Designed by the internationally acclaimed design duo Doshi Levien, the name refers to the Goodwood racetrack, a historic venue for motorsport in the United Kingdom. Reflective of the racetrack, Goodwood has no straight lines in the tabletop and the domed legs prance off the ground.
The two heights of the two shapes have been designed to allow tops to overlap when used together. The oak edges and the glass tabletop lend an aura of elegance and bring pleasure with an appealing tactile quality.
The legs of the Goodwood are made of steel in powder coat finish, and are connected to an American oak frame which is finished in natural clear or painted finish from the Schiavello ColourLab range.
Led by the desire to make people feel grounded at home while at work, Doshi Levien drew inspiration from new work environments that lie between a café and office. Something spatially inspiring like a gallery with the social informality and buzz of a café with high speed connectivity.
With its curved, low profile, the Goodwood sits neatly in front of an inviting sofa or in the middle of a chair grouping. With the choice between a top in toughened glass or MDF available in powder coat or painted finish, it sets a contemporary stage for displaying magazines, fresh flowers, or a special book in a living room, waiting or reception area.