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Atlas Side Table

Designed by Brad Ascalon

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Item Number: 1240
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Upon receiving a master’s degree in industrial design from Pratt in 2005, Brad Ascalon was recognized by Wallpaper* magazine as one of the “Ten Most Wanted” emerging designers in the world. He grew up immersed in art and design, with his grandfather and father both being sculptors. In creating this collection, he was inspired by Atlas, the Greek mythological character condemned for eternity to carry the heavens on his shoulders. Translating this into a physical object, Ascalon was intrigued by the challenge of making an elegant frame that could carry the weight of solid stone or thick glass. The Atlas Table (2012), like Atlas himself, exemplifies strength and endurance. Top made in China; base made in U.S.A.

  • Best of Year! We’re proud to announce that the Atlas Table received Interior Design magazine’s top honor for 2013 in the side table category

Designer

Brad Ascalon
Brad Ascalon

U.S.A. (1977)

Brad Ascalon was born into a design family. His Hungarian-born grandfather, Maurice Ascalon, was a sculptor, silversmith, industrial designer and inventor who founded a metal arts company in Israel in the 1930s, manufacturing decorative liturgical objects, before moving to the United States in the 1950s and settling near Philadelphia. (Maurice’s copper relief “The Scholar, the Laborer and the Toiler of the ...

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Dimensions

H 20" Diameter 21.5" Atlas Side Table

Materials

Solid North American black walnut base; solid marble or glass tabletop.

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