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Amaury Poudray’s Gears Table Collection showcases industrial designs

Dr.Monika Thakur

Gear manufacturing company- Remy Barrere Gears in collaboration with French industrial designer Amaury Poudray has created an unusual collection of tables inspired by industrial gears. The collection is suitably named Gears Table Collection and will be displayed at Maison et Objet 2014 and Paris Design Week.

It consists of three tables inspired from authentic industrial materials and designs, each forming a tenacious structure. The designer has built each table from metal and stainless steel gears to give it a real industrial appearance. Gears collection includes three tables with different heights- small (28-inches), medium (30-inches) and large (43-inches). The small one can be used as coffee table, the medium one as small center table and the large one simply as side table to place décor objects or as a bar stool.

These tables were assembled within premises of the company itself with metal legs and metallic circular table top. But, the table top of the coffee table differs as it is made of blown glassware instead of any metal. Designs of the table collection depicts that it is not difficult to create sophisticated furniture designs using mechanical stuff from the core industrial lifestyle.

Gears Table Collection

Table top of small coffee table is made of blown glassware

Gears Table Collection

Circular table top made of metal

Gears Table Collection

Base of the table top made of metallic gears

Gears Table Collection

All tables are assembled together within the production area of the firm

Credit: EspritDesign

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