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Actual prototype image of underside detail of Balance coffee table.
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Actual top view image of Balance prototype table.
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Steel legs are swaged formed first then roll bent to a specific geometrical arc.
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Final steel leg bent to design specifications.
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Finished CNC cut Zebra wood center section.
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Finished Zebra wood center section.
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Aluminum end caps copper plated.
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Steel legs and cross stabilizer bars are chrome plated. Aluminum mounting bracket is highly polished.
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The two end parts are copper plated. They are dished out to hold items such as remote controls, magazines, keys etc. to keep main center table area clear of clutter.
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The two arched legs were inspired by modern suspension bridge designs. This approach keep the overall look and feel simple, not over designed.
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The two arched legs are swagged then pinch rolled to achieve the tapered look as the legs arch and touch the floor.
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Early quick sketch of overall form and layout of the design.
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This sketch shows bracketing and angle mounting of the legs. This part of the design was important as the intent was the table top to appear floating on two curved legs.

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