Inspired by natural geometry.
An arboretum is defined as a large collection of trees and is typically created for the preservation of indigenous and rare species. Arbor is a common term in gardening that describes a shaded walkway for passersby.
And so we arrive at the Arbor Table. Taking cues from the algorithmic growth of trees with diverging forks that reach further and further towards the sky. There is a strict rigidity to the tapered metal supports that is balanced out by a randomness to their arrangement. Finishing the piece is an innovative tabletop surface made from circular glass tops that are tightly packed like a treetop canopy.
Arbor is a study of the geometry of trees and the many diverging lines that create them. Of particular interest to me was how the tabletop ended up; with smaller glass circles forming an overall organic look, while maintaining the clean order of the construction overall.
Powder coated black over stainless steel. Custom finishes available. Dimensions are 54" round x 30" high. Pricing available upon request.