This project gave new life to a dining table the customer had owned for several years, and had grown tired of. After she approached me with an interest in purchasing a new table, I suggested a "make-over": we broke the corners off of the previously square table, after which we finished the edges with a broken-edge treatment, and then gave areas along the original flat edges the same treatment, that was ground to a satin finish to tie it all together. The solid pedestal base was disposed of, and a custom aluminum base was made to accept glass panels that were etched to create a geometric pattern, with broken edges and an irregular hole carved into the centers, to allow access with a vacuum cleaner to the inside of the base.
Dimensions: Table Top: 72" x 72" x 3/4" float glass
Table Base: ~30" x 30" x 28" high