Fractal table

Fractal, the latest work from Sydney collective DesignByThem, is a modular table based on a pie chart. Its eight individual pie-shaped tables can be rearranged into various configurations as a single table, or split into segments and smaller groups or individual side tables. Embedded magnets aid precise alignment in any configuration.

Options include tops of either walnut or hoop pine veneer – both are FSC and E0 rated – or the designers can customize the tops and frames with colour.

Dimensions, collectively: Ø970mm × H364mm. Individual pieces: W430 × H364 × D353 mm.

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