Japanese studio Nendo creates an absolutely breathtaking porcelain tabletop that evokes the aesthetics of lilypads. Dubbed the 'Hasu,' the furniture piece is modular. The materials for the exceptionally crafted piece are sourced from Sèvres — 275-year-old porcelain manufacturer. Nendo's creation encompasses a love for nature, communicates the delicacy of flowers and highlights the relationship between abstractness and realism. The porcelain tabletop consists of a square-shaped end that "gradually disperses into a group of small round tables." Flat on one end and highly detailed on the other, the textural shift of the Hasu table signifies a move between artistic styles.
Aside from the beautiful porcelain tabletop, Nendo also creates a few ornamental flower pieces that are to serve as home decor.