The 'Temple Table' by Hiroyuki Tanaka is a Calming Piece of Decor

By: Matt Ho - Published: Dec 15, 2010 • References: furnishh & pichaus
The 'Temple Table' by Hiroyuki Tanaka is a design influenced by the temples and shrines in Japan.

The concept was to use the roof and pillars of a Japanese temple as a source of inspiration. In this case, the top of the table replicates temple roofs, with the legs as pillars for support. Tanaka's main inspiration behind the 'Temple Table' was to carry on the heritage of Japanese architecture that has inspired many designers and architects today. Stats for Shrine-Inspired Tabletops Trending: Older & Chilly
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