Paris-based designer Olivier Dollé has created a coffee table, dining table and a writing desk all called Angkor after the 12th century temples at Angkor Wat in Cambodia where tree branches and roots have overrun the walls of the buildings. The tables are made of a composite birch wood structure with a contrasting veneer inlay which represents the tree branches. As a nice touch, each table has one "leaning leg" from which the tree branch appears to rise. The leaning leg is veneered in oak as is the branch table top.
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