of variations in its
Occasional table : top in oxidized metal (treated
with acid then heated) ; base in Tuscan stone.
Low table : top and base in oxidized metal
(treated with acid then heated).