From afar, the pieces in the Six Tables on Water series appear to be inspired by nature, but in an abstractly organic way. Upon closer inspection, it becomes immediately evident that a lot more thought and time was put into each table. Forming stunning dioramic scenes, they are more works of art than pieces of furniture.
Created by Italian designer Gaetano Pesce, Six Tables on Water miniaturizes such watery expanses as oceans, lagoons and even puddles. Made out of rigid polyurethane foam, PVC and epoxy resin, the exquisite pieces are the ultimate toy for both children and adults. Interestingly enough, the riverbanks, cliffs, trees and other details are removable.
Six Tables on Water is currently on display at the David Gill gallery.
Six Tables on Water by Gaetano Pesce is Exquisitely Inspired by Nature
1. Fluid Diorama Furniture - Opportunity to explore the integration of nature-inspired design elements into furniture.
2. Miniaturization - Opportunity to create miniature scenes and dioramas in various industries, such as interior design and model making.
3. Removable Details - Opportunity to develop customizable products with removable elements, allowing for personalization and adaptability.
1. Furniture - Opportunity for furniture manufacturers to embrace unique, nature-inspired designs and materials.
2. Art - Opportunity for artists to explore the intersection of furniture and art, creating functional pieces that are also visually captivating.
3. Toy - Opportunity for toy manufacturers to design interactive and educational products that combine play and artistic expression.