"These painted-pine balusters were bought for an architectural project they never made it to. They’re not that old, though they’re old enough to be fancier than anything you could buy now, in terms of craftsmanship. I bought them all, they came as a chunk. It’s interesting how these singular things can become this massive object, so I thought of that as inspiration for a table, along with the the amazing matrix of negative space happening between the rails."
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"These painted-pine balusters were bought for an architectural project they never made it to. They’re not that old, though they’re old enough to be fancier than anything you could buy now, in terms of craftsmanship. I bought them all, they came as a chunk. It’s interesting how these singular things can become this massive object, so I thought of that as inspiration for a table, along with the the amazing matrix of negative space happening between the rails."