Aries

This is a humorous approach of taking a piece of nature into a home with hand-detailed faux ram's horns. The center and end tables are in Walnut-finished smooth turnsole top or in Midnight Blacktab Shell top.

 

Designed by Luisa Robinson

 

Echelon

This cantilevered occasional server table that can slot in over a sofa arm or seat, literally comes with a 'twist'. The base is in polished stainless steel and the top can either be in textured turnsole twigs, natural coco twigs or in natural sika.

 

Designed by Luisa Robinson

 

Ent

Masquerading as splintered tree trunks, these occasional tables in high and low versions, add interest and a natural vibe to any room. Hand-laminated in our proprietary material - smooth turnsole, it can be finished in Black Oak, Birch or Walnut.

 

Designed by Vikki Rodriguez


Erised 

Named after the magical mirror in Lord of the Rings,  this table is constructed of sturdy wood frame and laminated with mirrors on its top and sides. The legs and stretchers are made of Philippine Mahogany.

 

Designed by Luisa Robinson

Equinox

The sleek silhouette of this sexy hourglass table base is hand-inlaid in rich natural brown coconut slivers called coco sticks. Natural brown cracked coco shell and a stainless steel metal ring are the focal points on the table top.

 

Designed by Luisa Robinson

Gaia

This collection design immediately gives the notion of rattan plucked out of its natural environment. The use of rattan with skin in its natural color gives an unmatched feeling of honesty in the design.

 

Designed by Paula Rodriguez 

 


Garbo

Named after an Esperanto word meaning "sheaf", this sleek, classic-shaped tables have a unique, harmonious form that is created by welding a series of curved vertical polished stainless steel rods or spokes to circular top and bottom frames.

 

Designed by Luisa Robinson

Jigsaw

Its wave-like shape and individually hand-laminated natural sika rattan in sunburst pattern, give this table design its unique character. While best viewed as a four-piece center table, it can also be taken apart and flexibly used individually or as two, three or four small tables to suit your unique seating and available space.

Kube

This stunning accent table design is a perfect mix of modern geometry and traditional material. The table is clad in genuine full-hair cowhide with its colors alternated creating a harlequin effect around the faces. 

 

Designed by Paula Rodriguez 


Madison

A stylish and stable occasional table that communicates lightness, this two-tiered slot-in table is a practical and space-saving addition to any living room.

 

Designed by Luisa Robinson

 

 

 

 

Minuet

Serene in their simplicity, with effortless modern lines, these tables are made with leaf-and-floral-patterned embossed leather laminated on its top and finished Ebony. The table bases, in polished stainless steel, all interact to produce clean, elegant lines.

 

 

 

Nubia

Although a perfect match for the chairs, the unique curvaceous dining table base in Rosewood can stand alone in a contemporary or traditional setting. This table collection which comes as a rectangular or square dining table and a center table is a popular seller.

 

Designed by Luisa Robinson


Odea

Named after the enigmatic island from Shakespeare's The Tempest, this table collection with its unique shape is really a good 'odea'. The enigma comes in its clever construction - Walnut veneer laminated over bent aluminum that combines the minimum of material with the maximum rigidity. 

 

Designed by Paula  Rodriguez 

Pasha

This three-tiered best-seller wood table with polished cast aluminum accent on the feet, can fit in a variety of room settings. The top is hand-inlaid in rich natural coconut twigs in sunburst pattern.

 

Designed by Luisa Robinson

 

 

 

Silas

Embellish your home and transform it into a sylvan sanctuary with this interesting collection. The frame of this design is made out of metal tubing. Indian turnsole twigs are then bunched together, twisted and laminated by hand over the metal tubes making it look like branches but only stronger.

 

 


Sheaf Of Wheat

As original designer and manufacturer of this highly sought collection, we bring back to life the classic Sheaf of Wheat tables. This mid-century modern sculptural piece is made of palasan rattan poles over a wood base and cinched in the middle by a braid of rattan. 

Treepod

Blurring the boundaries between art and design, this Art Deco occasional table has taken nature as its muse. The hammered metal look on the wrought iron base is achieved by the use of resin. 

 

Designed by Luisa Robinson

 

Twiggy

Looking like a formation of tree branches, this collection is actually made of varying sizes of metal tubes, welded together and intricately hand-laminated with natural turnsole twigs.

 

 

 


Tuskany

This collection exudes an unexpected theatrical air. Multiple tusks, made of steel-reinforced cas resin, intricately hand-finished, serve as base. 

 

Designed by Luisa Robinson

 

Twist

The modern shape of a quadratic spin previously done in deconstructivist architecture, is now realized in furniture - a dining table with a twisted base, and a storage table with stainless steel base.

 

Designed by Luisa Robinson

Woodrich

This space-saving unique nest-of-two tables breaks with convention by pairing an oval table in natural Rosewood and a round table in rich Walnut Burl.

 


Zazu

Inspired by Brancusi's 'bird in flight' sculpture, this set-of-three accent tables with varying heights, can be put together an infinite number of ways or used separately.

 

Designed by Vikki Rodriguez 

 

 

 

 

Zac, Zoe & Zola

Stop people in their tracks with this neo-classic occasional table collection with a beveled mirror top and spindle base finished in a vibrant high-gloss palette that is unexpected. 

 

Designed by Luisa Robinson

 

 

Trivet

Decorated with eye catching movement and motif, Trivet is a showcase of the infinite patterns designed from natural materials. Trivet functions as a nesting tray table, and/or platters.

 

Designed by Paula Rodriguez

 





Iris

 

A modern interpretation of a classic  Filipino weave, Polypeel is hand woven to create an unusual pattern locally known as 'tapirao' (propeller). This is wrapped around the steel frame of this inviting seating and dining collection.

 

Designed by Luisa Robinson

Woodstuck 

 

Like a cluster of trees in the forest, this table collection is crafted with our pioneering material - tree vines called Wild Liana in natural finish. It has a rough elegance that adds a story and appeal.