The Baluster collection draws inspiration from the balustrade, a ubiquitous structural and decorative element in colonial Hispanic architecture. An extensive collection, the Baluster comprises chairs, tables, cabinets, and accessories.
As the central motif of every piece, wooden balusters are used primarily as a support structure, while their placements and variations create interesting, dynamic patterns.
The balusters are made of kiln-dried, lightweight Gmelina wood. Some pieces in the collection also use other materials, such as rattan for hand-woven seats, marble slabs for tabletops, and MDF and veneer for cabinet fascia, shelves and sidings.