De La Espada Matthew Hilton 395G Overton walnut – naval brass polished 300 × 100cm
Designer: Matthew Hilton
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395M 200 × 100 × H73.5 cm Pris ta kontakt med oss.
395L 250 × 100 × H73.5 cm Pris ta kontakt med oss.
395G 300 × 100 × H73.5 cm Pris ta kontakt med oss.
395J 350 × 100 × H73.5 cm Pris ta kontakt md oss.
Overton Table is named after the town in West Yorkshire, England, a county that inspires Matthew Hilton, with its rugged landscape and history of producing modernist sculptors. Every plank in the solid wood tabletop features beautiful joinery which Hilton devised for the CNC machine, allowing for greater table lengths, no longer bound by the height of the tree. The hardwood top is complemented by the cleverly engineered metal leg frame, and the metal detailing running through the centre of the tabletop.
Available in American black walnut, American white oak, or European Ash in a range of finishes. Legs and central tabletop detail in taupe or black anodised aluminium, or naval brass polished or brushed. Click on ‘Materials’ in the left hand menu for further information. NOTE 1: The metal legs are connected to a central support beam on the underside of the table made of the same timber as the tabletop. NOTE 2: This table is on a longer manufacturing lead-time than standard.
Assembly: Overton Table 200-350cm
Assembly: Overton Table 400-450cm
Matthew Hilton is an esteemed British designer whose eponymous product line expresses the technical knowledge and clarity of vision gained over three decades in the industry. Utilising robust materials that improve with the mark of age, Matthew Hilton creates timelessly beautiful, exceedingly functional products that are rigorously engineered. Every view of a design is valued equally, every aspect carefully considered, allowing for a sense of appreciation over time as new details are discovered.
“If you live with something, you might pick it up and look at the bottom. So the bottom of it is equally important. Every aspect is important because it is something that is going to stay in your life,” Matthew Hilton.