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This mirror topped concrete coffee table
references the core-drill patterns of blasted
stone. When stone formations are dynamited
to build roadways, these patterns are
left as permanent scars on the landscape.
Reinterpreted here as a textural element, the
pattern also recalls the crude formwork of
brutalist architecture. Concrete between the
cylindrical flutes is broken away mechanically
at random, creating this unique texture. This
piece is suitable indoors and outdoors.
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