Texture, color and cost are the basic building blocks of Rachel Griffin’s ‘Face Value’, a series of low tables each made of three interlocking panels.
“Each panel is produced from a range of materials—marble, Corian, Padoek hardwood, colored MDF, and plywood—representing a range of values.” says Griffin. “These materials (and values) are then assembled to create tables in varying compositions of texture, color and cost.”
Each component can also be easily mixed and matched as the tables are constructed without glue. The tables are functionally flexible; they can be used individually, in a line or stacked as shelving.