Christopher Gentner, a designer based out of Chicago recently revealed his 'T Table collection.' It is a line of minimal furnishing tables inspired by Gentner's alternative talents -- metalsmithing. The designer recalls his metalsmithing apprenticeship from both sculptors and jewelers when crafting the T Table pieces. The skill exudes through the tables' sculptural aesthetic and detailed craftmanship.
The tables are crafted from a dark stainless steel material and made in two different sizes. This is done to maximize their functionality to adapt to whatever the user needs. The T Table series is made to be altered and used in three ways, so it may vary in height, and can even be placed together for a new silhouette. Additionally, the pieces are all made in Chicago and are available separately or can be bought as a collective set.
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