This razor blade-thin table is the ultimate in minimalist design, with a steel sheet as a metal table top, it is nearly non-existent. When looked at from a perfectly perpendicular angle, the Table Chieut looks like a 2D hieroglyph or Korean symbol.
The Table Chieut has an intelligent design as it appears to be hovering above the floor with just three thin asymmetrical rods balancing the metal top on one side. Though the legs are not centered, the three tubes are set in an overlapping pattern that uses the laws of physics to hold the table up and anything that's placed on top.
For those who would like something with a little more substance, warmth and less danger -- the thin table also comes in a cherry wood design with thicker legs and a plastic tabletop.
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