The Conrad table pictured is taken from the first collection of a company called Misewell. It's the work of a couple of brothers, Vincent and Paul Georgeson, who have consciously set out to produce designs with a timeless quality by using materials and techniques which have been around since the industrial revolution. They seem to have succeeded as the piece doesn't look screamingly contemporary but is hard to tie to a specific era. The other furniture in the range has a similarly gentle retro feel.
This table costs $1100 and is made from a solid walnut top which snaps into a steel bracket. The steel is powder coated and comes in a range of colours: black, white and tomato.
Find out more from the Misewell website