LOOPS presents a series of coffee tables that come in handy in serving while enriching your décor in style. Falling in line with sustainable furniture, each coffee table is created from renewable resources and recycled material, depicting reduced environmental impact as a whole.
Martin Žampach, an industrial designer, has placed special emphasis on the design and use of unique processes in an endeavor to make these coffee tables stand apart. A 3D printing industrial robot was deployed in its creation, which presents the option of creating larger tables than usual.
Its design showcases a smooth top and 3D printed base. Recycled plastic comes into shape forming a smooth and glossy tabletop that can conveniently display your books, hold a vase, or a coffee cup. A variety of geometric shapes come together to form the base providing an overall amalgamated look.
Interestingly, the print head traces shapes and applies layer after layer of composite material containing cellulose from responsible forestry. This stylish coffee table is ideal for serving as a furniture piece that can become a centerpiece in your living room or bedroom. Its designing process gives the liberty to make use of different materials to transform the make and the environment.
The intensity of the material used is largely displayed in the unique texture and hues of the final product. Offering subtly hued tabletops, the LOOPS collection displays three distinct color variations: Hera, Aura, and Iris.
LOOPS coffee tables come in three different heights (small, medium, and large) to give them the freedom to create various furniture arrangements. The table should not be exposed to direct sunlight and can be cleaned using a wet cloth. The tables are priced starting at $521.
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