Driesen Meersman Thomaes Architectural Dining Table, Belgium, 1999
Driesen Meersman Thomaes Architectural Dining Table - 1999
Driesen Meersman Thomaes Goderis architectural dining table, made in Belgium in 1999. This dining table was part of the interior of Hotel Kums, former hotel Vecquemans, a remarkable building designed in Rococo style. In 1999 they started with the conversion and restoration of this classified 18th-century city palace into luxury offices. The geometry of the suite of rooms is complemented in the offices by a custom design, integrating contemporary techniques.
This architectural tale is a dynamic piece, which can be used both in corporate and domestic places, as a dining table or an office desk. It’s a large table that can seat up to 10 people. A true centrepiece, in great original condition.
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