Peca, a design studio based in Guadalajara, uses volcanic rock reminiscent of Mexican traditions and history for a dining table suitable for outdoors and indoors.
Mexico’s affluence and history originate from the pores of its volcanic rock. It is a material that spreads power and keeps countless stories.
Mexican-based Peca Studio has conquered the art of polishing and shaping it into attractive objects, just like the lava dining table— a puzzle of hand-cut pieces that have been sneakily built into a single tabletop.
For this collection, Caterina Moretti — head designer and studio director of Peca — has perceived the lava dining tablein such a way for it to be adaptable in terms of purpose and position. Caterina designed a dining table mixing wood and volcanic rock, focusing on details in collaboration with local craftsmen.
It can be enjoyed during and an outdoor family meal or it can bring nature indoors and be included in the interior space of a home, where it would find its place in a dining room and kitchen space. It is available in 3 different sizes and 2 types of patterns.
The lava dining table is a puzzle of hand-cut graphite colored pieces that have been craftily assembled into a tabletop.
The dark graphite colored table top and warm colored legs create an elegant contrast.
This amazing detail of the hand-cut pieces showing the texture of the volcanic rock.
Front view detail of the teak wood structure applied to create the legs of the tabletop.