The Contemporary Treeangle Table is a Reference to the Forest Canopy

 - Nov 19, 2013
References: annastrupinskaya & yankodesign
Items with designs based on organic objects are naturally appealing to the eyes. The Treeangle Table takes formal inspiration from arboreal shapes to bring life into a modern space.

Anna Strupinkskaya has created a stunning stone base that begins broadly and narrows as it rises. Like a tree trunk, it begins to split into two branches, before a flat wooden surface cuts across them. This dark timber panel can be visually interpreted as a leafy canopy of this side table.

The enchanting set comes with a vase that can be placed on top of the Treeangle Table, giving the illusion that it is a continuation of the bough beneath. Filling this jar with flowers and other plant life greatly enhances the natural impression.