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‘PLET’ low table by Reinier de Jong (NL)

Posted by Simon Keane-Cowell on 05.07.2010 - Tagged as: , , , , , , ,

'PLET' low table by Dutch designer Reinier de Jong

Young Dutch designer Reinier de Jong has created a low table called ‘PLET’, whose translucent top consists of 80 different strips of reclaimed Perspex (PMMA). Its oak base comes from a former dining table.

'PLET' low table by Reinier de Jong

Each of the Perspex strips that make up the top of the piece is of a different thickness, colour and level of transparency, making every ‘PLET’ table unique. Overall, the table’s scale and rational form are suggestive of traditional Japanese design.

'PLET' low table by Reinier de Jong

'PLET' low table by Reinier de Jong



to Reinier de Jong’s website