The Grand Architects Table
A place to gather, discuss and create.
Inspired by the precision of architecture.
Architects are the innovators and the creators of a modern landscape. The A-shape structure of the table leg represents the precision and creativity of this highly skilled profession.
Design and construction.
The hand fabricated A shape legs are made from 80x80mm box steel which is 3mm thick. Each foot is 120x120mm and 8mm thick whilst the 50x25mm box steel top frame ensures that the 40mm thick timber sits perfectly flat. Each foot comes with felt pads to protect your floor.Learn more about our workshop
We are proud of our industrial products and so every item that leaves our workshop comes with a hand finished cast Steel Vintage badge as standard. By branding our vintage industrial furniture you too can be proud that you have invested in the best which is guaranteed to stand the test of time.Learn more about us
Handmade by craftsmen.
Table sizes. Big, small and everything in between.
Thinking big? Not a problem. All our sizes and styles are scaleable, allowing you to order a piece that is perfect for your requirements. Whether you’re looking for something big and bold or small and subtle, the possibilties for our creations are endless.
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Time to get creative.
Every industrial table we make is bespoke. We offer thousands of possible configurations meaning each table is totally unique and made exactly the way you want it.
All of our tables come with detachable legs as standard. There are 6 x M8 bolts that attach each leg to the frame using the supplied 5mm Hex key.
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"I am very pleased with my new Steel Vintage furniture. The table and bench in particular are great."
"Thank you for delivering the table. It is fantastic, we are so pleased with it and the adaptations that had to be made. Just thought I would send a couple of photos, to be honest, they don’t do it justice. Can you thank everyone involved"