The Turning of the Table by Jorge de la Cruz by

Issue 85 · Travels with an Editor: Barcelona · August 14, 2013

The Turning of the Table by Jorge de la Cruz

Issue 85 · Travels with an Editor: Barcelona · August 14, 2013

From factory to home, Spanish product designer Jorge de la Cruz turns the symbols of lathing into a feature for his Between Centers furniture collection, providing a link between the final product and its genesis in the factory. For more information, see Jorge de la Cruz.

Jorge de la Cruz Between the Centers Table | Remodelista

Above: The Between Centers collection includes a stool, banquette, and a table.

Jorge de la Cruz Between the Centers Table | Remodelista

Above: The collection comes in maple and black-dyed birch. 

Jorge de la Cruz Between the Centers Table | Remodelista

Above: The end of the turned wood is exposed at the corner of the table.

Jorge de la Cruz Between the Centers Table | Remodelista

Above: The lathing symbol provides a decorative feature and a reminder of the lathing process.

 Above: The video above illustrates the lathing process.

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