At GRAY, we get a kick out of discovering things and exclaiming, "That's so Northwest!" That's how we feel about the new series of tables from Vancouver's Autonomous Furniture Collective. The 1970 Table, designed by Kirk Van Ludwig, is a cocktail table made from yellow cedar burl sourced from a private collection that has been in storage since the 1960s (we also love it when design gets mysterious). The acrylic legs make it look like the table is floating, which speaks to the there-but-not-there, contemporary-but-naturalistic look we got goin’ on in the PNW. Each table is one of a kind, due to the vintage tops, so hurry because the mystery wood won't last forever!
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