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Daniel Rohr Poked 909 Holes into the Surface of His Colander Table

 - Sep 23, 2009
References: mocoloco & gizmodo
Daniel Rohr’s latest design is the Colander table. A table with 909 holes poked through it and it was designed to erase the idea space and material. Produced using a CNC milling process, the polished aluminium tabletop starts out at a weight of 408 kg (899 lbs). To render the Colander table functional a plate glass top sits on top of the porous tabletop giving the illusion that any object that is set upon the table is hovering above it. It takes about four weeks to produce one table and so it comes as no surprise that the Colander table is a limited edition design. In total ten Colander tables will be produced (so you can bet it will be burning more than 909 holes through your wallet).