The lighthearted Climber Side Table does not ask you to pile up various things across a single surface; it lets you to arrange your items on separate tiers for better convenience, organization or aesthetic arrangement. There are three ascending levels to it that are meant to reference the character of climbing vegetation.
The tree-like coffee table has a solid oak wood stand with four root-like legs that merge and then emerge as supportive branches. The first layer is a broad ring-shaped surface that's ideal for your reading material. The next one up extends outwards and holds a yellow disk with a generous glass top. The highest ledge looks similar to the yellow one, but it's been colored in turquoise. The E1+E4 Climber Side Table invites you to place your tea, your snacks and your remotes up higher for orderliness and easy access.
The Climber Side Table Offers Three Levels for Flexible Possession Placement
1. Multi-tiered Tables - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Designing furniture with multiple tiers for better convenience and organization.
2. Flexible Possession Placement - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Creating furniture that allows users to arrange their items on separate tiers for aesthetic arrangement.
3. Ascending Levels - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Incorporating ascending levels in furniture design to mimic the character of climbing vegetation.
1. Furniture Design - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Developing multi-tiered furniture designs for improved functionality and aesthetics.
2. Interior Design - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Introducing flexible furniture options for arranging possessions in a visually appealing manner.
3. Home Decor - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Providing consumers with multi-tiered furniture options to enhance organization and convenience in their homes.