Made in Scottish ash the Prism Table is a triangular side table, strong but with an airy and delicate feel. It hides a secret delight in the astonishingly intricate prism shape of its legs that have been steam bent, tenoned and brought through the top to create a lovely end-grain detail. The triangular top has curved sides and a chamfered edge.
50cms (w) x 50cms (d) x 49cms (h)
The Angus Ross Furniture workshop is based in Aberfeldy, Perthshire where they transform local trees into exquisite furniture. Angus Ross trained as a furniture maker at Rycotewood College, Oxford. Influenced by his early studies in industrial design, Angus is inspired by structure in architecture and engineering. His work reflects this aesthetic and is characterised by pure flowing elegant lines creating forms which beautifully relate to their structural function.
Angus demonstrates a deep understanding of wood and draws on wood-working traditions which combine steam bending of green wood with traditional cabinet-making and precision digitally cut timbers. Angus Ross furniture work with local estates and mills to source Scottish hardwoods such as ash and cherry. They also source oak from their collectively owned bluebell wood, selectively felling trees as part of a sustainable woodland management plan designed to increase biodiversity.