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Clean and crisp table design influenced by Japanese architecture

An almost architectural piece of furniture can create a feeling of grandeur. This is the case with this next table: a Japanese inspired creation from Hiroyuki Tanaka that strugles to carry on with the heritage of Japanese culture. The table, named “the Temple Table”, is a white wood piece of furniture that is derived from the architectural roof and pillar system. A series of wood beams form the supporting structure of the table and decorates the surface right underneath the top surface. The lines are kept simple throughout the design in order to respect the influence that the Japanese culture had on Hiroyuki Tanaka`s works.

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[via Dezeen]

Ada Teicu
Ada always dreamed of transforming her love for writing into a lifestyle. Passionate about all things beautiful, from faithful dogs to homemade cooking or climbing her beautiful homeland mountains, she was very much into interior design and architectural wonders. Ada is from Timisoara, Romania, loves purple and turquoise and her all-time favorite c[...]

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