Olivier Desrochers' JU Tables Look Like a 2D Sketch

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jun 23, 2011 • References: od-design & design-milk
The clean and simple lines of these JU Tables remind me of 2D geometry sketches, especially when the wooden surfaces are removed. This minimal aesthetic is what makes these pieces of furniture especially exquisite and eye-catching. In fact, the negative space incorporated into each design really makes the JU Tables seem light and airy, giving them a whimsical presence all around.

Designed by Olivier Desrochers, the JU Tables are multi-leveled, multi-purposed, modular pieces of furniture that are as practical as they are good-looking. Masculine and feminine, the JU Tables would fit into just about any existing interior space. In fact, they look as though they would enhance the modernity of a room.

The JU Tables debuted at Hochelaga Mon Amour by Montreal furniture manufacturer Domison during the 2011 SIDIM. Stats for Minimal Multi-Leveled Furniture Trending: Older & Warm
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