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Living Island | Stephanie Marin

A nomad archipelago, an upside down peak game convertible in table

Living Island is a wooden table system put together horizontally, in epicea whose visible sections form a random combination evocative of the remarkable form of geological strata. Two simply piled up elements which can be separated easily. This Wonderful pieces of furniture imitating the natural environment were created by designer Stephanie Marin from Smarin – her studio based in France.

Free shapes, massive, which seems to float as a new challenge to the gravity in the living room. Two small islands which can be stacked, forming two independent consoles, a nomad archipelago a game of upside-down summits convertible in tables!


1 Comment
  1. interior designs says

    That furniture looks AMAZING.

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