The TAF Upside-Down Table Exposes its Construction

 - Nov 26, 2012
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Inspired by the functional and constructional side of furniture, the TAF Upside-Down table can be flipped over to reveal its underside.

While the structural aspect of furniture, especially tables, is usually hidden beneath the surface, TAF decided to expose the wooden framing and make it a part of the overall aesthetic. This is a way to give those who use the tables a better understanding of the way in which the table functions in a visually obvious way. The tables come in several sizes, the smaller of which can also be used as stools.

The TAF Upside-Down table allows the user to have a better understanding of their furniture and thus, identify with it more.