The Sweep Table by Lucas Martin Has Functional Holes

 - Nov 7, 2011
References: lucasallanmartin & mocoloco
The Sweep Table by Lucas Martin breaks all boundaries, and the designer presents a table that has holes on its surface that provide additional functions. This four-legged furniture is inspired by Japanese rock gardens, which explains the use of glass vessels protruding from the wooden piece.

Martin is a dedicated designer who blends everyday life with functional objects. The creator explains, "A culmination of three elemental materials, the Sweep table embodies the harmony that exists between beauty and strength." This white oak board combines metal, wood and glass, which are completely different elements to produce an object that is aesthetically beautiful. Additionally, the glasses can function as containers.

The Sweep Table by Lucas Martin sports an organic shape because of its curvy legs that bring together oriental influence with modern style.