Collins Quarter Live-Edge Tables

We are happy to have assisted such a wonderful restaurant as Collins Quarter by helping make these massive live-edge tables for two of their rooms. 

Photo courtesy of Yelp

  Photo Courtesy of   You're Welcome Savannah  . 

Photo Courtesy of You're Welcome Savannah

 Photo courtesy of  AIAGA . 

Photo courtesy of AIAGA

The Collins Quarter is a sleek, classy café, bar, and eatery that combines a farm-to table menu, espresso cocktails, and accents of Australian cuisine. 

To emphasize this accent, these tabletops are made from massive, live-edged single slabs of reclaimed Austrialian banksia and red gum brought all the way from their indigenous home. These trees are indigenous to Australia, and banksia especially is found only in Australia, with one exception. Thus, the wood anchors the provenance of the restaurant. We were happy to assist! 

One of the many species of Banksia, banksia prionotes, growing back in these slabs' home. 

They’re so massive that they can accomodate whole extended families, while providing a warm and solid sense of home, even thousands of miles away. 

 Photo Courtesy of  You're Welcome Savannah . 

Photo Courtesy of You're Welcome Savannah

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