Birdcage Table by French interior architect and designer Grégroire de Laforrest: This is a fantastic mixed use piece. For the safety of the birds I only recommended this table for residential use unless closely supervised
this artfully crafted piece has you covered. use this functional item as your dining table for when guests are over, or anywhere in your home as a bookshelf suited for books, fun accents, photographs, and more.
By Japanese designer Jo Nagasaka of Schemata Architecture Office. The table smooth and colourful surface is achieved by pouring coloured epoxy onto the uneven surface of the wooden table. The colour of the resin is more or less intense depending.
pinned MORE FOR the TABLE & BENCH style the the heat sensitive paint. "Linger A Little Longer" Table by Jay Watson, uses a thermochromic finish to respond to the heat of objects and people, bringing to light the impact of the user on his furniture.
Light Box / School Desk A school desk I found at a dump. The desk drawer is filled with fluorescent bulbs and then fronted with a diffuser and glass panel to create a light box. The inkwell was utilised as an ideal place for the lights flick-switch.