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"Mussidae Mensa" by Joshua Till

1,450.00
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"Mussidae Mensa" by Joshua Till

1,450.00
sold out

A stunning handcrafted coffee table that has 21 steambent legs all made out of beech and each sanded to a smooth finish coated in Satin Danish oil, presented in an organic arrangement and fixed with bolts.

A toughened 8mm bespoke plectrum shape glass sits upon the structure, finishing the overall table.

The size is roughly 870mm x 870mm x 400mm

 

All Joshua's stunning designs are made to order and will be with you in 4-8 weeks

UK postage costs included 

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A stunning handcrafted coffee table that has 21 steambent legs all made out of beech and each sanded to a smooth finish coated in Satin Danish oil, presented in an organic arrangement and fixed with bolts.

A toughened 8mm bespoke plectrum shape glass sits upon the structure, finishing the overall table.

The size is roughly 870mm x 870mm x 400mm

 

All Joshua's stunning designs are made to order and will be with you in 4-8 weeks

UK postage costs included 

Joshua Till is a recent Three Dimensional Design graduate whose practice is to design and make furniture incorporating traditional craft processes producing beautiful, bespoke items of furniture influenced by nature’s organic structures and forms.

Exploring the contrasting complex and simple structures within nature, inspiration for form comes through deconstructing and manipulating the original shapes and constructions of nature’s microstructures.

By incorporating the use of traditional steam-bending Joshua captures complex forms whilst remaining close to natural materials and ideals of traditional furniture construction, to create distinctive furniture that is not only functional but also aesthetically pleasing.  

Joshua’s goal as a designer is “to design and make beautiful and sculptural furniture that reflects on the beauty of nature’s natural forms. Incorporating the use of traditional crafts and furniture construction techniques”.