The level planes of Gary Magakis’ handmade, unique bronze Stacked Low Table reference the centuries-old stone walls that populate Magakis’ rural surroundings in Pennsylvania. The dense forms of the table are stacked in a cantilevered arrangement, lending the work a sense of weightlessness while enabling it to maintain a muscular visual power.
Inspired by Constructivism and Frank Lloyd Wright’s cantilevered rooms, Gary Magakis channels architectural elements in his work. Though at first glance the table’s geometric forms appear sharp, they are actually gracefully curvilinear. Magakis’ unique sculptural furniture was featured in the Financial Times’ How to Spend It in April of 2015.
As the artist works on a commission basis, custom dimensionality and finishes may be accommodated.
Dimensions: 15.5” H x 76” W x 30” W
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