Adventures Close to Home by La Ville Rayée
by Harry / February 10, 2010


Architecture collective La Ville Rayée has created a series of nested tables each designed to support single objects such as a mug, a laptop or a potted plant. When not in use the tables can also be stacked to form domestic totems.



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Called Adventures Close to Home the tables combine "hyperfunctionalism and reminiscences of architectural patterns" and were created for Entrisme's exhibition at the galerie du jour agnes b..


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La Ville Rayée is an architecture group founded in 2006 by David Apheceix, Benjamin Lafore and Sebastien Martinez-Barat. The group considers "architecture as a large disciplinary field, which includes multiple forms of practice, projects by La Ville Rayée find themselves at the convergence of theoretical prospects, radical design and constructive necessities."

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