The Crash Table by Judson Beaumont Adopts a Post-Collision Look

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Dec 5, 2011 • References: straightlinedesigns & likecool
Most furnishings are designed to sit still, yet the Crash Table by Judson Beaumont has been assembled to take the appearance of an object with a top speed of 35 miles per hour. Perhaps operating on the imaginative concept of dining tables as four-legged creatures, the creator has inflicted an impact-related injury upon this piece in quite a caricaturized way.

While one half of the wooden eating surface takes an undeniably typical form, the other has been manipulated to look as though a head-on bump has squashed the material like an accordion. The rich Western Maple that makes up the Crash Table by Judson Beaumont has been supposedly bent in the legs and cut and constructed into a sharp zigzag on top. The unusual form opens the possibilities for new and unique functions or simply compelling decor. Stats for Crumpled Kitchen Tables Trending: Older & Chilly
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