Henge Uses a Fusion Technique for a Mesmerizing Furniture Piece

 - May 17, 2018
References: henge07 & dezeen
The Oxymoron Table is a wooden dining table that boasts a curious technique of assembly, making it the epitome of elegance. The piece is designed by Henge's art director, Massimo Castagna. While the top is drafted with walnut, the legs are made of sand-casted bronze. The curiosity of the mesmerizing aesthetic lies within the fusion technique that is used to create the marble-like surface of the wooden dining table. The process, dubbed 'Forest Fusion,' is exclusive to Henge and includes cutting layers of walnut and reassembling them by hand. The furniture company calls the effect "micro-mosaic."

The Forest Fusion method of assemblage gives the wooden dining table a definite favoritism and stylistic versatility -- a one-of-a-kind marvel of design.