The X Table by Christopher Duffy of Duffy London has a series of cris-crossing legs that inspired its name. Since the design is slightly more haphazard than the letter X would give away at first, the aesthetic appears more organic than structured, like a branching tree. Nevertheless, upon closer inspection it can be noted that Xs appear at every turn.
At once intricate and minimalist, the X Table by Christopher Duffy performs quite the balancing act. Made out of slender black steel and topped with either solid walnut or maple, it is clear that the X Table by Christoper Duffy would fit into just about any living space. The emphasis on material difference is what sets it apart.
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