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watson table by paul loebach | more furniture design
named after james watson, the american scientist famous for discovering the helical structure of dna, the ‘watson table’ is the result of controlled material experiments. Influenced by english furniture of the late 1600’s, the object features bold, structural legs that are reminiscent of open wood twistings. made from a wood and carbon composite, the table utilizes the inherent rigidity of carbon as a structural core, creating a symbolic composition of maximum strength with minimal materials. 

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watson table by paul loebach | more furniture design
named after james watson, the american scientist famous for discovering the helical structure of dna, the ‘watson table’ is the result of controlled material experiments. Influenced by english furniture of the late 1600’s, the object features bold, structural legs that are reminiscent of open wood twistings. made from a wood and carbon composite, the table utilizes the inherent rigidity of carbon as a structural core, creating a symbolic composition of maximum strength with minimal materials. 

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archiphile:

watson table by paul loebach | more furniture design
named after james watson, the american scientist famous for discovering the helical structure of dna, the ‘watson table’ is the result of controlled material experiments. Influenced by english furniture of the late 1600’s, the object features bold, structural legs that are reminiscent of open wood twistings. made from a wood and carbon composite, the table utilizes the inherent rigidity of carbon as a structural core, creating a symbolic composition of maximum strength with minimal materials. 

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archiphile:

watson table by paul loebach | more furniture design

named after james watson, the american scientist famous for discovering the helical structure of dna, the ‘watson table’ is the result of controlled material experiments. Influenced by english furniture of the late 1600’s, the object features bold, structural legs that are reminiscent of open wood twistings. made from a wood and carbon composite, the table utilizes the inherent rigidity of carbon as a structural core, creating a symbolic composition of maximum strength with minimal materials. 

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