The designer, Baxter P., is credited for his work on the Lagos table for Baxter.
The table's flowing and sinuous asymmetries represent a synthesis of technical innovation and creative flexibility. The huge stone support surface has a gentle contour and a completely rounded profile, and as a result of its size, it is able to accommodate a greater number of people in the area surrounding it. Three cylindrical legs of varying lengths and diameters, finished in brass or antique iron, make up the support structure. The marble top of the Lagos table has the veining and features that are characteristic of the material, adding to the table's warm and welcoming aesthetic.
The material's natural tendency to adapt to its surrounding environment and undergo slight transformations should be celebrated as a mark of the item's genuineness and individuality.