The Aramis Coffee Table is for those who refuse to let the digital age force them to get rid of their physical copy magazine subscriptions and books. Inspired by Shaker furniture with clean lines and hard angles, this coffee table is named after one of the Three Musketeer for two reasons. The first, Alexandre Dumas originally released the story of the Musketeers periodically through a French newspaper, La Siecle, at the same time the Shakers were producing the predecessors of this table's design. The second reason is that Aramis, the musketeer, was a devout priest who believed in the fight for the people. However, his version of revolution was fueled by a hyper intelligent, well-read view of the world.
Aramis, the coffee table, inspires a culture in which people not only read periodicals and books, but refuse to let the world tell them to how to do so. The magazine rack is sturdy enough to store coffee table books as well, so as to not obscure the showcase that is the top of the table.
Aramis measures 21" H x 40" W x 24" D.