Ash and cherry coffee table
Sam was taking a workshop with Audi Culver and Ivy Siosi at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts when he made this coffee table. His design was inspired by the landscape surrounding the school, “from the water, to the rolling moss-covered terrain, to the angled architecture on campus.” He split the top and elevated it off the base to give the illusion it was gently floating. He added texture along the angled sides of the top to inspire people to touch it.
ASH AND CHERRY, 16W x 32L x 16H
– Sam Giberson, Gardiner, Maine
Photo: Chelsea Ellis
From Fine Woodworking #290