A client in Austin asked for a large, custom dining table that would seat at fourteen people. She brought pictures of a Shaker communal table and asked if I could use that as a starting point for something a bit more modern. I cleaned the lines up, gave it a more geometrical, architectural feel, and this table.
The first Luna Table was made from clear longleaf pine that was reclaimed from the beams of a demolished Texas warehouse. Since then, several versions of the table have been made in different sizes, using different varieties of wood. I was honored to have the Luna Table featured in a 2010 issue of American Woodworker.