Table Attraction by Alexander Makhno

September 18th, 2012 by retail design blog

This table, created by designer Alexander Makhno, has become an original answer to the relevant present day trend of creating simple multifunctional objects without ornate design elements. It is made from the pieces of 3-mm-thick steel sheets, and is painted with special-purpose structuring paint, which turns into a special coating at the surface.

The table can be used in a variety of ways, for instance, as an occasional table or a coffee table, a continental headboard, a place to store newspapers and magazines, and even as a hostess cart during parties. Besides, the table sustains objects weighting up to 80 kg, which means that it can be used as a pouffe or a stool.

Due to their simple geometrical shape, several tables will fulfill a function of modules. Thus, when put together they make a rack. Another advantage lies in their mobility: the tables are easy to move from room to room. At the same time, neat design, diversity and flexibility make it a perfect option for practically every interior ranging from minimalist to eclectic.



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