If 3D rendering is an art, Deniz Aktay is an artist. The German designer never fails to boggle our minds and his latest conceptual design of the ‘Spring’ low coffee table has left us scratching our heads. The designer has done everything from introducing a cracked metal base design to a tetrahedron structural design. In his latest creation, he moves one step forward and introduces us to the art of balance in form of the ‘Spring’ low coffee table.
The coffee table features a metal tabletop and a helical shaped wooden stand. Speaking of tabletop, the metal tabletop in pictures looks similar to the one in Excalibur and Spinning coffee tables, though there might be subtle changes in the finish, but not in the core structure. However, the table base is the talking point of the design, just like other creations of the designer.
The wooden stand or the base functions as a supporting element for the metal tabletop. Touching the metal top on two ends, the wooden stand creates a ring-like pattern above the table and holds the mighty metal together. Acting as a clever transport handle, the table would also be easier to move around in case it turns into reality. However, it would be a real challenge to mold wood in the desired manner to get the conceptual furniture design right.
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In our last conversation with Deniz Akhtay, the Stuttgart-based designer told us that he is planning to work on his rendering and a few of them would soon be shaped into reality. Deniz also told us that he gets his inspiration from other art forms like sculpturing, architecture, painting, and music which motivates him to deliver such projects to perfection.
Going by his word, I’d hope, this particular design gets the green light because it would be an instant conversation starter and its beautiful design would also add to the décor of any home.