This tubular steel table may be a small piece, but it offers more than the ability to hold a cup of tea and some light evening reading. Studio Maré designer Andre Leal looked to the early plans of the city of Brasilia as inspiration for this dynamic object, taking from the branching forms of the residential superblocks and translating them into axes that serve an atypical function.
The cruciform structure of the Axes Side Table supports the rounded wooden surface designed to hold the items you might expect to set down, yet the crossing metal extends outwards with enough length to serve as pegs for hanging all sorts of items. This tubular steel table could support a purse in a front entryway, a sweater in the sitting room or jewelry in a bedroom. It is a space-saving table that invites multifunction.
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