Monday, 3 October 2011

'Phantom' Table by Graft Architects

Inspired by movement (with reference to the way Marilyn Monroe's dress was blew up by the wind) and designed by Graft Architects, the Phantom Table is an intriguing look at mass and space, exploring motion and the interactions beside it. 

With nothing to support this 'table cloth' but itself, the table appears to be invisible and the table floating and blown by the wind... 

I am in love with this design and it is just so dynamic; it really does play tricks with your mind as you can picture the table structure that should be beneath it.

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