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There are many ways to assemble an elevated surface, but you probably wouldn’t immediately dream up the way that the #035 Table by Tom Cecil was composed. Technically, it has no legs and no flat horizontal surface, yet it does succeed to assume the role of a table, suited only for items broader than the gaps within it.
The unique sculptural furnishing was constructed on its side and gradually given shape by the arrangement of several layers of flat sticks. Five different models are made from a choice of four materials including cardboard, laminated cardboard, melamine-faced plywood and American maple. Each offers its own aesthetic appeal, but the overall chaotic arrangement of the #035 Table by Tom Cecil remains consistent throughout the collection.