It is not often that the television stand gets a lot of love in the design department, but the Tree 2.0 proves that once in a while, the unexpected does happen. Instead of focusing on clean lines and a contemporary aesthetic that complements the television's own hi-tech look, the Tree 2.0 is more of a sculptural creation. As its name suggests, the Tree 2.0 takes on the tree-like shapes. From the slender trunk to branching shelves, the television rests above it like one big leaf.
Created by Hall Design, the branches of the Tree 2.0 serve a bigger purpose than simply enhancing the tree motif. It hides unsightly cords and wires. The shelves provide storage for DVD players and gaming systems.
Tree 2.0 by Hall Design is as Practical as It is Good-Looking
Meghan Young — October 4, 2012 — Art & Design
References: hall-design.fr & yankodesign