Savage Design presents their furniture and home wares collections, combining performance and craftsmanship in metal work.
July 29th, 2013
This new coffee table from Savage Design is a contemporary interpretation of Manhattan’s famed street grid.
Slightly askew and missing the odd cross-street, the quirkiness of this design juxtaposes the regiment and order of the world’s most famously planned metropolis.
Visually-light, the use of toughened starfire glass and aircraft grade aluminium deliver a sturdy table that serves as a functional centrepiece to a home or commercial waiting area.
Savage Design’s collections are available now through Cafe Culture so you can now, with ease, specify the New York in either ‘Taxi Cab Yellow’ or sleek black.
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