Through exploratory process, Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka develops new forms. In continuing his exploration of growing crystals, Yoshioka has translated his research into abstracted representations of the natural structures expressed in the form of the Element table collection. A stunning range of products that eschews the tradtional four leg bases of tables past, the designer has worked to elevate the table top using only one or two rectangular prisms for support. Rather than standing upright, the oblong supports are tilted so one bevelled corner touches the base while the tops of the Element tables teeter on another corner at the opposite end. The range of tables is available in a number of shapes and dimensions.
Various configurations available