“The Treeangle table by creative Russian designer Anna Strupinskaya triggers the imagination with an image of a curved tree, split up at the top. The leg of the table is smoothly transformed into a small white vase. The sleek composite pillar created with nature-inspired, asymmetric forms composes a dynamic bend.
The concept recalls the whole process of furniture manufacturing. For hundreds of years tables were made of wood and now an artificial stone symbolizes it in a historical context. The tabletop made out of solid nut contrasts between man-made and natural materials.
The design was exclusively exhibited at the Moscow Design Week 2013, with the help of a successful collaboration with the curators of Rub Design Book Project Anastasia Krylova & Marya Tvardovskaya.” Photos: _studio Fotohaus.