Amalgamating natural characteristics of the wood with graceful, modernist aesthetic, Rotsen Furniture has come up with a low table that can be used both as a cocktail and table. Dubbed as “Manteiga,” the coffee table assembles small pieces of cross-cut wood to illustrate minute details of the rich wood grains.
Measuring 48 x 48 x 13″ (LDH) in dimensions, the multifunctional table looks more like a Rubik puzzle or creative a piece of art. Made using a labor intensive technique, the hand crafted table comes in a variety of wood options, including vinhático, teak and mango, to let the users pick one according to their home decor.
Gathering wood from decaying bridges, old barns and demolished structures, together with well preserved fallen trees and sustainable plantations, Rotsen Furniture recycles the used wood to present a creative combination of contrasting materials. Offering a unique design, the trendy coffee table can be customized according to the individual needs and likings of the customers.
Via: Rotsen Furniture