Angkor Table Design Collection by Paris-based Olivier Dollé caught our attention with a bold appearance and an intriguing concept. The design was inspired by the 12th century temples at Angkor Wat in Cambodia, “a place where architecture and nature are one and where tree roots and branches overrun the walls“, as the designer himself described it. So you may want to look at this furniture piece not just from a practical point of view, but from an artistic one as well.
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Twigs on the table
Modern assembly technology
The table features a multiplex birch wood structure finished in veneered wood dyed in black. It’s leaning leg imitates a natural branch motion and is veneered in oak as is the branch table top. The three black legs are furnished with oak feet. Available as a coffee table, dinning table and writing desk, the project is an interesting addition for a large array of modern interiors. It comes great on its own, and even better with the corresponding lamp- have a look!
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