This conference table was designed to have maximum impact and visually communicate a level of complexity deprived from the interaction of a series of regular geometric solids..
The central “bridge” of Dodecahedrons (12 sided figures) intersects with and pierces through the central table tops, while the ends of the table are supported on a larger Dodecahedron with an intersection Icosahedron (20 sided figure) inside it.
The two central table tops and the bridge can be removed to create a side table, and the two end sections pushed together to form a smaller compact table. The irregular sized pentagonal cut outs in the table create interest and allow the features of the base to be seen through the top.
Approximately 2 months from start to finish.
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Happy New year everyone. After an extended Christmas holiday we are back in production, working on the icosahedrons that will be inside a Dodecahedron. These will form the end bases of a large extending conference table. #furniture #furnituredesign #handmadefurniture #klimmekfurniture #conferencetable #dodecahedron #icosahedron