Irish furniture designer John Lee is a fan of furniture that flows. His newest design, The Salcombe Table, is full of intricate openings that allow the air to run smoothly through each empty space.
Lee claims that the inspiration for the holes came from eroded sedimentary rock and the effects of erosion. As such, the table is designed with natural-looking gaps that give the table an earthy feel. The Salcombe Table's surface was also sandblasted and textured to create a silky smooth plane with no risk of pesky splinters. If you are looking for a table with a unique edge and effortless style, this design is for you. With holes like this, both you and your table will have plenty of room to breathe.
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