The Djenné table is inspired by the forms of the great Malian mosque from which it takes its name, in conjunction with western, 1930’s aesthetics.

Reclaimed African and European hardwood off-cuts have been used to create the legs, combining references from mud brick architecture and the Art Deco skyscrapers of the USA.

The surface is a geometric, cracked pattern of CNC routed birch ply, which has been burnt, blackened and coated in a multiple layered, resin finish.