1901 / two Ls spell a T

At first sight, two Ls spell a T seems to be a simple round table constructed of metal. But upon further inspection, subtle panelling lines and the varying shades of metal on the table-top reveals that it is actually constructed in three pieces; one half circle piece and two quarter circle pieces. Each of these pieces area attached to each other with simple bolts, thus can easily be dismantled. The table leaves the choice to the users to utilise it as a whole assembled, as independent pieces, or in different combinations.

Ultimately, the piece aims to reveal the different personalities of the users through its modest freedom of choice, bring back the people to the centre of focus instead of the furniture piece as an object.
 

Location
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Surface
1m²
Engineers
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