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All Tables Should Have Materials Sourced From Spanish Fishing Towns

The Ray table is what happens when you let Spanish architects make clever furniture.

It comes from a design shop started by two architects in Madrid. It has a large flat surface with a clean, natural finish. It has a weird, asymmetrical shape inspired by a Manta Ray. It has hairpin legs, which minimize visual clutter. It has a hidden storage basket on the underside that glides from end to end, giving you a drawer on either end. It has cotton netting once used for fishing that is sourced from San Sebastian.

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via Mayice

Yeah, this table is great. I’ll take them all.*

*Mayice’s Ray table, which was on display at WantedDesign in New York, doesn’t have a set price, but anyone interested can inquire directly with the company. For the sake of anyone drooling over this thing, it’s probably better that you we I don’t know the price.

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Adrian Covert has written some things on the Internet, and now he writes and edits things on Co.Design. Loves naps

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