Few side tables are equipped to hold the dozens of reading materials that many people would prefer to stack on top of them. An object like the Ligne Roset Paper Table is a clever and convenient living room inclusion for anyone book or magazine lover.
This unique piece of furniture designed by Nathan Yong actually lets you separate your periodicals, tabloids, newspapers and novels into 14 different piles. Most people who try to maintain this sort of order amidst their current printed media collections end up with a room that looks to be anything but organized.
Embracing an arboreal form with a central shaft and a fringe of thin page-like ledges, the Ligne Roset Paper Table is an unusual object which acts as an unfamiliar fanned out bookshelf.