Salvaged timber door frames from one construction site, (Before)
       
     
Detail of 'Debris' table top, (After)
       
     
View of 'Debris' table showing its hexagonal shape, (After)
       
     
Close-up view of '18+3' side table
       
     
Overall view of '18+3' side table
       
     
Vessels in baltic plywood and salvaged timber and brass plate
       
     
Salvaged timber door frames from one construction site, (Before)
       
     
Salvaged timber door frames from one construction site, (Before)
Detail of 'Debris' table top, (After)
       
     
Detail of 'Debris' table top, (After)

The 'Debris' table is made from salvaged timber door frames from one construction site. The connectors between each timber section are baltic plywood pieces. The base is made of steel.

View of 'Debris' table showing its hexagonal shape, (After)
       
     
View of 'Debris' table showing its hexagonal shape, (After)
Close-up view of '18+3' side table
       
     
Close-up view of '18+3' side table

The baltic plywood is 18 mm thick. The steel plate is 3 mm.                                       Hence the name '18+3' side table.

Overall view of '18+3' side table
       
     
Overall view of '18+3' side table
Vessels in baltic plywood and salvaged timber and brass plate
       
     
Vessels in baltic plywood and salvaged timber and brass plate