Ferrão Special Table
Peroba Rosa and Aroeira, two kinds of wood for which I have a great passion.
Peroba used in civil construction, mainly in the framework of roofs of Brazilian houses, since colonial times.
Aroeira, probably the Brazilian wood with greater durability, does not suffer in contact with the soil, always maintaining its health and beauty. It is not wood for furniture, but for civil construction, mango stands, and stables, fences, etc.
This centerpiece of the table, which is from Aroeira, came from a farm in Goiás, where it served as a platform for more than 80 years.
The dormant references in the subconscious end up appearing on this table, this simple and basic utility object, where I see a wagon wheel, something medieval.
Reclaimed Peroba Rosa and Aroeira woods, and oxidized iron.
Aroeira - natural with sealing and wax
Peroba Rosa - polistein light nut brown