Lyndon unveils coffee table by Mark Gabbertas

Another successful collaboration between Lyndon by Boss Design and award-winning furniture designer, Mark Gabbertas, has unveiled of a striking new low coffee table to add to Lyndon’s exquisite table collection.

Harnessing Lyndon’s renowned expertise in handcrafting timber with the design vision of Mark Gabbertas, the 120 table is a fusion of classic and contemporary design that is destined to complement a range of executive reception and hospitality interiors.

The table takes its inspiration from a bold yet elegant three-way leg split that preserves a 120-degree angle. It is this defined shape, lines and form that were to inspire the name of the table. To further emphasise the natural beauty of this product and to showcase the crafted joints and solid timber under frame, a 12mm toughened circular glass with a bronze tint and polished edges provides a refined and poised arrangement. Sitting at 380mm high, the table is available in a choice of European Oak or American Black Walnut, with the option of a coloured painted frame.

Commenting on this latest collaboration, Mark Gabbertas said: “The 120 Table is an exercise in geometric simplicity…..the solid wood frame supports a round bronze tinted glass top which is secured to the frame. The glass allows the geometry of the frame to be apparent and also detail of the frame to be visible. Specifically, the frame is divided into three equal sections that meet in the centre via a precision milled wooden junction.”

Mark continues: “The simplicity of the design allows this table to be paired with a number of Lyndon collections.”

Lyndon by Boss Design’s Managing Director, Tim Armitt said: “We are delighted to have teamed up with Mark Gabbertas once again. The 120 table is testament to Mark’s extraordinary design ability, combined with the degree of craftsmanship that goes into creating every piece of Lyndon furniture. Combined with its refined aesthetic, we are confident that this latest table will meet the demands of any commercial space.”