The Un-Deux-Trois Table by Vito Selma Makes Spiders Jealous

By: Jessica Marcel - Published: Feb 15, 2010   Updated: May 27 2011 • References: vitoselma.blogspot & mocoloco
The Un-Deux-Trois Table by Vito Selma is reminiscent of a carefully crafted spiderweb. The edges of the table form a strong frame within which exists a spiraling, twirling magnificent string form.

Vito Selma also used strings to form his Geo Cocktail Table. While that table relied on the strings for the legs, the Un-Deux-Trois Table instead has the strings as a purely aesthetic addition.

Implications - The Un-Deux-Trois Table means one, two, three in the French language. The frame of the table is colored in black, while the strings are a golden color. Vito Selma's unique table would make a great statement furniture piece in any home's living room. When looking at the table from above, the strings make out a gorgeous pattern. Stats for Whirling Web Tables Trending: Older & Mild
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