Quantum Table is Inspired by the Motion of Subatomic Particles

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American designer Jason Phillips has designed Quantum table, an elegant dining piece of furniture.

Quantum is a dining table that interprets what the movement or path of subatomic particles might look like. Heavy gauge steel wire is hand-formed, then powder-coated black. This forms a pedestal base for a lacquered orange corian top.

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