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Andrew Martin Clement Dining Table

DT0041
£2,595.00

Andrew Martin Clement Dining Table

DT0041
£2,595.00
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Description

A stylish industrial dining table with a solid concrete top and wooden legs. The legs are constructed of three rectangular frames which resemble wooden stripes and join through the cement top, for a beautiful hint at nature combining with man-made.

Clement recalls the Brutalist architecture of the 1970s, which combined urban regeneration with psychological morale needed at a time of post war devastation. It flawlessly blends strength with cool, artistic detailing.

Delivery Information

Free UK Delivery For Orders Over £100

Fabrics and wallpapers 3-5 working days delivery.

Standard furniture 10-14 working days delivery.

Upholstered furniture in COM fabric 12-14 weeks delivery.

Dimensions

Height 77cm x Width 213cm x Depth 104cm

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Measuring for your new furniture

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