If you're desperately trying to find the perfect eclectic coffee table to complete a room, this is definitely it. This amazingly crafted coffee table was inspired by the 12th century temples at Angkor Wat in Cambodia.
A magical place, Angkor Wat is the epitome of nature and forgotten architectural gems mixed together with deep jungle roots, branches and moss. Not as messy, but just as special, this eclectic coffee table will give any room it occupies history and culture. It will also set the mood for intellectual conversation about adventure travel and historic tribes and cultures.
The multiplex birch wood structure is veneered in black dyed wood and has one leg imitating a branch which is veneered in oak. The Angkor Table Design Collection is designed by Paris-based Olivier Dollé.
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