Columns in architecture date back to the bronze age, and stand as symbols of longevity and of civilization itself. These side tables use the cylindrical form in repetition to echo the same rhythm as fluting found in classical Greco-Roman architecture. The reflectivity of the cylinders and proximity to each other give them a brilliance and an illusion of density. While at certain angles, the negative space becomes apparent highlighting the lightness in structure, bringing these forms into the 21st century.
Materials: Stone and steel
H24" x 15"Ø
H18" x 15"Ø
H12" x 15"Ø
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