Low maple table with glass leg from John Houshmand

June 27th, 2011 by retail design blog

John Houshmand, a company “dedicated to the eternity of trees”, have created an intriguing looking low table. Made from maple and glass, the furniture piece has a original organic look. Its asymmetry is truly charming and the the glass leg adds elegance. Here are a few words from the producers: “The wood has been maintain to uphold particular aspects and characteristics found within it. We have learned from experience that impossibility of guaranteeing the homogeneity of wood from one piece to the next. Much of the beauty that is found in one piece of wood is what facilitates the creation of each individual design. All wood has the potential to change with use and though time.” We believe that it is exactly this lack of homogeneity that ensures the attractiveness and magic of this design.

http://freshome.com/2011/03/23/original-looking-low-maple-table-with-glass-leg-from-john-houshmand/

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