Design studio in Manchester Lazerian have annouced a collection of tables consisting of modular, birch plywood components supporting glass tops. The collection was called Mensa table collection.
Lazerian will launch the Mensa table collection at 100% Design in London this month.
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The Minerals Collection
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Mensa table collection
Lazerian’s experimentation with plywood over the past two years has culminated in the creation of a new collection of furniture.
Starting from a hands on exploration of plywood, Richard Sweeney and Liam Hopkins created a series of models with various connecting methods, including bolting and self-interlock.
With the use of a CNC (computer numerically controlled) router, these models were further advanced to find structural forms capable of supporting weight.
The designs emphasise the importance of material to Lazerian- the basis of a design starts with the material itself, and efforts are made to incorporate the unique features of the material into the design, and to fully integrate methods of hand craft with new manufacturing technologies.
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