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Sectional Coffee Table by Steven Revland

Sectional Coffee Table

Sectional Coffee Table
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Code: 262SRTBL2
Price: $16,500.00
Dimensions: 20"H x 48"W x 60"L


Designed and created in 2005, it is shown in African Sapele Pommelle, and Nigerian Satinwood. Has an ingenious leg to top attachment which creates wonderful detail.

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Steve Revland has been making unique and custom designed modern furniture since 1976. Essentially a self taught furniture designer and maker, Revland is the great grandson of Isaac Strinden, a Norwegian shipbuilder who moved to Minnesota shortly after the Civil War. Revlands furniture is a beautiful mixture of pragmatic function and modern form. His unique designs reveal a keen eye for graceful flowing contours. His chairs, tables, and consoles take the simple shapes....a square, a circle....and turn them into elegant statements of art. Inspired by such artists and movements as Frank Lloyd Wright and Art Deco, his original works are never derivative. He allows a subtle bit of his own personality to come through in his works of art. Understated and elegant are his trademarks. When Revlands work was featured on HGTV's "Modern Masters" program back in 1999, his commissions grew in demand and became steady. The exposure to a national TV audience has allowed him to build a clientele locally and to market his work internationally. His works are shown in galleries and Museums nationwide, as well as many residential homes, as many of his clients have been collecting his work for over thirty years.

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