The fluted gradient table does a wonderful job of self-creating its patterns

No matter what angle you look at it from, the Fluted Gradient Table looks slightly different, because it picks up elements of objects behind it and warps them into a pattern. This pattern helps the Fluted Gradient Table blend in, but also stand out. It’s purely transparent, and uses textured glass and a printed gradient film to really make a product pop. Designed by Bangkok-based Thinkk Design, the tables are part of a collection titled ‘Made In Thailand’ that is a result of collaboration with local Thai manufacturers and craftsmen to create a collection that distances itself from aesthetics that are traditionally Thai.

The design is a result of taking a fluted piece of glass and a regular piece of glass and sandwiching a printed gradient film between them. The disappearing gradient does its share of adding a certain pop to the furniture, but ultimately the fluted glass steals the show. It works almost like a kaleidoscope, warping everything behind it, even itself, creating a mesmeric series of patterns that change as you view it from different angles!

Designer: Thinkk