Slant Table by Phillip Jividen

January 11th, 2016 by retail design blog

The slant table is minimal but expressive in detail,the plank style legs which are the key element of the design, derives from the Bauhaus “straightforward” design approach. The table top features a quarter inch rimmed surface and conic profile. Legs are supported by a dowel cross-brace. Constructed of white oak and finished with Danish oil.

Design: Phillip Jividen
Photography : Lauren coleman


About Phillip Jividen
Phillip Jividen is a product designer based in New York. Grad- uating from the Cleveland Institute of Design in 2011 with a Bachelors in industrial design. He has since worked with sever- al designers working on high end residential and commercial projects were he gained technical experience and his aesthetic sensibility for minimalist design. With an affinity for the past Phillip explores traditional and contemporary techniques to create pieces that strive for a balance of form, function and innovation.










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