Part of Prairie Architecture’s new space was this large staff kitchen and eating area.
The firm wanted to have an inviting community table and matching benches for their staff seating area.
We chose Douglas Fir as the species to match the heritage beams that were part of the previous space. The Douglas Fir used in the tabletop and bench were reclaimed from a dismantled wood grain elevator in Western Manitoba.
We came up with a brand new design for a table base incorporating sheet steel to make up the angular form.
165″ long x 36″ wide reclaimed Fir tabletop with OSMO Hardwax Polyx clear coat. Leg base is a Wood Anchor custom design built with sheet steel with powder coat clear coat finish.
82″ long x 18″ wide reclaimed Fir bench top with OSMO Hardwax Polyx clear coat with 3/8″ sheet steel leg with powder coat clear coat finish.
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