The Kinect Four Side Table has a very industrial aesthetic. But if it happened to be made entirely in metal materials, it would look more like the robotic machines it was inspired by. Although clearly tech-y in some regards, overall there is a raw vibe to the design that recalls temporary furniture at construction sites. Yanko Design points out, "A charming blend of metal and wood creates a juxtaposition between industrial and natural elements"
Designed by Axel Yberg, a studio based in New York City, the Kinect Four Side Table was appropriately commissioned by a client in the biotech robotics industry. Fitting in with his other 'functional art' pieces, the Kinect Four Side Table is eye-catching.
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