The name gives off the idea of its inspiration. Surfs up. Christopher Duffy has adopted the same traditional manufacturing techniques that the ancient Hawaiians used to exert the same strong visual language as the classic balsa wood design.
It is crafted from a single piece of wood from the Forestry Stewardship Council managed forests. The wood is carved, shaped to the selected dimensions, stained, laminated and finished. The design is characterised by the sumptuous curves and rounded edges that give off a smooth and polished effect, which is reminiscent of the surfboard. It is a treat to your senses as it’s not only beautiful visually, but the smooth and polished effect will keep your hands happy.
This table is riding the highest wave of them all with only 20 available in the world. Maybe Sally Fitzgibbons might pull this one in?