Furniture by Wells Mason seen at Private Residence - Umasi Table IX
Furniture by Wells Mason seen at Private Residence - Umasi Table IX
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Context & Credits
Item Umasi Table IX
Created by Wells Mason
As seen in Private Residence, DC, DC

Umasi Table IX

Furniture by Wells Mason, as seen in Private Residence, DC, DC

Unavailable

$2,500-$3,500

Item Details
Antique longleaf pine, stainless steel

Reclaimed wood, salvaged steel

This table is part of The Umasi Collection - a series that blurs the line between furniture and sculpture. This series features perfect panels that collide with organic elements. The ingredients for this series includes familiar, recognizable materials like salvaged steel from abandoned trampolines, beams from demolished buildings, scrap aluminum cans, used telephone poles, and old ship masts. As a result, this series comments on what we throw away. It challenges all of us to think differently about our behavior and our diminishing natural resources. Thank you for your interest in Umasi.

Meet the Creator

Wells Mason

Wells Mason

Coupland, TX

Blurring the line between furniture and sculpture...

Wells Mason is an American designer and sculptor based in Coupland, Texas. With a degree in English Literature from the University of Texas, now Mason writes his stories in wood and metal. He founded his award-winning, multi-disciplinary studio in 1995. His furniture and sculpture have been exhibited in galleries and museums around the country and featured in numerous magazines, including Interior Design, Architectural Digest, Fine Furnishings International, Architectural Record, Forbes, and even Progressive Farmer. Often functional, sometimes not, his work defies classification.