When we walked into the splendid palace house at nr. 1 Sagasta street we couldn´t help but look up in awe and admire how the massive heritage rooflight would let the ever shining gaditan sky be part of the main patio. Even in a derelict state as it was, with windows and doors secured shut, the place would still look charming and welcoming.
We observed the iron structure holding the glass with mezmeration for endless seconds. Triangular and trapezoid shapes around a massive octogonal crowning.
We wanted to make a scandi style table and went ahead with that but we decided to honour the beloved rooflight of the building where the timber belonged with the peculiar shape of the legwork.
The tabletop is actually really chunky and heavy but we made it look lighter by chamfering the edges at 60º and allowing for a decent overhang.
Legs are dismountable for easier transport.