Thursday, February 7, 2013

drift coffee table.

i discovered this "drift" coffee table by tj o'keefe through daily tonic. tj o'keefe, an american furniture company founded in 2010, states that they "create powerful objects through compelling minimalism." they sure do.
this fascinating design of smoked glass, weathered wood, minimalist in its form and with that distinct cantilevered top is part sculpture, influenced certainly by architecture and interpreted artistically.

tj o'keefe further describes our furniture choices, and the time that exists afterwards like this: "after an object is decidedly functional, we are left with its presence." don't you love that? and that presence, that time afterwards is what we are looking for. it's why we purchase what we do. when we do. the objects you surround yourself with on a daily basis are important. they affect you. they move you. or at least they should. enjoy!

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