This design is cut to reflect the stones that move and resettle every time the tide passes, much like the changing political landscape of Europe post World War I. Locarno Beach, named after the Swiss town noted for the 1925 Peace Treaty, is one of the many beaches on Vancouver’s panoramic shore. Inspired by stones that bridge the sea and the sand, the table top is a filigree of marble, which rests on thin steel legs that channel the best of the mid-century design masters.
Our marble is sourced in Canada. Each table is hand assembled and finished in Vancouver, Canada. Variations in colour and finish are unique to each piece.