Bordus Coffee Table by Ola Giertz
by Harry / March 18, 2013
Stealth aircraft inspired the solid ash, dovetailed Bordus, a coffee table with two sides pointing in different directions, giving the table a twisted look and sculpture-like character.


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"The table is characterized by its aerodynamic look because of the low centre of gravity, which provides the table with a sculptural quality." says Giertz.

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"Because of the form of the table you also get many combination possibilities and a variety of alternatives, depending on the application."

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"You can easily get yourself a bigger table by repeating two tables after each other."

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