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 This smart cabinet gives you the self-sustaining kitchen garden you’ve always wanted From the folks who got you the NANO Garden comes something much more comprehensive and expandable. Meet MULTO, a vertical kitchen farm that occupies the… The Design Intelligence Award is back with a prize fund of $750,000. Here’s how you can participate. Ask yourself. Is a design good if it won an award? Or is it good if it positively impacted people? The latter sounds like the… Worry-free Headphone Wire Nothing can keep you from your tunes quite like an annoying headphone tangle! The Self-Folding Wire solves this problem with an innovative spring-loaded system that… The classic Vespa Piaggio bike from 1946 goes electric with modern, angular design aesthetics! Vespa is a brand name that immediately brings an exact image to mind. All it takes is the word and we see Audrey Hepburn smiling… Coffee Cup Sleeve Starbucks and company have taught us that hot beverages in disposable or plastic cups are better held with a cup-sleeve. Air Shield Coffee Cup Sleeve… This retro-inspired travel trailer with tastefully renovated interiors is embodiment of color and space utilization Recognizing your strength and using it to help the like-minded is not an easy thing to pull off. However, this husband-wife duo of Ron and… 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.