The Ponte Table by Strala Boasts a Striking Architectural Base

By: Meghan Young - Published: Sep 25, 2012 • References: & design-milk
The Ponte Table looks like it took some cues from the classic post and beam style of older building structures. The striking base is completely made out of wood. But instead of the common simple legs that people are used to seeing, the Ponte Table boasts sharply angled supports that are stunningly sculptural in an architectural way.

Designed by Strala, a studio based in Zurich, Switzerland, the Ponte Table features solid oak beneath a glass tabletop. Despite the detail of the base, the Ponte Table has an overall minimalist aesthetic that will allow it to complement just about any existing home decor, be it traditional or modern. Put together with only six screws, it is easily assembled and disassembled for portability. Stats for Post and Beam Furniture Trending: Older & Warm
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