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."


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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."

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

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