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Words:
Ruth Slavid

Winner: Student Designer Award

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This modern circular dining table has a frame inspired by molecular geometry, made with contemporary stainless steel rods and contrasting classic oak junctures. The table top consists of constructional oak veneer and solid oak lipping.

The judges said: ‘This table has its own definite aesthetic. It is solid and it works, using a system that does not involve any screws. It is a robust piece of furniture.’ 


Designer Michael Stevenson

College/university Building Crafts College

Wood suppliers Blumsoms, Capital Crispin Veneer

Steel supplier Parker Steel

Wood species European oak


 

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Shortlisted: Milena
Shortlisted: Milena Credit: Designer Juan Junca College/university Building Crafts College
Shortlisted: One-Sheet Dining Chair
Shortlisted: One-Sheet Dining Chair Credit: Designer Terry Davies College/university Rycotewood Furniture Centre
Shortlisted: Velo Chair
Shortlisted: Velo Chair Credit: Designer Jan Waterston College/university Rycotewood Furniture Centre

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