Ingenious “make-a-table” project by yael zwickel



A lot of people seem to be interested in ingenious projects that provide them with ideas and pieces that can help them build their own furniture or that can teach them how to reuse items that they no longer need. It’s fun and very practical. It also provides us with very original pieces and great ways of decorating our homes.

One project that fits these criteria is called “make-a-table” and it was designed by yael zwickel who is an Israeli design student. E created this piece as part of his studies and it seems to be very appreciated. The project consists of cast metal legs that can be easily attached to any object or item that fits the shape and form criteria. The result will be a one-of-a-kind table that you can create yourself. It’s an interactive project that offers great freedom to the user. This means you can choose basically anything you want and you can even use multiple pieces to create a truly original piece that fits your personality and that perfectly integrates into your interior design.

At the moment the product is still a work in progress and it’s not available for sale yet. Hopefully it’s going to be put on the market soon and we will all be able to use it to create our own table.{found on designboom}


Published by in Design And Concept, on August 6th, 2011

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