The Expose coffee table consists of complex lamination’s of birch ply and wood veneer, which interlock at angles to form a three-point leg structure that supports a toughened glass top. The birch ply is left exposed on the edges forming a pleasing contrast with the surface veneer and ensuring that the design remains true to its materials. Bespoke finishes can be specified this coffee table can take pride in most homes or commercial spaces with timber elements standing strong in both environments
The Iris light below – The ‘Iris’ inspired leaves are elegantly curved and distanced to produce a perfectly proportioned pendant feature. The ambient light casts pleasing shadows and glows warmly against the sets of leaves giving them definition and character.
Nest Coffee table below
Designed by ‘2009 Young Furniture Designer of the Year’ and launched by MacMaster during the Autumnal London Design week the design utilizes solid timber ‘sticks’ to produce an intricate and engaging form. The structure is built randomly from multiple lengths of solid timber (without a template) and is fixed rigid to support a toughened glass surface. The Nest Coffee Table is handmade to order in MacMaster’s Worcestershire workshop and is available in a variety of timbers. Due to the hands-on approach to manufacture, the dimensions of the Nest Table can be altered to suit bespoke requirements. MacMaster Design