The Lyssna round dining table is a new addition to the Lyssna range utilising the unique and sinuous leg structure from the original rectangle version.
September 23rd, 2011
The Lyssna appears simple in form, however looks can be deceiving as the leg structure requires intricate and accurate joinery to be able realise such an organic shape in a timber format.
A subtle profile is used on the underside of the top so that a light appearance is achieved with no compromise to solidity. The Lyssna table provides a counter point to, but perfectly co-exists with the Yo chair, which is also a recent Tide release.
The Lyssna round dining table is available in a range of sizes and the standard timbers to choose from are American Oak, Walnut and Cherry. The American Oak version is also available in a range of stains – the version pictured features the Tide “Smoke” colour.
Each table is made to order, visit our website for more information.
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