by Robert Dalheim
Wavy CNC-cut coffee table
mimics Andes mountains
Chilean design firm transforms South American
landscapes into distinctive furniture.
GT2P’s beautiful Imagi- nary Geographies coffee table is designed to mimic the peaks and valleys of the Andes mountains.
On display in New York’s Friedman Benda gallery, the piece was cut
on a CNC, the table is covered with
ripples adapted from topographical
maps of the Andes mountain range.
The bumps gather around a circular
mirror placed off-center on the top of
The table, part of the Manufactured Landscapes collection, is the
design firm’s first solo showcase and
was created as part of a four-year collaboration with the Friedman Benda
GT2P, a design firm based in Santiago, Chile, used the topography of the Andes Mountains to make this distinctive table.
The table was created as the design firm’s first solo showcase and was part of a four-year
collaboration with the Friedman Benda gallery in New York City. Continued...