Swedish designers Mattias Ståhlbom and Gabriella Gustafson of Stockholm-based design and architecture studio TAF have long been fascinated by the underside of furniture; with their Upside-Down table, they transform their obsession into an elegant silhouette.
Above: The underside frame becomes the base of the table.
Above: TAF's initial sketch for the Upside Down Table.
Above: The underside frame is just under the seat, which is a more typical detail in furniture construction.
Above: The Upside Down table is made of natural ash and can be used as a stool as well.
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