Crafted by American designer Mike Bolster, according to him the Baltic birch plywood table ‘aims to provide a more lyrical representation to the calculated precision of topographical maps’. In this he succeeds; as the furniture piece provides an unpretentious view of the topography through the tempered glass top. The support element of the table is also pretty unobtrusive in nature, by receding within the spatial boundary of the more visually impressive counter.
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