The Barcode Table embraces the 21st century in a classic way. Made out of stone and metal, it looks like a traditional piece of furniture that would have existed in ancient Rome. Its striped monochromatic pattern, however, belies its true nature. As its name directly relays, the Barcode Table is inspired by the optical machine-readable representation of data used in retail.
Designed by Draenert Hakakian Tariki, the Barcode Table would become the focal point of any dining room. Simplistically bold, its striped pattern would also complement just about any existing interior design.
Great for the environmentally conscious, the Barcode Table is completely recyclable due to the natural materials used to build it. It is the combination of 200 different stone types.