Now in Singapore at the Foundry Store – Mia Hamborg’s playful nod to an old Nordic craft tradition, aptly called the Shuffle Table.
27 January, 2012
Norwegian designer Mia Hamborg’s Shuffle Table for Copenhagen-based &Tradition gives new life to the old Nordic tradition of turning wood.
The design recalls the playfulness of Scandinavian wooden toys where children invent forms by stacking turned wood modules on a stick. Like the toys, the table’s turned wooden leg is divided into pieces. And being truly Nordic and democratic, the user determines how the table should be stacked, and what height measurements best fit their home.
Available in Singapore at Foundry Store
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