Horizon Coffee Table
Designed by Matthew Hilton. Horizon Coffee Table is an architectural solid wood design set upon solid turned brass legs. The complex joinery exploits CNC technology, and the pattern of pierced slots allow for semi hidden storage, and the passage of light.
Available with solid brass legs. Several timber options and finishes available:
American black Walnut: Danish oiled, white oiled, black oiled
American white Oak: Danish oiled, white oiled, black oiled, oxidised
European Ash: Danish oiled, white oiled, black oiled, white painted, brown painted, black painted, brown stained, black stained, bordeaux stained, grey stained, olive stained, bone stained.
Large: W109cm × D109cm × H41cm
Medium: W76cm × D76cm × H41.5cm
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Born in 1957, Matthew Hilton studied at Portsmouth College of Art and then at Kingston Polytechnic. After graduating he worked for Capa as an industrial designer and model maker. He then set up his own design studio/workshop in 1984.
Matthew Hilton doesn't believe in design movements, and he really doesn't like the concept of design as a fashion. Rather, he thinks the design process is part of the evolution of any object through history. Designing with the end user in mind, and whether that means a household of ten or one, he takes pleasure in finding the fluid, easily adaptable solution to fit today's domestic spaces.