Tecta Dining Table Made of Lava Stone, Solid Wood and Steel

by CMX | CarpinterĂ­a MĂ©xico Mexico

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Description

The design of the dining table that incorporates wood, lava stone, and steel in a contemporary style focuses on merging natural and modern elements to create a visually appealing and functional piece.
The table’s surface is crafted from high-quality wood, carefully chosen for its warmth, durability, and grain pattern. The wood brings a sense of organic beauty and a touch of traditional elegance to the design. Its natural imperfections and unique characteristics enhance the table’s overall charm.
Incorporated within the wooden surface is a section of lava stone, which adds a distinct and captivating element to the table. Lava stone, known for its textured surface and rich colors, introduces a touch of earthiness and ruggedness to the design. Each piece of lava stone is individually selected, ensuring that no two tables are exactly alike.
To provide support and stability, the table features a sleek steel frame. The steel is expertly crafted to complement the overall design and add a modern touch. Its clean lines and minimalist aesthetic create a sense of simplicity and sophistication.
The combination of wood, lava stone, and steel in this contemporary dining table design offers a unique blend of natural and industrial materials. The contrasting textures, colors, and finishes create an eye-catching and harmonious composition. This table not only serves as a functional surface for dining but also adds a touch of artistic flair to any space.
Overall, the design of this dining table harmoniously brings together wood, lava stone, and steel to create a visually striking and versatile piece that seamlessly blends natural elements with contemporary aesthetics contrast.

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We are an architecture & design firm based in Mexico City, since 2009 we specialize in the conceptualization and materialization of spaces and furniture characterized by their timelessness, solidity, and outstanding attention to detail. Head designer and studio director Ricardo Rodriguez Elias has demonstrated experience in private and commercial projects including the design of private apartments and houses, museums, offices, restaurants, and bars as well designing and developing custom-made pieces and furniture for a high-end market. CMX's work has been shown in architecture and design exhibitions in Asia, the Middle East, the Americas, and Europe, and has been published in various international media.
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