Furniture Cluster Base Table 1 An architectonic way of supporting a circular table-top more than 36” in diameter, leaving maximum unobstructed leg space underneath.

Cluster-Base Table

An architectonic way of supporting a circular table-top more than 36” in diameter, leaving maximum unobstructed leg space underneath.
Furniture Cluster Base Table 2 An architectonic way of supporting a circular table-top more than 36” in diameter, leaving maximum unobstructed leg space underneath.

Cluster-Base Table

An architectonic way of supporting a circular table-top more than 36” in diameter, leaving maximum unobstructed leg space underneath.
Furniture Cluster Base Table 3 An architectonic way of supporting a circular table-top more than 36” in diameter, leaving maximum unobstructed leg space underneath.

Cluster-Base Table

An architectonic way of supporting a circular table-top more than 36” in diameter, leaving maximum unobstructed leg space underneath.
Furniture Round Cluster Dining Table 1 An architectonic way of supporting a circular table-top more than 36” in diameter, leaving maximum unobstructed leg space underneath. Seen here with two-board book-match cherry top and base.

Cluster-Base Table

An architectonic way of supporting a circular table-top more than 36” in diameter, leaving maximum unobstructed leg space underneath. Seen here with two-board book-match cherry top and base.
Furniture Round Cluster Dining Table 2 An architectonic way of supporting a circular table-top more than 36” in diameter, leaving maximum unobstructed leg space underneath. Seen here with two-board book-match cherry top and base.

Cluster-Base Table

An architectonic way of supporting a circular table-top more than 36” in diameter, leaving maximum unobstructed leg space underneath. Seen here with two-board book-match cherry top and base.
Furniture Round Cluster Dining Table 3 An architectonic way of supporting a circular table-top more than 36” in diameter, leaving maximum unobstructed leg space underneath. Seen here with two-board book-match cherry top and base.

Cluster-Base Table

An architectonic way of supporting a circular table-top more than 36” in diameter, leaving maximum unobstructed leg space underneath. Seen here with two-board book-match cherry top and base.
Furniture Round Cluster Dining Table 4 An architectonic way of supporting a circular table-top more than 36” in diameter, leaving maximum unobstructed leg space underneath. Seen here with two-board book-match cherry top and base.

Cluster-Base Table

An architectonic way of supporting a circular table-top more than 36” in diameter, leaving maximum unobstructed leg space underneath. Seen here with two-board book-match cherry top and base.
Furniture Round Cluster Dining Table 5 An architectonic way of supporting a circular table-top more than 36” in diameter, leaving maximum unobstructed leg space underneath. Seen here with two-board book-match cherry top and base.

Cluster-Base Table

An architectonic way of supporting a circular table-top more than 36” in diameter, leaving maximum unobstructed leg space underneath. Seen here with two-board book-match cherry top and base.
Sketches Cluster Based Dining Table