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This solid wood coffee table is made up of different monolithic slabs: an intervening space seems to separate them. The table is named after Roland’s Breach, the natural gap in the Pyrenean Mountains that according to legend was cut by Charlemagne’s paladin warrior, Count Roland, with his sword, Durendal. This coffee table with its irregular contours and smooth shape can be used in the centre of a living room or next to a sofa.

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