Called Pylone, the pieces each have a wire frame and glass top.
Kandel designed the collection while studying at Ecole cantonale d’art de Lausanne (ECAL).
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The information below is from Kandel:
Pylône is a project inspired by the aesthetic of electric towers, the many ways their lines and structures interact with each other.
The interpretation of these constructions became a series of side tables on which tinted glass trays rest to let assembled structures appear.
They are made out of square, powder coated metal profiles.
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