British designer Lara Bohinc launches a geometric table that is interesting both in geometric arrangement and color choice. The silhouette is informed by the aesthetics of Bauhaus — a design movement that has proven to have resurfaced in the consciousness of creatives of late. While the color is a balanced "blue-green-hued verdigris finish," the shape features a combination of surfaces. The form is indicative of Lara Bohinc's approach to furniture design.
The creative releases a tea table silhouette and a coffee one. The uneven surfaces of both give consumers the opportunity for a certain superiority in functionality. For example, the tea table boasts a U-shaped curve that is "intended to store magazines."
Both of Lara Bohinc's geometric table designs go by the name of 'Orbit.'