Designer Lee Kirkbride always has a tape measure in his hand, useful for the exacting measurements required for his latest design, the Pelutho low table.
The Pelutho low table is an exercise in advanced wood engineering. The table is made from solid ash, yet is very light in both appearance and actual weight. It features a rectangular top with rounded edges and a structural base of cylindrical wood.
The design is distinguished by its base, with inward leaning supporting legs and semi-circular end joints that give the table structural rigidity.
The form of the Pelutho is particularly distinctive, both recognisable and somehow remote. Made in the EU.