Plame coffee table by Jaime Andres Quinapallo

November 10th, 2014 by retail design blog

Inspired by the urban agriculture, the concept of the plame table was born, its main objective is the crop of medicinal plants to have them at home, those plants are used in teas, infusions and nutritional supplements. The idea of its shape was born from the fine curves of the woman’s body and its principal function is on the center which represents fertility. It owns a plant pot with the option of growing different medicinal plants for a daily use inside of a home.
Its manufacturing was made with residues of MDF panels and its coverage with a lacquer made of water.

Photography: Saulo Jaramillo
Design by Jaime Andres Quinapallo
















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