Thinking about next week’s invitation to the New York Times Taste of T at the Architects and Designers Building in New York City. I have never been before. Since I’ve already waxed poetic about kitchens and still I can’t get my mind off of food, I thought I would share some of my all time favorite dining tables.
S Table by Xavier Lust is made of Ecotek, which is low maintenance and recyclable. I love the sinuous curves–the purity of the white allows the table to be all about the form.
Steven Holl designed this magnificent Riddled Table with LED lighting for Horm. What could be more romantic than the interplay of shadows and light.
This is a great dining table for a couple that hosts lots of parties. Between fingerprints and sharp edges, I would not recommend it for families with young children. But I still love the simplicity of the lines–it’s clean and sculptural looking.
I love the detail of the stainless steel balls holding up the sandblasted glass top.
How could I resist this modern take on a classic Asian architectural motif?
Made of gloss finished polyurethane, this sinuous table comes in black or white. What a dramatic statement and no surprise from the master of unusual forms, architect and designer, Zaha Hadid.
The glass top floats above legs of stainless steel, ebony or walnut. I could picture this in a contemporary Manhattan apartment.
Hope you enjoyed this preview of next week’s dining experience. Can’t wait to let you know about Taste of T.