Adding a piece to your interior furnishings that has age and provenance can often elevate interest, create a sense of timelessness and differentiate your space from what is currently trending. Owning something that is rare or hard to find can be exhilerating.
This dining table was custom designed by noted architect George Suyama and built by his collaborator, furniture maker Kurt Beardslee in 1995
Top is made of ‘Sapele Pommele”, a highly sought type of mahogany that resembles raindrops cascading down a pane of glass. This solid plank from the Ivory Coast is purported to be more than 250 years old.
The wood rests on a steel base, and is supported by sculpted resin legs