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Pelle DVN Table inspired by traditional Japanese carpentry
28 Nov 2019 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
The DVN Table was created using Japanese joinery techniques
Jean and Oliver Pelle, the husband and wife team behind New York-based design studio Pelle, have created the DVN Table, a low table inspired by traditional Japenese carpentry.

Described as an experiment in hand craftsmanship and manufacturing, the DVN Table combines simple materials with sophisticated Japanese joinery techniques that are used to create furniture without using nails or fasteners.

The table consists of three aluminium legs, milled down to a thousandth of an inch to create three curved supports, connected to a round tabletop via concealed tongue-and-groove attachments that create clean lines and give the table the appearance of being a single form.

"The DVN Table has an abstract and minimal abstract expression. We were interested in developing a language for the DVN Table that creates a sense of wonder and surpise in what otherwise is a simple form," say the Pelles.

"Rather than celebrating connections of material to stay true to a specific constructive logic common to them, we liked the idea of surpressing connections and detailing while using a single monolithic material."
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