The Ripple Table 2.0 by Benjamin Hubert Weighs Even Less

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: Mar 27, 2014 • References: benjaminhubert & designboom
The Ripple Table 2.0 weighs even less than its predecessor, which is hard to believe. By using 80% less material than most tables, Hubert was able to create a completely functional table without sacrificing the quality.

Hubert has updated The Ripple Table by adding curves to the underside and improving the leg design. Because of these changes the table is now sturdier than before, and capable of holding the full weight of a person. Just looking at the table one would think it could easily break, but judging by the photos of a person standing on the top of it, this is not the case. This piece of furniture would be ideal to add to an office space for meetings, and also add a punch of color to the room.

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