Grégoire de Lafforest created this gorgeous birdcage table he called Cage Archibird, which he explains was designed to break convention. It creates a theatrical aspect to the traditional table, as an homage to curiosity cabinets. The bird cages are designed to look like glass bells as a nod to the idea of stuffed/taxidermy birds. It’s very interesting, but not sure I’d want to eat at it!
Stunning Birdcage Table by Grégoire de Lafforest
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