This table is a part of a collection called “Frame Shaming”, which is an exploratory project about how furniture can represent our different personalities and appearances. This project is inspired by body shaming and the quote “what if someone sees that I am humane?”
The “Frame Shaming” furniture is between unbalanced and balanced, between classic and non classic. It is something that is familiar but, at the same time, makes us react. The “Frame Shaming” collection is a comment to the patriarchal structure which has given us unattainable goals that are doomed for us to fail.
The position of the legs causes the appearance of the table to change depending on the angle from which you see it. The thin table top creates a feeling that the furniture is unbalanced.
|Dimensions||65 × 65 × 45 cm|
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