The L Series by New York studio Assembly Style is a modular collection of shelves and tables supported by poles that poke up by way of the horizontal surfaces .
The variety of stained-wood furnishings currently comprises three tables – L2, L3 and L8C – and a shelving program named L4.2-2. But each can be adapted to suit personal requirements.
“This assortment is really customisable – specially in terms of finish and configuration,” Assembly Design and style co-founder Pete Oyler advised Dezeen.
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“Our hope is that people will uncover inspiration in the versions we have produced hence far and respond to the vast prospects to style a piece, or group of pieces, that very best complements their residence, office or keep.”
L2 is a side table with four 36-centimetre-substantial legs whilst L3 follows the identical kind, but is double the length with 6 legs.
L4.two-two is even longer and has eight legs that extend up by way of a lower surface to a height of 68 centimetres.
The legs help a further two side-by-side table tops, creating a shelving program which resembles a double-decker table.
Lastly L8C is a circular table with eight legs organized at the intersecting points of a grid.
“The assortment was inspired by classic wood joinery, mid 20th century turned legs, and the concept of modularity,” stated Oyler.
“Our aim was to develop a furnishings technique that was versatile, developed for the two batch and mass production, and had a distinct and vibrant character.”
“Offered how streamlined the general geometries are we wanted to draw interest to what is at the core of this system – the legs,” he extra.
The legs are turned utilizing computer numerically managed (CNC) cutting technological innovation from lacquered ash, all-natural walnut or white oak, and joined to the tabletops employing by means of-tenon joints, which suggest the legs protrude via the table’s surface.
“This approach of joinery is ages previous and as easy as it is sophisticated,” added Oyler.
“The L Series champions classic wood joinery in the form of strong legs and proud shoulders.”
Photography is by Kendall Mills.