The aim of this project was to create a display furniture for jewellery brand BIIS. Developed in a contemporary language, the tables are designed to enhance the quirky little pieces. As with the brand, they are not trendy, not chic and not flashy; they are edgy yet restrained.
The collection is inspired by the hidden beauty of the metropolis and the new generation of ungendered young people who live there. It is about that time of experimentation when the only constant is your inner identity. The pieces explore the behavior of the suburbs and their post-industrial spirit. They imitate the reflections of manufactured materials, the shadows of concrete buildings and the grey skies full of dust. With the spirit of rebellious youth, the forms are imbued with a comfort within a natural habitat of demanding urban landscapes.
The collection is composed of three different tables made of true industrial materials; acrylic, compact MDF and raw metal tubes. With different dimensions and heights, they create different configurations depending on the space. The tables can be easily assembled by one person using only ten screws and pack flat to allow worldwide shipping.
Photo credits: Yuichi Kimura