MoMA dining table
This is the first inter-active table that William Earle has designed since the ‘Nude Descending Table’,
commissioned by SFMOMA in 2010.
The beam slides through the tenon – the base can be symmetrical or not.
(Shown here in an asymmetrical configuration)
Pictured in teak. Available in any ‘suggested finish’ or one of your own.
Glass top is an oval, 8′ × 4′. (Glass is not included in this listing, to allow the buyer to source the glass locally.
Glass may be included at buyer’s request.)
Drum – 28’
Beam – 11.25″ × 4″ 78"
In 2007, the curator of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum Deemed William the American Minimalist.
He is celebrating 25 years working alone in in his Northern California Studio.
Custom dimensions and finishes available.
A personalized label is also available.
- Depth: 48 Width: 96 Height: 29
- Lead Time
- 4-6 Weeks
About William Earle
Deemed the American Minimalist by the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in 2007,
William is celebrating his 25th year hand-crafting his elegant tables ,
working alone in his northern California studio.