Design: Ben Fowler

Available in White Oak and Walnut.

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Springing from a very simple idea that the backrest and arm could be moulded from one piece and carry the structure for the four chair legs. This simplified and boiled down design is both expressive of its structure and inviting to sit in.

The way it is made means that it is solid and strong and it is also very comfortable because the structure allows for movement and flex.


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L 1250 mm W 500 mm  H 1200 mm

Dining table
L 1700 to 2350 mm W 850 mm H 730 mm

L 1500 mm W 500 mm H 730 mm

Console table
 L 1500 mm W 500 mm H 730 mm

H 820 mm  W 500 mm D 600 mm

Woodturning is central to British furniture craft, and turned legs give our Roundwood pieces their distinctive character. There is a nice detail where the turned legs join the top forming a delicate and expressive profile. As well as the tapering lathe-turned legs Roundwood combines two contrasting timbers. The legs and frames from white Oak are offset by the rich dark Walnut doors and side panels.


Table and cabinet sketch

The Roundwood dining table has our “spring leaf” extension mechanism. Our innovative design allows for the central extension leaf to be simply pop up from the middle of the table once the outer leaves have been opened. It is much more elegant and easier to use than the traditional methods of extending a table with no more trapped fingers and swearing as the table is extended.

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