Geiger Loophole coffee table and
side table are designed by Jay Chapman with its base in a series of intersecting ‘loops’ forming one continuous shape. The optical illusion is courtesy
of Geiger’s state-of-the-art wood-carving capabilities. Upon closer inspection, Loophole is a celebration of precisely
fitted mitered corners and thoughtfully designed joins at every seam with its crystal glass top reflecting an ocean refreshing blue on its edge. Available in solid walnut or solid ash coffee tables and side tables, Loophole boasts a unique base that can be inverted,
with its wide end on the floor or under the glass top.
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