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 The iconic picture frame that ‘slows down time’ is now on a 20% Black Friday discount! I understand that everyone wants this year to end as soon as possible, but Jeff Lieberman’s iconic installation, the Slow Dance, makes the case for slowing… This robotic icing-assistant helps you intricately decorate cakes using your existing 3D printer! As a person with moderately good sketching skills (how I got my design degree, I don’t know), and pathetic handwriting (should’ve become a doctor instead, but… The Bag Every Creative Should Have The slim Match Point laptop bag by Jacquelyn Schmelter makes it possible to carry utilities around in a stylish way while conserving less space. Designed for… Switch-up the way you listen to music The simple and intuitive operation of a light switch has been intriguingly integrated into this compact, portable speaker. Appropriately named, Switch Audio, offers a comfortable user… Rocking Horse Raises Awareness As we begin to see more products focus on renewable energy and sustainable design it becomes apparent that we can also expect to see a cultivation… This MacBook Charger is from the year 3018! With the way Apple’s developed an entire ecosystem around its products, making sure you buy all their offerings, instead of just one gadget out of their… 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.