GAIA plank table
Gaia is our most popular plank table and the first plank table that Carsten Thor designed back in 2005. The table is robust, rustic and timeless in its design. The harmony between the rustic wood that tell the story of its history whilst inviting nature in, creates a very special atmosphere in any space.
The plank table is made from reclaimed azobé wood from decommisioned Danish wharves.
The table is tailor-made for you, in your preferred dimensions and surface. When we create your table, we carefully choose planks that fits together most beautifully. The planks are then sanded by hand with great respect for the wood. In this way we can preserve the unique patina and historic details of the wood.
Gaia tables are made with our unika wooden legs. The legs are cut from the outer edge of the pillars and therefore include many rustic details, and can include holes after bolts. The legs are carefully chosen to suit the look of the planks. For widths up to 100 cm, the tables are made with a single wooden leg. Wider tables are made with double wooden legs.
Are you unsure about the size of the table that you need? Download our size guide here.
Nb. Gaia made to order, and each one is unique. For this reason, it is important to point out that the photos shown are only indicative.
L: 120, 140, 180, 200, 240, 300, 360 or on request. Max. 450 cm. For tables longer than 450 cm, see our Mosaic table.
W: 60, 75, 90, 100, 120 cm.
H: 72 cm as standard.
Planks: 25 or 30 cm wide. Approx. 6 cm thick.
Weight: Approx. 100 kg. per. meter.
Materials: Reclaimed azobé wood | solid steel brackets.
Do you have any questions or special wishes for this product? Don't hesitate to contact us!
Gaia can be made with either sanded or rustic surface.
The surface finish that we call sanded refers to planks that have been cut from inside the large pillars, where they have been protected. Rustic planks are cut from the outer, weathered layer. Therefore, rustic planks contain more historic details than sanded.
The amount of authentic rustic details in the planks can be defined as small, medium and large. All planks are sanded by hand to preserve as many historic details as possible.
See more information and examples of the different surfaces here.