Designer Meyer Miller Smith was inspired by the topography and architecture of the German capital while creating the Berlin Table. Photographed here with several plushie brown bears (the bear being a symbol of the city), the Berlin Table reflects the vibrant cityscape of the European epicentre.
Aspects of the city's neo-renaissance architecture, prefab town blocks found in East-Germany and modern buildings can all be seen within the Berlin Table. Have a look for yourself by clicking through the gallery.
The Berlin Table by Meyer Miller Smith Takes Inspiration from the City
1. Neo-renaissance Architecture - Disruptive innovation opportunities could include incorporating neo-renaissance architectural elements into furniture designs.
2. Prefab Town Blocks - Disruptive innovation opportunities could involve creating modular furniture inspired by the design of prefab town blocks.
3. Modern Buildings - Disruptive innovation opportunities could arise from merging modern building aesthetics with furniture design.
1. Furniture Design - Furniture designers can explore new concepts by incorporating neo-renaissance architecture and prefab town block elements into their creations.
2. Interior Design - Interior designers can draw inspiration from the Berlin Table's fusion of neo-renaissance, prefab town block, and modern building influences to create unique spaces.
3. Architecture - Architects could explore how the Berlin Table's design elements can be integrated into their building designs, blurring the lines between furniture and architecture.