The Paris Table is where traditional meets contemporary shapes.
It is an example of how contemporary shapes go along with traditional surface treatments. In the middle age, swords were submerged into linseed oil to make them stronger but also to protect the steel from rust.
In several layers, linseed was burnt into the steel to achieve a protective coat. The dark brown shade isn’t homogeneous areas where the heat got more impact, are darker. The color can range from gold to dark brown, even bluish shades can occur from the steel.
Bespoke table design for a 18th-Century Paris apartment that elegantly blends past and future.