Plank Table Series
CB-331 / CB-332 / CB-333 / CB-335
BassamFellows introduced the Plank Series as a response to a design challenge: how to make an incredibly lightweight table that would appear to almost defy gravity? Like some of the best modern architecture, the Plank Table challenges typical notions of structure, often inviting puzzled looks from those who wonder how it is able to hover so effortlessly.
The table’s innovative design formula uses a triangular structure that is independent of the rectangular geometry of the top, the Plank Table’s legs are thus minimized and the structural span is maximized. The result is a three-legged table with triangular cantilevers at each end, creating the illusion of a floating surface. Larger tables link two triangular structures back-to-back to form a zigzag pattern with four legs, achieving spans of up to 9 feet – the lightest possible visual to contrast the mass of the beautifully crafted solid wood plank top. The base is made of cold rolled true bar brass, oxidized to patina gracefully with age. Joints are hand welded.
Due to its slim-line silhouette, the table is eminently versatile and scalable. As a result the Plank Table is consistently selected by collectors worldwide for its sculptural simplicity and appropriateness in a myriad of settings. One collector commissioned the first Plank Table to use on the set of his British talk show. Later, the same table served as the communal dining table in his prestigious advertising agency. Today, the Plank Table is his executive desk. The Plank Table is a singular piece of striking simplicity and engineering prowess.
PLANK TABLE (CB-331)
28 3/8h x 70 7/8w x 35 3/8d
PLANK COFFEE TABLE (CB-332)
13 3/4 × 70 7/8w x 17 3/4d
PLANK SIDE TABLE (CB-333)
13 3/4h x 23 5/8w x 17 3/4d
PLANK CONFERENCE TABLE (CB-335)
28 3/8h x 107 7/8w x 43 1/4d
Materials: Solid Santos Rosewood, Teak, Walnut or Ash. Oxidized Brass Triangular Frame/3-Leg Base
- Lead Time
- 6-10 Weeks (Made to Order)
“Bassam and Fellows are proving that the Modernist master Mies van der Rohe was only partly right: Craftsmanship and style, as well as God, are in the details.” – Vitals