furniture — December 19, 2011 at 9:03 pm

Becoming X by Xiaoxi Shi

A deserving winner of the 2011 red dot design concept award, the X Plus table was conceived as a functional sculpture for contemporary living spaces. To achieve the shape, three triangular areas are cut from a single sheet of stainless steel, the sheet is bent into form and the two end points are welded together. The result is a modular object composed of two X shapes that works independently or arranged in a series. In a variety of hues and finishes, the table is adaptable to almost any motif.




  1. Bravo… this really sets a standard.

  2. nice idea, unfortunately not so new

  3. I Became X’ fall qtr 1999….K.Lange Studio Cal Poly – SLO….word

  4. Smart & beautiful!

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