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Pylone tables by Linn Kandel

Pylône by Linn Kandel

Cologne 2011: industrial designer Linn Kandel exhibited these occasional tables inspired by electricity pylons at imm cologne earlier this month.

Pylone tables by Linn Kandel

Called Pylone, the pieces each have a wire frame and glass top.

Pylone tables by Linn Kandel

Kandel designed the collection while studying at Ecole cantonale d’art de Lausanne (ECAL).

Pylone tables by Linn Kandel

imm cologne took place 18-23 January. See all the stories about the event in our special category.

The information below is from Kandel:

Pylône is a project inspired by the aesthetic of electric towers, the many ways their lines and structures interact with each other.

The interpretation of these constructions became a series of side tables on which tinted glass trays rest to let assembled structures appear.

They are made out of square, powder coated metal profiles.

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