Archipelago Table by Charles Trevelyan Plays With Geography

By: Ayman - Published: Apr 15, 2009   Updated: Aug 3 2011 • References: viablelondon & designyearbook.blogspot
I love the fun design of the Archipelago Table by Charles Trevelyan from Viable London. The design uses the idea of furniture as islands within the room.

Built from MDF, each set comes with one big table and two small side tables. You can either use them together or set the small side tables free from their bigger continent.

The Archipelago Table comes in four color selections: white, eggshell blue, slate grey and black.

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