Miam: Low table chewed through


Planning an addition to your assortment of furniture? Miam by Josselin Zaïgouche is a low table that just begs to be taken home. Miam has been described as the “greediest low table” and the reason lies in its unique shape. Miam is actually fashioned out as a composite of two fitting parts. These come together on an edge that’s designed as a zigzag, possibly representing teeth marks. The low table seems suited to hold trays in living rooms and lounges. Stack the pieces in different corners and bring them together when needed. That’s sure to add a bit of fun in an otherwise simple item. The color combination is also rather tasteful. A tribute to partisan ways, perhaps.


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