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Wood & Metal Coffee Table

Created by Carol Jackson
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The Greek letter "Phi" represents the ratio of length to width (1.618...) of a golden rectangle. A unique feature of a golden rectangle is that partitioning it into a square and rectangle results in another golden rectangle. Partitioning of each new golden rectangle can be repeated indefinitely. Quarter circles drawn within successive squares form a spiral pattern. Makore, a beautiful African hardwood, is used for the "Phi" table top where its quiet grain showcases a stunning aluminum spiral. Black grooves partition the top into successively smaller squares and golden rectangles. A base of ebonized ash and anodized aluminum echoes the spiral and the black grooves in the top.

A durable, water-resistant matte finish made from natural vegetable oils and waxes is earth-friendly and easily maintained.