"Thank You for Being Late", by well known New York Times Journalist, Thomas Friedman, is an incredibly in-depth and quite overwhelming analysis of the current state of the modern world and was the inspiration behind the design of this coffee table. In his book, Friedman eloquently discusses how society and our environment are impacted by the accelerating advances technology, market globalization, and industrialization. The reader can’t help but appreciate the delicate nature of the Holocene Era, which supports life as we know it. This table represents the tenuous situation we humans face.
Each table is custom made to order at the Modify Furniture workshop in Bridgeport, CT. Materials used to construct this table were picked for both their beauty and their sustainability.Rings are made with sustainable bamboo ply that is hand polished with low VOC oil-wax. Aluminum rod supports are anodized by a unique environmentally friendly BioClean™ process.