Scallop table by Samuel Wilkinson
for Versus

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Scallop table by Samuel Wilkinson for Versus

London-based designer Samuel Wilkinson has designed a series of low tables for Danish design brand Versus with depressions in the top to stop small items rolling around.

Scallop table by Samuel Wilkinson for Versus

The name Scallop is derived from the table's curves edges and the dish was inspired by his observations of how people tend to cluster items on a table to give a sense of organisation.

Scallop table by Samuel Wilkinson for Versus

"The uniquely v-shaped tubular legs give balance and lightness while still complementing the soft-edged plateau top," says Wilkinson.

Scallop table by Samuel Wilkinson for Versus

Samuel Wilkinson won the Design Museum's Design of the Year Award 2011 for the Plumen 001 lightbulb in collaboration with Hulger.

Scallop table by Samuel Wilkinson for Versus

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  • http://www.weka-sauna-holzprofi24.de Sauna Bob

    Everything a man needs fits right in – phone and keys. :) I like it a lot!

  • jed

    Objects don’t “roll around” on tables. It’s nonsense.

  • Sinclair

    Ah, that never ending problem of when my books, keys & iPhone roll off the table…

    Garbage. Surely they could have chosen much better items to illustrate the functionality of the indentation? Also, how small is the top one! The iPhone takes up nearly 1/3 of the width…