bent wood tables by richard woods + sebastian wrong
bent wood tables by richard woods + sebastian wrong bent wood tables by richard woods + sebastian wrong
dec 15, 2012

bent wood tables by richard woods + sebastian wrong

bent wood tables’ by london-based designers richard woods + sebastian wrong, were influenced by the steaming process for their collection of furniture pieces on show at galerie VIVID during design miami 2012. a method still used today in udine, italy, where long planks are soaked to create curved and warped elements. the duo wanted to feature the raw, hand-crafted components as animated forms which are typically never seen in this way outside of the manufacturing process. woods’ colorful grain patterns were then applied to the surface of the fragments and then were stacked one on top of each other like tires in a mechanic shop. the units are available in four combinations,  in edition of 8, and two sizes.


colored glass top with a multicolored bottom
bent wood tables by richard woods + sebastian wrong for design miami 2012
VIVID edition of 8 + 2 A.P
printed birch wood and colored glass
51 x 51 x 65 cm; 25.6 x 25.6 x 21.3 inch



layered tones of yellow, orange and red



an all white edition with a yellow top



bands of grey and white are accented with a red cover



detail of bent, printed plywood



collection being constructed at the designers’ studio



pieces on show in design miami 2012
image © designboom



image © designboom

  • Please, I want too now the price off the bent wood table, and where can I buy them, thanks


    Ronnie says:
  • I would like to know prices and sizes? Also how and where I can the tables? Thanks!

    Douglas Meijer says:

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