The ‘Ocean’s Edge’ dining table is part of an ongoing body of work utilizing a CNC router to digitally sculpt oceanic waveforms moving across planar wood surfaces. The undulating surface that rises out of and dips into the center of the table was developed in CAD by ‘lofting’ a sequence of tide curves sourced from the entrance of the San Francisco Bay.
Year Completed: 2012
Materials: Sugar Maple, Black Walnut, Water-Based Stains and Finishes
Dimensions: 56" Ø x 30" h
If you are interested in how this table was made, you can view a slideshow of the Fabrication Process in a separate post.