The garden table seats 10 people. In summer, the family uses it as a breakfast and lunch table.
The design was inspired by a forest scene: moss and lichen covered forest rocks and stones, appearing as an architectural monolith, order and structure the space, becoming nodes in an imagined web connecting the thicket of trees.
As sunlight filters through the leaves of trees, continually moving spots of light appear on a rocky surface. This picture of nature is suggested by the table, simply through its form, colour and materiality. The meeting of materials and nature is due to the chamotte clay, painted in the colours of the forest, and the weathered grey colour of Acacia wood.
The table was created using a slab technique and made frost-resistant by firing.
Materials: glazed chamotte clay, acacia wood
Sizes: 100x350x85 cm