INSIDHERLAND’s Alentejo side table is a glimpse over the South of Portugal where thousands of cork oaks trees raise their canopies to the sky. Overlapped on branches opened in obtuse angles, the canopies are separated from their support bases, being gracefully balanced above the ground. These typical trees seem like tables spread across the horizon.
Choosing one of the four tops available, we approach the different seasons: Spring in a dark green lacquered, Summer in a sunburned tone of walnut marquetry, Autumn in an empty space of acrylic and Winter in the white hues of Estremoz marble.
The slender base in cast brass with patinated effect results of a careful sculpted work that highlights the natural details. Each root lightly touches the ground taking its own direction as shadows that vanish into the landscape.