Apex Table: Apex uses a unique configuration of wood and steel to create a contemporary table with an architectural presence and the Fordius attention to detail. Rich has had this concept in his mind for a while and set out to design something that appeared to be floating, concealing a sturdy construction strong enough to stand up as a life-long functional piece. Match this table with the Apex bench, or alternative seating. Fordius furniture blends perfectly with varied décor styles.
Look out for: The smooth meeting of materials. Clean lines of the design. The contrast between the cool, monotone steel and the beautiful, organic, warm lines of the grained wood.
Rich says: From a distance, you can see the workings of the table. However, as you approach, these disappear leaving the illusion that the table top is balancing on the pinnacle of the legs.
We will automatically apply a 5% discount at check out to a table and bench combination bought on one order.
Design details and features:
- Pictured finish: Natural oak, gunmetal steel, plank (smooth), 6ft
- Table top is 1 metre wide and 4.5 cms thick
- Height to top 78 cms
- Height to underside 73.5 cms
- All metal feet come with floor protecting foam pads
- All benches are sized to fit within the footprint of the table when not in use
- The leading edges of the table top (top and bottom) have a small bevelled edge
- Weathered finishes are created on the top surfaces only – legs and component parts are smooth finished.
- The table features book-matched 8 cm legs
- The two individual sub-frame sections connect with the steel stretchers that run the length of the table
- Table top and leg components are sanded for the ideal level of absorption of Rubio Monocoat 0% VOC oil
- Light care is required to maintain the appearance of your Fordius furniture and ensure its longevity. Please refer to our care and maintenance page
*Allow 0.25 cm tolerance on all sizing
Please note that due to the natural characteristics of wood, there will be variations in the finish, the colour interaction and the grain