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Folio: Sarah Wigglesworth's dining tables

These drawings of a dining table formed the basis for Sarah Wigglesworth’s design of the Straw Bale House (2001)

Wigglesworth till dining tables

Wigglesworth till dining tables

‘The rituals of eating,’ Sarah Wigglesworth wrote in 2002, ‘played out on the plane of the dining table are similar to the rituals of domestic life.’ These drawings of a dining table before (top), during (centre), and after (bottom) a meal, drawn by Wigglesworth, explore how the relationship between diners around a table can be compared to the interactions between occupants in the home.

This drawing has often been misattributed to both Sarah Wigglesworth and Jeremy Till, including in our own print issue. We hope this note will assist in correcting the record.

This piece is featured in the AR October issue on Food – click here to purchase your copy today