Architecturally Inspired Furniture Brings New Meaning to Table Forts

By Andrew Liszewski on at

Inspired by children who use furniture as objects of play, Atelier Takagi's Range Life table was designed not only with architects' favorite materials—blackened steel, concrete, glass, etc— but also with the design principles of much larger structures as well, incorporating I-beams, columns and trusses into the visual design of the piece.

When peered upon in the right way, it's as if you're getting an anatomical view of a building. And this is only the first in a series of similar pieces, so expect to see more going forward. [Atelier Takagi via Architizer]