The table draws its inspiration from the work of Japanese architect Shigeru Ban and from traditional Asian joinery. The structure is designed on the basis of joinery techniques, which make it possible to put it together and take it apart without the use of screws, nails, dowels or glue. The table is designed to highlight the subtle beauty of the joints used in ancient joinery. design: Ania Wolowska
designed by MASH Studios and is part of a collection entitled The LAX Series. The desk attached to the wall makes legs useless and gives an alternative for small spaces. It also looks great and has a sliding part that hides the drawers.
This project was created as a multi-purpose furniture item. It can be used as a side table, entertainment unit, bookcase and display shelf. This influence behind this piece was a reinterpretation of the 60's and 70's style sideboards that i admire. The seemingly heavy weight cabinet is supported usually my small thin legs and appears as if floating. I tried to re-create this in my piece by having the main blue unit suspended from the trestles and appearing to hang.