Twin Tables by Sun at Six


Twin Tables, consisting of the Oyster and Wave Tables, are designed by Brooklyn-based studio Sun at Six. Both the Oyster and Wave tables were designed around the feel of natural wood characteristics present in only solid wood – knots, nooks, crannies, and all the features that make wood feel warm and natural. These features were paired with shapes eliciting strong tactile feedback to draw even more attention to hand feel.

dark wood dining table with unique bulbous legs

Oyster 98″ Dining Table

The Twin Tables are also designed around shape and negative space – with the legs themselves as well as the negative space between legs forming both their own shape. Sun at Six uses only sustainably sourced woods, which are air-dried, hand-sealed, and carefully kiln-dried according to their own recipes, and finishes their work using their own tenna oil. They’re available in Black, Nude, and Siena.

“When you perceive a mottled brick wall via your sense of sight, you already have expectations about how that wall will feel to the touch. We wanted to trigger the sense of touch via sight alone” said Sun at Six creative director Antares about the Twin Tables.

side view of dark wood dining table with unique bulbous legs

Oyster 98″ Dining Table

end view of dark wood dining table with unique bulbous legs

Oyster 98″ Dining Table

closeup side view of dark wood dining table with unique bulbous legs

Oyster 98″ Dining Table

closeup end view of dark wood dining table with unique bulbous legs

Oyster 98″ Dining Table

Front shot of the 98" Wave Dining Table as part of the Twin Tables Collection

Wave 98″ Dining Table

angled side view of dark wood dining table with wavy legs

Wave 98″ Dining Table

end view of dark wood dining table with wavy legs

Wave 98″ Dining Table

side angled view of dark wood dining table with wavy legs

Wave 98″ Dining Table

closeup view of dark wood dining table with wavy legs

Wave 98″ Dining Table

side end view of dark wood dining table with wavy legs

Wave 98″ Dining Table

Photography by Sun at Six.

Leo Lei translates his passion for minimalism into his daily-updated blog Leibal. In addition, you can find uniquely designed minimalist objects and furniture at the Leibal Store.



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