Called New Standard Table the design features adjustable legs made up of two triangular parts.
The design allows for the thickness of the tabletop to be changed and still sit flush within the legs.
The following is from the designer:
RCA graduate Fredrik Paulsen showed this table at Ventura Lambrate during the Milan design week. The design relates both to early french modernism and russian suprematism and comes in a variety of dimensions says Paulsen.
Each leg consists of an outer part that holds and frames the surface, and an inner part that connects to the top and provides stability.
The inner part can adjust height which let users to add a glass sheet or change for a different top and still get the parts to fit flush. The table is not yet in production.
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