This bold square table design uses difficult, intersecting joinery that connect 32 points in curved, angled space. I've used similar 8 point geometry before, but this pushes a physical limit. The top is hand formed steel sheet, flame treated to achieve a blue, purple, and gold patina. The warped steel is then hammered and epoxied onto its hardwood core, then finished with an automtoive clear coat. This Table can be customized for many uses, including coffee tables, dining tables, end tables, and more. Table top materials can include zinc, aluminum, glass, or wood, while the base is available in a variety of sustainable fine hardwoods.