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20. 09. 2006  14:12 | 03_Sketches_&_Projects_4

Multi-functions / hybrid table sketches

At one point during the Workshop#4 process, we needed a long table to realise some live tests. We thought about producing a table that would match our "one room to leave, work, eat, entertain, etc." concept. An hybrid and multi-functional table that would prolong some of the Workshop#3 results.
Following these early abstract proposals done by Aude Genton during Philippe Rahm's workshop, I quickly tried some further sketches for that "hybrid functions" table (bed, table, cooking area, settee, cupboard, drawer, reception desk, boudoir, closet, ... --see below--) that could be used on all of its sides.
As we were not really convincing with those early sketches (looked a bit like an unpractical refugees camp table), we finally decided not to go further with that project and use a regular (and smaller) table for our tests...


Posted by patrick keller at 20. 09. 2006 14:12