3:1 table by TJ O’Keefe

October 18th, 2011 by retail design blog

Ambitious young Chicago based designer, TJ O’Keefe has bowled us over with this simple, yet fantastically innovative, reworking of the nested table. With all three of the intersecting elements being unique in form, the elegant simplicity of the original cube is dramatically transformed when the tables are pulled apart. As much a design object, or sculpture, as a piece of furniture, the table demonstrates the designer’s fascination with geometry, a fascination that is key to his hugely promising works as a product designer, architect and graphic designer…





http://www.weheart.co.uk/2011/01/14/31-table-by-tj-okeefe/

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