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Magnetic Wooden Table Snaps Together In Different Configurations

Magnetic Wooden Table Snaps Together In Different Configurations
Design & Architecture

‘Multiple’ is made of multiple beech poles, which attach together magnetically, meaning the table can be pulled apart and then put back together in different combinations.

Emma Hutchings
  • 1 october 2012

‘Multiple’ is a table designed by Raphaël Charles that is composed of lots of equal-sized poles made from solid beech, which attach to one another through magnets. The shape of this artistic design can be manipulated as the table can be pulled apart and then put back together in lots of different configurations.

Creating A Table Using Magnetic Rods

The multiple 38cm beech elements in the magnetic system can be assembled to form one table in various shapes or separate islets to best suit the space.

Creating A Table Using Magnetic Rods

Raphael Charles

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+furniture design
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