Chapelin takes pride in the fact that his tables are truly one of a kind. He says, “I’ve always respected the difference between people their personalities and characters and I believe this should reflect in the interior design of their own homes.” Each piece of marble used in his tables is cut to create a unique landscape and retains its own individuality in its porous surface. Matching the materials to their future owners is of utmost importance to the artist.
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Unique formulas of resin are poured over the varying layers of marble to create the depth of underwater blue and crystal clarity of surface waters in each piece. Much like an aerial view of a magnificent and pristine lake or stream, the coffee tables in the Lagoon 55 series similarly inspire awe and admiration.
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