The Functional Rhythm Table by the Paris-based designer Emilie Colin Garros, is made from a single sheet of metal. Triangular shapes are cut out and then folded down to form the base of the table making the piece go from flat to three-dimensional. The table has a strong graphic quality created by the positive and negative spaces and imagine how cool light would look filtering through the cutout spaces. It almost looks like a moving fan!
Photos by Lutz Sternstein and Marie Flores.