Ironorun was inspired by chance as a bespoke design for a private client. Strategically placed in a bay window, with slender laser cut and powder coated steel legs, catching an equator sunset and casting elegant shadows by the sun’s fading rays.
The twisting form of 4mm steel sheets elegantly carrying the 16mm tempered glass that appears almost invisible on top.
Ironorun speaks to Tosin Oshinowo’s Yoruba custom and culture. Ironorun works hand in hand with and is inspired by nature, whilst demonstrating its contemporary place. The laser cut pattern, in its steel legs, is interpreted from the Adire iconography ‘Guinea Corn’, whose proverb says, “the hand that feeds you never lacks.”
The table is complemented here by a collaboration with the celebrated artist, Olu Amoda’s - Akaba Parasa stools