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 “Polaroid-for-kids” gives your children their first taste of instant photography The myFirst Insta Wi can click photos, record videos, print images on thermal-ink paper, and even print out labels. It’s designed to be uncomplicated enough for… This 3-length fiberglass Tenkara rod gives you the perfect first taste of short-rod Tenkara fly fishing Tenkara, or Japanese fly-fishing borders on pure artistry. You don’t cast a lot of line out from a reel or reel a fish in. You rely… The Smoothest iPod Dock The slim and stylish Glide is a minimal yet elegant take on the iPod docking station that will look great in contemporary and classic settings alike…. Live green, eat green with this DIY modular garden that ‘expands’ with you! Urban farming and gardening have been gaining momentum by the minute. People are realizing the importance of self-sustenance, especially when it comes to food production and… The Voyage Chair Brilliantly Combines Backpack and Backrest! Wanting to literally be the only thing you carry to the beach, Sondre Travel’s Voyage Chair is nothing short of marvelous. Matt Benedetto’s latest design is… This is not a light bulb. Don’t be deceived by the name, the Luminous Blulb isn’t a lightbulb at all. From the core to the exterior, it’s composed entirely of silicone mixed… 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.