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Designed by Bina Baitel, these minimalist bedside tables connected by colorful tapestry that makes them look like vomiting colorful paints or paints spilled from inside the tables. The unique combination creates contemporary, unique and beautiful design. This design allows you to use it as a functional furniture, comfortable space, or a decoration in your room. More description by Bina Baitel:

Confluentia project, at the junction between furniture and tapestry, joins in a weaving carpeted furniture and pill rug of Aubusson. Two wood bedside tables embellished with a tapestry are connected by it, creating a new link, a part of space in the space. The object appears as a landscape, in the manner of the Aubusson tapestry of the seventeenth and eighteenth century, it is seen as a flat stretch between two woody reliefs.

A domestic landscape creating by the union of two familiar typologies in housing world: side furniture and rug. The tapestry presents an abstract drawing suggesting a peaceful space, like a lake, while being lively by the gush of two headwaters inviting to contemplation.

We can see the pattern of a topographical map, by definition, the drawing of a place. A hybrid territory, a micro-landscape between design furniture and tapestry. The user goes inside the landscape, lives the scene and becomes an actor in the tapestry. Thus, the action is not only set-up by the look of the tapestry but also ” with, around, on”. The interlacing of threads and colors is mixed up to build Confluentia, point of confluence between perception in-visu and experience in-situ.

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