For practical and structural purposes, you're probably unaccustomed to seeing broken tabletops like the Surf Table has. Interestingly, the unique assembly of this particular piece of furniture makes it quite natural for the eating surface to be separated and to maintain compositional security still.
Guillaume Delvigne worked with David Leuenberger on this project as a prototype for presentation at the 2013 Milan Furniture Fair. It's constructed simply of four components with two serving as the legs and the other pair as a set of horizontal wings. To put the Surf Table together, slot the black-painted tabletop pieces around the broad upper edge of one of the solid oak supports. Slide in the second and you've got a rudimentary-spirited furnishing with a completely refined look.
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- By: Amelia RoblinFeb 13, 2014