JAC side tables by gavin coyle
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dec 13, 2012
JAC side tables by gavin coyle


‘JAC side tables’ by gavin coyle
the set of JAC side tables

 

 

british designer gavin coyle has created a set of turned side tables using the distinctive grain pattern of douglas fir.
each piece uses one plank of timber which has been cut and stacked together in a particular sequence highlighting
the distinctive appearance of the annual growth rings. decorative patterns emerge as each consecutive piece is folded
upon itself allowing the grain pattern to flow from the bottom of the table to the top. these blanks are then machined
on a lathe to form geometric profiles before being finished with a white oil.

 

 


JAC side table 1

 

 


JAC side table 2

 

 


JAC side table 3

 

 


detail showing herring bone grain pattern

 

 


detail showing crown cut grain pattern

 

 


assortment of the different grain patterns with branded logo

 

 

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