Jason Phillips' Quantum Table is Artfully Abstract

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jun 16, 2011 • References: phillipscollection & yankodesign
There is something beautiful about the chaotic scribbles supporting the Quantum Table. Artfully abstract, this piece of furniture seems like it belongs in the halls of a museum rather than in a living room of someone's home. The true beauty of this table is that it brings a touch of art and culture to one's abode.

Designed by Jason Phillips, the Quantum Table is intriguingly elegant despite its randomly bent metal legs -- or perhaps it is not so random. The Quantum Table is an 'interpretation of what the movement or path of subatomic particles might look like,' according to Yanko Design.

I especially like how the lacquered orange corian top of the Quantum Table acts as an anchor to the turbulent flux of the hand-formed steel wire base. Stats for Scribbled Table Support Trending: Older & Mild
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