Fletcher Eshbaugh’s 1th Studio embarks on a new project. It realizes a furniture design that is deeply rooted in psychological affairs, signaling how one thing needs another.
The Codependent table is "a physical manifestation of codependency." When one thinks about it, the silhouette of the piece is quite simple and intuitive, however, the way it is translated in the landscape of modern furniture design generates interest. 1th Studio's offering presents two interlocked tables — one is white and one is black. The piece requires both components to stand and serve its intended function.
The philosophy that Fletcher Eshbaugh built around the furniture is truly endearing. In a very seamless and physical way, the Codependent table suggests and exhibits how two entities or two forms rely on each other to stand or exist.