Sponge Table by Schemata Architects

March 23rd, 2016 by retail design blog

This is a table designed for the museum shop at 21_21 Design Sight in Tokyo. The tabletop is composed of sponge sandwiched between thin wood veneers, so light that a woman can easily carry by herself. In addition, it is easily collapsible and portable, serving as an efficient tool to fully utilize the space. In addition, it also serves as a partition wall by changing the leg parts.

designer: Schemata Architects
architects:Jo Nagasaka
project team:Ryosuke Yamamoto, Natsuhiro Yamauchi
collaboration:Kawai Processing Works
photo:Takumi Ota

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