Walking Table by Wouter Scheublin

It is definitely tough to be a design blogger. The man in question behind the creation of a cool, walking table is designer Wouter Scheublin. The new Walking Table is quintessentially Dutch, exceptionally functional, aesthetically pioneering, and yet appealingly strange table that produces strong opinions. The table is a cautiously crafted piece of furniture, which shows the exquisiteness of mechanics. It comes to life when pushed and mimics an innate walking motion, mystifying our perception of the typically static piece of furniture. As the name suggests, the Walking Table is human-powered, integrating a mechanical linkage. It is accessible in a walnut edition of only 8 pieces, each delicately crafted from selected materials.

Designer : Wouter Scheublin

Walking Table

Walking Table

Walking Table

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I, the Pessimist says: March 31, 2011

A walking table? Yeah, I can see s*** falling of this sucker already.

    poop says: April 8, 2011

    What an ungreatful little bitch ^

Ette says: April 1, 2011

i think it's pretty cool. walks only sideways though..?

anon says: April 8, 2011

You know what would be really cool? Video that shows it actually walking!







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