Flux Table by studioINTEGRATE
by Harry / July 29, 2013


A mathematical pattern used in ancient Iranian architecture is the basis for studioINTEGRATE's Flux Table.



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The designers were exploring fusing the legacy of Islamic art with contemporary modes of computation.


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"The intricate geometry and pattern of this table is derived from a basic 'Toranj', a mathematical pattern used in Iranian Architecture that usually appears as a radial effect in a rhomboid contour." says studioINTEGRATE.
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"From this departure point, a three dimensional geometry that is a smooth transition between two layers of strict geometric pattern is constructed. The legs of the table emerge at the convergence points of the base pattern."


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"The glass top is considered an extension of the geometry, with its printed patterns reflecting the geometry of the continuous form."


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The generated geometry was manufactured using contemporary digital fabrication technologies with the end product a polyurethane coated dense foam table.


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