The Crossfade dining table has been created by Damien Jernay for Mogg Design. Damien’s inspiration came from the world of film editing: a fade is a gradual transition from one image to another. This effect is created by controlled double exposure from frame to frame; transiting from the end of one clip to the beginning of another.

In the production process, matter is subjected to transformation, from raw material to finished object. This transition occurs through machining. The Crossfade table is a “freeze frame” in the process; to imagine a product, fixed in the middle of its transformation, to make a “fade” between the raw material and the finished object.

The table features a dyed gradient colour. The table top is made from solid ash wood, with olive wood legs having natural bark. The irregularities of the bark must be considered a merit and not a defect, making each table unique.


  • Material: Top in solid ash wood, legs in olive wood with natural bark.
  • Dimensions:
  • 200 cm x 90 cm x H 75 cm
  • 240 cm x 90 cm x H 75 cm.
  • Gradient black color.

Upon Request: (Ships in 3-4 weeks)


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