The Rolha Side Table by Gonçalo Campos is Inspired by the Tradition of

 - Mar 6, 2013
References: goncalocampos & contemporist
The Rolha Side Table is inspired by a timeless tradition and luxury, the uncorking of a fine bottle of wine. Named after the Portuguese word for 'cork stopper,' the table top acts as the stopper while each of the three legs can be likened to a wine opener. This is mainly due to the fact that the seat is made out of cork while the legs are secured with corkscrews rather than regular screws.

Designed by Portuguese product designer Gonçalo Campos, the Rolha Side Table boasts a simple organic aesthetic, that will allow it to blend into any living space. Not only is the Rolha Side Table eco-friendly, it is also incredibly functional. The legs screw on and off easily to allow people to transport or store it with absolute ease.