Created out of solid steel, the table Chieut almost looks like a Korean logogram from the side. It uses three thin, widely splayed legs to keep a heavier steel tabletop balanced, regardless of how much you stack on top.
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Chieut (ㅊ) was, literally, the main inspiration behind it all, as a fearless pictorial translation of the Korean word to a sophisticated table; thus highlighting another possible facet of minimalism, denying abstraction as a result and welcoming figurative visual representation. Uniting simple and thin steel pipes as the foundation, the balancing act starts to unravel before our eyes; an oval steel sheet, just as nimble as its base, sits off-balance pompously unlike most classic tables. The project started in April 2012 and keep progress in the detail modification and manufacturing.
Matte Anodized Steel Welding, Laser cutting, CNC
H 500 x W 350 x L 520 (mm)
IMAGE CREDITS: JAY DESIGN, 2016.
Copyrights belong to Jay Design(Seung Jun, Jeong), 2012