Product DesignQuantum Table is Inspired by the Motion of Subatomic Particles

Quantum Table is Inspired by the Motion of Subatomic Particles

Quantum Table is Inspired by the Motion of Subatomic Particles (1) (Custom)

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.

Quantum Table is Inspired by the Motion of Subatomic Particles (2) (Custom)

Quantum Table is Inspired by the Motion of Subatomic Particles (3)

Quantum Table is Inspired by the Motion of Subatomic Particles (4) (Custom)

Quantum Table is Inspired by the Motion of Subatomic Particles (5) (Custom)

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Quantum Table is Inspired by the Motion of Subatomic Particles (7)

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Quantum Table is Inspired by the Motion of Subatomic Particles (9)

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