Stainless Steel and Bronze

Designer Dan McCabe describes his “Two Faced” coffee table as strikingly modern and I totally agree. The juxtaposition between the austere stainless steel and ornate silicon bronze frame is very unique. There’s something creepy about it. Can’t quite put my finger on it but it beckons to be touched. Color me impressed. 16″ H X 52″ W X 20″ D


Designer: Dan McCabe

6 Comments

  • really interesting design, loving its aesthetics. I wonder what its comfort is like, very strikable piece for public areas I think it would work well.

  • really interesting design, loving its aesthetics. I wonder what its comfort is like, very strikable piece for public areas I think it would work well.

  • Tom Markowski says:

    it would work real well in a modern loft type space that tends to look more industrialized however for practicality there is only one addition i can think of and its to just put a simple glass plate so that the gaps don't in bronze frame don't interfere with functionality. If you want to even take a step further and keep the steel uncovered (obviously another would have to be introduced in another table) create a bit of a step up so the exposed steel can stay uncovered. Otherwise absolutely amazing

  • Tom Markowski says:

    it would work real well in a modern loft type space that tends to look more industrialized however for practicality there is only one addition i can think of and its to just put a simple glass plate so that the gaps don't in bronze frame don't interfere with functionality. If you want to even take a step further and keep the steel uncovered (obviously another would have to be introduced in another table) create a bit of a step up so the exposed steel can stay uncovered. Otherwise absolutely amazing

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