The boldness and simplicity of mid-century architecture inspires this casual contemporary group of furnishings named Synchronicity. It reflects the relaxed 1960s culture in Southern California, from celebrity gatherings at Sunnylands Ranch in Palm Springs to the burgeoning surf culture in Malibu.
Synchronicity calls to mind the era's strong linear forms and relaxed interiors, cantilevered and slab elements that are seen best in the homes built along the coastline, where the genius of noted architects John Lautner, Richard Neutra, Frank Gehry and others ruled the day. Forms are strong, finishes are light and accents are metal and stone. What became iconic architecture from the mid-century was born of humble origins. Their simple style became timeless.
- Horizon finish
- Rectangular shape
- Textured metal corners
- Grooved base
- 1 22'' leaf extends to length to 110''
- Dining height
- Seats 6 or 8
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