Cahute Table by Pierre-Gilles Fourquié
by Ted Savage / September 6, 2011
From Pierre-Gilles Fourquié, a whimsical table that is also a hut appeals to "our childlike imagination."

(Click the images below for full sized images)


A low table "allows us to store recent readings and symbolizes a place of meditation and reflection." The light is inspired by "Native American peace pipes used to declare peace between two tribes."


The roof of the hut is overstitched felt. The movable magnetic lamp allows us to vary the lighting according our needs.

Site Meter