The Purist’s Table By Troy Turner 05/10/2012 The minimal TANTAL table is composed of just two parts: a sleek, rounded top surface and an open, chromed-out base. No seams, no joints, no complicated instructions- just pure simplicity at its finest! Designer: Andrej Čverha SharePinShareFlipWhatsAppPocket98 Shares Related Posts LEGO inspired modular couch lets you build and modify your own design to suit your living space! If anyone understands transformative furniture the best, it’s the guys at Transformer Table Inc. Based out of Montreal, the Transformer Table holds records for being Canada’s… This hip-bag can seamlessly expand into a full-size backpack in under 10 seconds It’s safe to say that the DUPLEX bags bring a rather new definition to the term ‘expansion packs’! With their unique shape-shifting design, DUPLEX’s bags can… This Speaker Has Balls Appropriately named “ATLAS” for the way you hold the orb in your hands, this modern speaker design connects man and music. Through touch and intimate interaction,… Every photographer will love to get their hands on these products designed especially for them! Behind every good photograph is a photographer with his loved and trusted tools! Being married to a part-time photographer, I know there is no visible end… Scale for Infants This is a portable air cushioned infant scale where you can completely release the air of the cushion and roll it into the size of an… Skipper Don’t Forget The Rewave Rewave is essentially a design using Reverse Osmosis for desalinating the sea water. More for private consumption in coastal regions where fresh water is scarce or… Tagsdining tableFurnitureTable Previous articleIt’s Zero Wherever You Like Next articleThe Modern Jukebox 5 Comments nahue says: 05/10/2012 at 7:17 am Never thought about transporting this table right? Anyway it is beatifully minimal Luc Revillon d'Apreval says: 05/10/2012 at 3:35 pm Dear Andrej, Your Tantal table is very beautiful and interesting. I am in the design business in Paris – France Thank you very much. Regards. Luc Revillon d’Apreval Jimmy C says: 05/10/2012 at 5:56 pm This I like! Very minimal! Hunter says: 03/16/2013 at 1:06 pm Doesn’t collapse very well… Comments are closed.