Andrew Cheng Unveils Beech Side Tables Inspired By Chopsticks

by , 08/27/14

London design festival, Andrew Cheng, chopsticks, chopsticks-inspired furniture, pencil making, lacquer, tent london, reader submitted content

San Francisco-based industrial designer Andrew Cheng designed Chopsticks, a series of side tables with simple and slight profiles. Inspired by the two-toned lacquer used on chopsticks to differentiate ownership, the slim table legs are split into two color blocks. Steel rods are inserted into the table legs to strengthen the structure in a process similar to pencil making. The Chopsticks series will launch at Tent London during the London Design Festival.

+ Andrew Cheng

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