The Clip Table is a simple piece of furniture that appears to be inspired by industrial aesthetics. Yet that couldn't be farther from the truth. Despite its basic wood and metal materials, the Clip Table was modeled after the behaviour of vines. In particular, the way vines cling to a structure, be it a tree or building.
Designed by James Boock, an industrial design student based in Wellington, New Zealand, the Clip Table is crafted out of ecologically treated Accoya pine. The legs are easily clipped on, hence its name. Just as easily, they can be snapped off for easy storage and shipping. A flat-pack design, the Clip Table can be utilized just about anywhere. It would complement both classic and contemporary homes.
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