This coffee table is a unique and exciting, created by Kino Guerin. He is a designer from Canada who has been showing his work at the Architectural Digest Home Show. He gave the name of this furniture Why Knot Table. You must have been very impressed with this result. Here are some pictures that have been sent here by Kino Guerin.
Insipred by the oak barrels from cellars in Finger Lake, a talented woodworker Vincent Chicone created a Don Vino Table designed for Chicone Cabinetmakers. Found on HomeQn, the table has a highly elegant appearance. Blending tradition with modernity, Don Vino Wine Table comes with a solution for stylishly housing 16 of the best bottles a connoisseur wishes to put on display. When “filled up”, this product will have such an intriguing look, that it will certainly become the focal point of any living room. Interesting to observe from above, but also laterally, the vintage-inspired design is nothing less than charming. The total height of the table is 21 inches (53.3 cm), which makes it adaptable to a large variety of interiors. Being custom hand-built, the product’s price reaches $2400.
Here is the short description from the manufacturer:
The table has been inspired by the dynamism of a moving element, like the ribbon of a gymnast that vaults in the air designing natural and soft shapes. The base is made in Cristalplant, a hard, smooth and solid material, which is also very pleasant to the touch and eco-friendly. Its sinuous shape, synthesis of personality and elegance, perfectly matches the lightness of the glass top.
Here is the short description from the designer:
A pedestal dining table with a metal cage base containing the ballast that creates the structures stability.
Subverting the idea of traditionally hiding ballast in pedestal tables, most commonly sandbags, the dining table utilises an overt granite ballast as its focal point within a steel frame with ash surface.