Bundle Side Table by Ampersand

May 9th, 2014 by retail design blog

With sleek Corian tops and a bundle of interwoven wood rods for legs, the Bundle Side Table proves contrasting elements work well together. Designed by Cincinnati, Ohio based Ampersand, the tables require no hardware or adhesives as the pieces are friction-fit together. The legs appear to sit haphazardly underneath the tabletop, but they remain in place with the help of a circular disc that they fit through. The ends then fit within holes that are drilled into the Corian which creates a really cool visual detail on the table’s top. Each table is handmade from black or white Corian and locally-sourced black walnut, hard maple, or white oak.



















http://design-milk.com/bundle-side-table-ampersand/

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