Called Crawling Table (above) and Darjeeling (top), the pieces are made of tubular steel and cherry wood.
"Before you learn how to walk, you learn how to crawl," says Kraitz. "Tables never learned how to walk."
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Here's a tiny bit of text from the designer:
Everyday life inspires me. I want my things to tell stories. Sometimes trivial observations that I want to share. Other times the topics seem more existential. But mostly, the simple, small and everyday matters the most.
Material: Steel, Cherry-wood and glass, Wheels
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