Modular Table is a minimalist table created by New York City-based designer Gregory Beson. Custom designed and made for Rule of Thirds. They were in need of a table which would allow flexibility on different nights if the week as occupancy shifts. When all three components are linked, the intent was to create a shared table yet with niches and bends to offer direction and focus on your own party. When split apart it can become two freestanding tables or three. Again, flexibility was most important for them. Made all from the same batch of walnut with floating tenons. The tops of the two smaller tables are long sticks cut in half, so if placed together the grain connects. As well, proportions are in thirds as a nod to the restaurant philosophy.