Two horizontal elements act as the base and surface, separated by a pair of vertical sheets positioned perpendicular to each other.
"The structure invokes curiosity both when using it up close as well as seeing it from afar," said Eero Koivisto, who co-founded the studio with Mårten Claesson and Ola Rune.
Caramel is designed to be versatile for use in both the office and the home, as a temporary workstation or an occasional table.
"We wanted to break away from that tendency and design a table that could function very well in an office environment as well as in a very sensitive domestic space," said Claesson.
The whole piece is lacquered in a gloss finish that comes in a range of bright colours, including orange, blue, pink and yellow.
Earlier this month, Claesson Koivisto Rune unveiled a collection of wooden furniture patterned with stripes of walnut and maple.
Photography is by Offecct.
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