The Box Table by Adam Wiercinski Boasts an Architecture-Inspired Design

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Jul 16, 2014 • References: & mocoloco
The box table by Adam Woercinski is created by layering boxes of different sizes. These boxed elements are made using steel and glass materials and are not only structural but also double as practical storage spaces.

The table's structural frame leaves a great amount of space for books and magazines and can also be adorned with artful trinkets. This modernist table design features two different glass textures, a smooth and transparent one and a gridded one that is more opaque.

The Box Table by Adam Wiercinski features a dynamically stacked shape and is not only practical but sculptural when displayed within one's home. This contemporary and elegant home decor accent is a great fit for industrial lofts and eclectic interiors with plenty of reclaimed pieces. Stats for Stacked Glass Furnishings Trending: Older & Average
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