Designed by Tom Faulkner, the Ava Table features the silhouette is sharp, minimal, and strong, and very distinctive. There is a beauty that flows from its own geometry. It catches the eye, and provides a sense of subtle drama, without being overpowering. And this is the best hotel dining table, the one and only, AVA TABLE.
“My favourite thing about this table is its silhouette, and its geometric simplicity. It is wonderful to use bronze and marble – two elemental and classical materials in such a contemporary way” – Tom Faulkner, AVA Table.
The base is made of bronze with a dark patination. Faulkner designed this piece to be used within an entrance hallway or dining table. The AVA table can be made with many different and beautiful finishes on table tops including, marble, glass, slate, stone and wood.
AVA is constructed of three triangulated shapes, that appear to fall together, creating two tetrahedrons. They are welded together in such a way as to make an incredibly (and deceptively) strong table – with a very thin neck that is able to support a heavy glass top.
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