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Skip table
skip table (2012) _ walnut, ash / 1800 x 600 x 750(h)


It is a table designed with a motif of Korean traditionalhousing arrangement.
The inclined lay of the land surrounding the housing is the top of the table. By enabling the three drawers to be opened in three different directions each,
I wanted to express the Korean traditional housing naturally harmonized with the nature. The bent side of the table symbolizes the traditional scholarly fidelity,
giving the table a touch of Korean classical scholar’s furniture. From a functional point of view, the table can be shared by both an adult and a child at the time
thanks to its two different heights.
naturally harmonized with the nature. The bent side of the table symbolizes the traditional scholarly fidelity, giving the table a touch of Korean classical scholar’s furniture.
From a functional point of view, the table can be shared by both an adult and a child at the time thanks to its two different heights.




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