Oliver Haddon developed the Toxic II Table while he was at Buckinghamshire University in England in 2009. The table was a development from an earlier design, called (no surprise here) Toxic I – AKA “The Swirl”. The designs were developed from studying flowers and the patterns the occurred within the flower head itself. Using the geometric patterns he observed, he developed the pattern into a three-dimensional sculptural table base. Toxic II has been nominated for the Homes & Gardens Classic Design Awards 2010.

The table is made from mild or stainless sheet steel. He is also starting to make this design in copper (that sounds lovely!). There are a range of sizes available, and worldwide shipping is available.