A Modern Side Table With a Planetary Pop
Inspired by the way in which astronomers measure the distance between celestial bodies, Parallax, a side table by Los Angeles creative Elyse Graham, pairs walnut, maple, or ebony (not shown) with a carved sphere similar to the orbs that first put her on the design map.
The colorful globe is made of her own MetaMaterial, a resin composite marked by unique, non-repeating patterns. The marbled and graphically charged shapes decorating these “planets” resemble galaxies-in-miniature, a groovy intervention in the otherwise straightforward and refined timber structure.
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