A mysterious playwright once suggested that a rose by any other name would smell as sweet. Whether we call it the Link, a waterfall, or a sled, coffee tables of this form speak to a sense of modernism comfortable with, but not rooted in, the western tradition. Here, Thomas Pheasant develops the idea that modernism can be an expression of doing more with less. The substantial cast frame has an organic bronze look, with a distinctive ashlar masonry pattern, and a floating clear glass top.
Equally original and eclectic, the Link is a versatile accent. Many owners will place it over a statement rug or a floor with unusual character. The Link has been scaled to receive the Paris ottoman.