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Item No. 100118955

Doubleframe™ Table

$3,995.00
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Item No. 100118955

Doubleframe™ Table

$3,995.00

1 Size
Oak
Walnut
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  • 29" H 92" W 36" D
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Designed by Michael Anastassiades
Doubleframe™ Table
$3,995.00
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After being schooled in industrial design and engineering at the Royal College of Art and Imperial College in London, Michael Anastassiades founded his studio in 1994. His pieces, which fall somewhere in between industrial and sculptural, can be found in hotels, restaurants and shops worldwide, including the SoHo House New York, the Grand Hôtel Stockholm and Sergio Rossi boutiques. Giving a nod to the classic Parsons table, Anastassiades focused on materials, craftsmanship and timelessness when creating his sleek Doubleframe Table (2018). “I wanted a table that would be as relevant to our lives now as it will be in the future, as it could have been in the past,” he says. “The language of it is so distilled.” Available with a wood or marble top set in a wood base, it has a twofold character, hence its name. Small size seats 6–8 people, large size 8–10. Made in Canada.
General Dimensions
  • 29" H 92" W 36" D
Assembly Requires Assembly
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.
Lifestyle
  • Family friendly
70" Wide

70" Wide

  • Height (in): 29
  • Width (in): 70
  • Depth (in): 36
92" Wide

92" Wide

  • Height (in): 29
  • Width (in): 92
  • Depth (in): 36
  • Oak, walnut or Carrara marble top
  • oak or walnut base

Michael Anastassiades

Michael Anastassiades’ work, with its focus on proportion and material honesty, celebrates the physical presence and enduring quality of an object. “What makes an object survive time?” he wonders. “Can it become more beautiful as it ages?”

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