Yes, I also make furniture.
These tables was made for my furniture design class this past semester.
There is heavy influence from Ligne Roset furniture. I stumbled into their store and fell in love with one of their tables.
I recreated it with my own twist. I see inspiration from an avocado fruit. I cut out and beveled holes into each layer and used the remaining pieces to make a miniature side table. The Mini table can fit inside the Main coffee table and has dips in the shape that acts as a handle. The sharp beveling was done to emphasize the birch plywood layers. The legs are cut Aluminum rods that I bought at a local hardware store that were then polished and installed.
Since Birch-wood is very lightly colored, I stained the table ebony to bring out the birch grain and sealed with two layers of satin polyurethane.
The top image is the coffee table side view. The image under that is the mini table. The image to the right is take from above to show you the layers. The background image is a close up detail of the beveled holes.
I am sorry to say that there will be NO COMMISSIONS for this table.
Wood- Birch Plywood
Finish- Satin Ebony
Main Coffee table dimensions:
Length: 5 feet 3 inches
Width: 2 feet 10 inches
Height: 13 inches
Weight: 45 lbs