Floating Phantom Table

German architectural studio Graft Architects, has come out with a new and very visually striking table. The “Phantom Table,” made of carbon fiber and plastic, has a flowing design that gives the viewer a slight sense of uneasiness, as if they are waiting for the “cloth” to finally fall to the ground. The idea behind the “Phantom Table” is that it's to look as if the tablecloth is being swept away revealing a table that never existed in the first place.




Graft's Website
via [Urukia]

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