Livingisland table by Smarin

November 7th, 2014 by retail design blog

A nomad archipelago, an upside down peak game convertible in table. Free shapes, massive, which seems to float as a new challenge to the gravity in the living room. Two small islands which can be stacked, forming two independent consoles, a nomad archipelago a game of upside-down summits convertible in tables! Livingisland is a wooden table system put together horizontally, in epicea whose visible sections form a random combination evocative of the remarkable form of geological strata. Two simply piled up elements which can be separated easily.

Design by Smarin

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One thought on “Livingisland table by Smarin

  1. Fritz says:

    This is a revolutionary design to consider in the new generation!

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