Earlier we wrote about Hydrowood, the incredibly well-preserved timber being harvested from an underwater forest in Tasmania. The submerged trees have yielded gorgeous lumber:
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It would be a shame for any of that prized wood to go to waste, but the furniture-making process invariably yields off-cuts. London-based furniture designer Brodie Neill got his hands on some Hydrowood veneer off-cuts and has put them to good use, coiling over 3km of them to create his ReCoil table:
“The pattern pays homage to the annual growth ring formations of the treasured old growth trees,” observes Australian magazine Yellowtrace.
The ReCoil table is not yet up on Neill’s website, though it was exhibited at a recent retrospective of Neill’s work.