Four straight vertical legs are successful components to a sturdy table, but they are not the only means of support for an eating surface. The Web Table by WAMHOUSE explores a different sort of structure that is capable of elevating a tabletop. Their compelling choice is a dynamic net-like framework that resembles an impressive example of scaled-down civil engineering.
Its parabolic profile is made more complex by its third dimension, with the whole piece constructed of intricate intersections of the metallic material. From four points on the floor, it swells up in the middle, actually penetrating the square dining surface to complete its domed peak. The resulting form is an intriguing built-in centerpiece that completes the pulled spider web design of the Web Table by WAMHOUSE.
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