After getting very high quotations on my first design and inspired by blogs and web sites like OpenDesk, I've decided to design a CNC machine cut dining table.
P&S required the table to comfortably seat 10 people (up to 12) for hosting; it should also have the possibility to get smaller for everyday use.
The "Fratino" - literally "little friar" in Italian - is a long and narrow table type, traditionally used by friars in monasteries.
I have an antique fratino table in my house and the dining experience is nicer and more intimate than standard tables.
I liked the idea of a narrow table so that people can dine close in front to each other; the table type was also ideal to be by-folding to extend its capacity.
The table is 7 ft (2133 mm) long and 2 ft (609 mm) wide when closed - 4 ft (1219 mm) open.
Hope you like it!!!
A big hug to P&S that contributed to this project!
And a special thanks goes to Alan Cox and AC Woodhouse for making this project come true; Randy Seraphin and the workshop guys made an amazing job!
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Here it is:
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