If you're in search of sharp design in your dining room, the Blade Table will definitely cut it. At an incredible 11 millimeters thin, the eating surface manages to extend over two meters in span, supported by four slender supports that seem to barely touch the under sides of its beveled corners.
Born from a collaboration between Mykon and Alexander Purcell Rodrigues, this dining table holds its form thanks to a unique honeycomb structure of aluminum. The hexagonal grid spreads throughout core of the rectangular plane to keep the fine surface from warping, enabling it to have that strict, slim silhouette. The Blade Table embodies nearly negligible volume within the space that it occupies, making it a striking item, but not a visually obtrusive one.
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