The contemporary notion of minimalist design doesn't have to be cold, stark and stiffly composed, for some collections like Y by Lehel Juhos are crafted with a playfulness about them. This set consists of a table and four stools, each with bright white surfaces and black metal legs but there is a distinctive flair to the various components and their assembly.
The decision to simply splay the powder-coated steel supports outwards introduces a lightheartedness that would not have been present were they perpendicular to the floor. Rounded corners on the glossy plywood tabletop exude a softness and cutout handles in the tops of the seats invite adaptation for a range of uses. Y by Lehel Juhos would make a great activity station for youngsters, a casual desk or even a lovely little kitchen table.
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