Table With an Identity Crisis

One look at the Split Personality table’s contrasting aesthetic and it’s easy to understand the clever name! The coffee table was inspired by designer Axel Yberg’s own self reflection on his constant personal battle of opposing emotions when presented with a design challenge. With steel legs on one side & black walnut on the other, the materials meet in the middle to create an interwoven representation of the harmony created when everything finally comes together. Something many designers can relate to!

Designer: Axel Yberg

5 Comments

  • lvp says:

    the temperature diiference between the steel and walnut might make it uncomfortable to sit on..

  • AHMED says:

    Nice Idea , Just imagine accidentally knocking with your leg the metal side of the table. Especially with kids around

  • Quintin Smits says:

    I like it!

    Love how the wood is finished to a high polish and the metal is looking a bit ‘unfinished’. Increases the contrast even more.

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