Dining table. Top made of tigerwood and rock screen, legs of rebar, feet of fir and redwood.
“Delmer Cox, like other sentient architects, not only considers the space people occupy, but also how they occupy it. He is one of only a handful of designers who offer a holistic approach. It is true delight to sit and eat at a table that reflects his tactile sense of space and find that that same table satisfies all one’s senses…not just repast, but relationship to the space the table occupies, connection with the other people at the table, presentation of the meal, and the play between oblique and acute seating options. And after all is eaten, cleared and the room vacated, an art piece remains…pleasing, forthright and solid. Beautiful!” – TS, Livingston, Montana