Proving that modernist tables need not be glass and metal to have functional and aesthetic impact, the Gueridon Table translates Prouvé’s highly architectural visual language into a warmer material palette. A three-legged solid oak base is constructed for maximum stability, with each leg cut on the diagonal and slanting outward for equal weight distribution and balance. Steel bracing takes the brunt of any torsional stresses applied to the table and firmly secures the base. Jean Prouvé proving that he really is an engineer of design.
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