This table was inspired by the Art Deco steeple of St. Joseph's Catholic Church, built in 1932 in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle (photo below). The table features a wide-aproned octagonal top that "floats" inside the legs. The octagonal shape is recapitulated in the decorative elements on the tops of the legs and evokes the architecture of the church steeple. The table is made from solid maple and maple veneer and finished with water-based urethane and black paint.
The photo of St. Joseph's is from the DazzlingPlaces.com Explore Beautiful Seattle website which can be found here.