Victor’s love of wood is palpable in this quietly expressive piece. The strips of wood used in this table are played off each another, bringing out the shade and texture distinctions in each piece, while elevating their individual qualities into the elegant earthiness of the whole.
Working with geometrical shapes, the artist has created a timeless table. Like others of his popular pieces, this table draws guests toward it, with the curves that look made for chair placement. The signature flow is dominant here also, as one can imagine the top surface as like an infinity pool - in this case with the warm wood slowly spilling over the top and gently down the sides.
The nook technique works wonderfully for this wider coffee table. The strips leading to the center of the table and the rounded corners will draw your guests toward each other. A conversation piece that really starts conversation.
A simple homage to the African drum, this piece transcends the ordinary. The strip technique used here draws the eye around the sides of the drum, giving it back its musical movement. The smooth flat top has a slightly reflective quality that together with the tapered sides, creates a quiet and contemplative mood.