Modern masterpiece: Iluze cocktail table from Stone Yard Inc

San Diego-based Stone Yard Inc introduced a new geometric cocktail table, designed by founder and lead designer Mitch Brean.
San Diego-based Stone Yard Inc introduced a new geometric cocktail table, designed by founder and lead designer Mitch Brean. Photo credit: Stone Yard Inc

San Diego-based Stone Yard Inc. has introduced a new geometric cocktail table, designed by founder and lead designer Mitch Brean.

The Iluze cocktail table has a unique design of inverted pyramids and a low-profile silhouette that is ideal for lounging. It was named after the unending optical illusions made from light and shadow playing on its three-dimensional surface.

The table can be placed indoors or out. Made from GFRC or Fiberstone, the Iluze table is stone-like to the look and touch, but is significantly lighter in weight and easier to move into place. The Iluze cocktail table is available in 14 finishes and 16 high-gloss colors, each of which are hand-applied in intricate layers by Stone Yard’s artisans. 

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