Maze Coffee Table - Salvaged Mango Wood

Rotsen Furniture

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The Maze Coffee Table is made with salvaged pieces of mango wood. These solid wood slabs are selected by Rotsen’s woodworkers based on the unique characteristics of the reclaimed wood, and assembled in a way that each table has a unique look.

Pieces of solid reclaimed wood slabs are mounted based on their natural grain and patterns, and connected to a box-like base in walnut finish. The Maze Coffee Table uses a 3/4" thick glass top.

The Maze collection was launched by Rotsen Furniture during the 2011 International Contemporary Furniture Fair. The Maze geometric design line includes cocktail tables, side tables, consoles and dining tables.

Rotsen Furniture designs furniture pieces integrating wood’s organic characteristics with a clean, graceful, modernist aesthetic. Our team of world class artisans and craftsmen works with rare solid woods, impressive single slab live edge lumber, and large book matched slabs, making unique and sophisticated furniture for residential and commercial projects worldwide.

Each piece is unique and can be customized per client’s specifications. For custom orders, please contact us by phone or email at

Materials: Reclaimed wood and 3/4" glass

Product Specifications

48" L x 48" D x 14" H
Tables, Coffee & Cocktail Tables, Furniture
Glass, Wood, Natural Material
Contemporary, Industrial, Mid-Century / Modern, Organic

Seller Locations

  • USA - FL - Miami
Ships From
miami, fl

About Rotsen Furniture

Denis lacerda interior designer

Highly sought-after, Instantly recognizable, individually hand crafted furniture.

Rotsen Furniture creates strikingly sculptural designs that take their unrivaled beauty from the combination of exotic woods and contrasting materials.

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