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The Puzzle-Table by Anders Guld Lengthens Piece by Piece

 - Oct 12, 2012
References: designspotter
The Puzzle-Table by Anders Guld demonstrates a much more fun way to assemble a piece of furniture from multiple wood panels. The designer treated each segment like a piece of a jigsaw puzzle with tabs and notches that fit perfectly together end-to-end. It exposes a beautiful spectrum of three different shades of timber in maple, oak and walnut.

Formally speaking, the handmade eating surface takes an unconventional shape that tapers towards one edge. This makes it ideal as a breakfast table set up against a wall. This narrowing makes it a little bit less of an obstacle when you're moving about the room.

Great as a craft table, a desk or a kitchen table, Puzzle-Table by Anders Guld has an amusing aesthetic that's rare among the standard furnishings of a home.