“I have this inner motivation to steadily create something new. So whenever I have the time I try to design a fresh concept and share it with the community, said Deniz Aktay in an exclusive conversation with Homecrux, weeks back. Staying true to his words of introducing a new design every fifteen days, the sensational German designer brought out the winding side table stool, which doesn’t even look like a side table, but does function like one.
Dubbed Winding, the side table is made of wood. “I loved the idea of a continuous plywood design which doubles at the top where the additional thickness is very welcome when used as a stool or side table,” said Deniz Aktay. The result is a side table poised on two sleek wooden slabs which join each other at the top to become one and add thickness to the stool. The double-layer at the top provides firm support to the user to place accessories on top of the table.
The wooden slabs end up creating an acute angle in between, which opens an additional open space that can be further utilized for other nitty-gritty purposes. It would be difficult to achieve the super-sharp bend with plywood but the rendering looks attractive at the moment. Deniz states, that the 180-degree bending on its “nose” is not bent plywood but an array of plywood shims. It is deliberately done to simulate the appearance of a continuous bent plywood sheet. The friction with the ground is the key, which let it function as a side table.
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The side table can be used in any corner of the house. You can place items from a flower vase to books and car keys on the wooden furniture.