In 2003, architect Craig Bassam and creative director Scott Fellows began drafting their vision for a new kind of American luxury company. A genuine, fully integrated lifestyle brand stemming from their shared aesthetic sensibilities, it would encompass architectural projects and interiors as well as impeccably crafted furniture, lifestyle objects and personal accessories. BassamFellows’ pioneering Craftsman Modern aesthetic, which marries architectural authority with a minimal-artisanal philosophy, was introduced with the debut of the iconic BassamFellows Tractor Stool at the 2003 Salone del Mobile in Milan.
The smartly proportioned piece epitomizes BassamFellows contemporary ‘Craftsman Modern’ ethos. The table top is cut into three equal segments separated by a 1/4” reveal and held together on the underside with a solid brass ring made using a traditional technique dating from the manufacture of wagon wheels. The reveal allows the pie-shaped solid wood wedges to move freely with variations in humidity eliminating warping and splitting. A sturdy but agile floating presence is created by the table’s base, made from circular sections of solid naval brass. In teak, the table also works well outdoors (covered terrace recommended.)
CB-35 Circular Dining Table
ø 53 1/8” H 28 3/8” Top 1 1/4”
ø 135cm H 72cm Top 3cm
CB-38-240 Circular Dining Table Grand
ø 94 1/2” H 28 3/8” Top 1 1/4”
ø 240cm H 72cm Top 3cm
\Wood Options: Solid Santos Rosewood, Walnut or Ash.
Base: Brushed Stainless Steel, Black Powder Coat, Brushed Nickel, Satin Brass or Bronze