This elegant Brueton dining table has an impressive structural designed base. The large glass top rest on a chrome trellis cantilevered framework supported by four large pillar legs in brushed metal. The striking combination of metals adds to the tables distinctive appearance. The table was designed by the Tamarkin-Techler Group (Architects Cary Tamarkin and Timothy Techler) and manufactured by Brueton from 1987-1993. The all steel narrow designed base allows the table to easily sit 6 armchairs with plenty of space and comfort. It can also accommodate 8 regular side chairs. This table would also make a great conference table for an office or a display table for retail.
Although the Brueton dining table has a 42″ wide top, the narrow table base is only 25″ wide. This narrow design would allow for use as a console table or desk. Just add a 30″ wide piece of glass to the top and voila!
DESIGNER: Tamarkin-Techler Group
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: United States
MATERIALS: Brushed steel and chrome and .75″ thick glass top.
HEIGHT: 29.5 in. (75 cm)
WIDTH: 78 in. (198 cm)
DEPTH: 42 in. (107 cm)
CONDITION: Extremely nice condition with very minor wear consistent with age and use. There are some very minor scratches to the glass top. See photos for more details.