Boynton Hall Table
Cassina 625 Boynton Hall Table
Year of Design 1908
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This table was originally conceived as a sideboard for the dining room of Boynton Hall in Rochester, New York, which Frank Lloyd Wright designed in 1908. The architect wanted to create a piece with strong horizontal and vertical lines, a common feature of his residential designs. The table, currently available in Canaletto walnut and in a range of cherrywood finishes, is produced by the carpenters of Meda, the headquarter of Cassina. An emblem of Cassina’s expertise in the art of furniture-making, this table is a timeless icon, a perfect expression of its creator’s love for poetic harmony. Finished both back and front, the table can be placed either against a wall or in the centre of the room.
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