Product news: these tables by London designer Michael Sodeau have noughts and crosses inserted between their legs.
Michael Sodeau designed the Noughts and Crosses tables to accompany his earlier Noughts and Crosses stools and will launch them with British furniture brand Modus at the London Design Festival in September.
The steel powder-coated O and X shapes are placed underneath the tabletop, acting as a cross-brace for three or four legs. They will be available in black or red, while the oak tables will come in three different heights.
The tall cafe table also includes a shelf with coloured hooks, creating a place for hanging bags and coats.
Other Modus products on show during the London Design Festival will include the curved wooden Norse char by Simon Pengelly and Arik Levy's Japanese-inspired Geta furniture, both of which were launched in Milan.
Other interesting tables on Dezeen includes a coffee table designed to resemble an ancient brain-teaser puzzle and a table that lets you eat your dinner directly off its surface. See all tables »
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