The Watertower at Home side tables are inspired by a French countryside landmark. Crafted out of heavy duty concrete, just like the reservoirs they are modeled after, the tables would strike a strong stance in living spaces. Although the raw design may not appeal to some, the industrial aesthetic lends a rustic feel that would fit into both traditional and modern households.
Created by Xiral Segard, a French designer with a particular affinity for cement, the Watertower at Home side tables come complete with a wooden surface that is removable. Underneath it lies a small storage area that doesn't have to house water.
The Watertower at Home tables were displayed at the Now: Le Off! exhibit during Paris Design Week.
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