Design | 25 Jul 2016
DOVER STREET, DEAN STREET AND MOUNT STREET
The W1 Tables and the material used for their manufacture establish a duality between the old and the new that turns these tables into true works of art. Named Dover Street, Dean Street and Mount Street, evoking a long walk through the elegant stretches of W1 District, in London, these tables have been worked by hand using scagliola - a centuries-old technique. This method, highly valued by art collectors, is the mixture of cementitious plasters and pigments that creates a marbleized surface.
Designed by the Moss and Lam studio and available in three sizes, the pieces can be used in a variety of spaces - bedrooms, living rooms, entryways - and equally combine perfectly beside an antique armchair or a minimal, modern sofa.
Text: Isadora Faustino
Photos: Rocky Choi