The Kettle table was designed and made in close collaboration with the manufacturer, EGT, in rural Victoria. The top is cast from a composite resin containing a high percentage of fly ash, a by-product of coal combustion that would otherwise end up as waste. The fly ash itself has cementitious properties and has similar, if not superior, strength qualities as concrete, at a fraction of the weight. The name ‘kettle’ is a tongue-in-cheek reference to the form of the table as well as the pyrolytic nature of the material.
375 Ø mm x 450 mm
Fly-ash Resin and Tasmanian Oak
Photo: Bruce Moyle