The Intervalle Dining Table designed by Guillaume Delvigne is a highly graphic, solid oak oval dining table. Around the central opening of the dining table, light flows pleasantly onto the tapered aeroplane wing-shaped base. The two original features of this table lie in the central ‘fault line’ and the way in which the two base parts emerge beneath it.

The end grain used for the legs intersects artistically with the flat-grained timber used for the top - a way of paying homage to the nobility of the oak used in its construction.