Inspired by uncooked strands of spaghetti, this is quite a departure from the critically-acclaimed Continuum Dining Table where there is fluidity and curves.

Al Dente explores the relationship with space and environment but from a fractal perspective.

Note the way the density shifts from one end to the other.

More examples of what I do can be seen at http://www.behance.net/jasonphillipsdesign

Al Dente is a new concept for 2010.

Inspired by uncooked strands of spaghetti, this is quite a departure from the critically-acclaimed Continuum Dining Table where there is fluidity and curves.

Al Dente explores the relationship with space and environment but from a fractal perspective.

Note the way the density shifts from one end to the other.

More examples of what I do can be seen at http://www.behance.net/jasonphillipsdesign

Al Dente is a new concept for 2010.

Inspired by uncooked strands of spaghetti, this is quite a departure from the critically-acclaimed Continuum Dining Table where there is fluidity and curves.

Al Dente explores the relationship with space and environment but from a fractal perspective.

Note the way the density shifts from one end to the other.

More examples of what I do can be seen at http://www.behance.net/jasonphillipsdesign

Al Dente is a new concept for 2010.

Inspired by uncooked strands of spaghetti, this is quite a departure from the critically-acclaimed Continuum Dining Table where there is fluidity and curves.

Al Dente explores the relationship with space and environment but from a fractal perspective.

Note the way the density shifts from one end to the other.

More examples of what I do can be seen at http://www.behance.net/jasonphillipsdesign

Al Dente is a new concept for 2010.

Inspired by uncooked strands of spaghetti, this is quite a departure from the critically-acclaimed Continuum Dining Table where there is fluidity and curves.

Al Dente explores the relationship with space and environment but from a fractal perspective.

Note the way the density shifts from one end to the other.

More examples of what I do can be seen at http://www.behance.net/jasonphillipsdesign

Al Dente is a new concept for 2010.

Inspired by uncooked strands of spaghetti, this is quite a departure from the critically-acclaimed Continuum Dining Table where there is fluidity and curves.

Al Dente explores the relationship with space and environment but from a fractal perspective.

Note the way the density shifts from one end to the other.

More examples of what I do can be seen at http://www.behance.net/jasonphillipsdesign

Al Dente is a new concept for 2010.

Inspired by uncooked strands of spaghetti, this is quite a departure from the critically-acclaimed Continuum Dining Table where there is fluidity and curves.

Al Dente explores the relationship with space and environment but from a fractal perspective.

Note the way the density shifts from one end to the other.

More examples of what I do can be seen at http://www.behance.net/jasonphillipsdesign

Al Dente is a new concept for 2010.

Inspired by uncooked strands of spaghetti, this is quite a departure from the critically-acclaimed Continuum Dining Table where there is fluidity and curves.

Al Dente explores the relationship with space and environment but from a fractal perspective.

Note the way the density shifts from one end to the other.

More examples of what I do can be seen at http://www.behance.net/jasonphillipsdesign

Al Dente is a new concept for 2010.

Inspired by uncooked strands of spaghetti, this is quite a departure from the critically-acclaimed Continuum Dining Table where there is fluidity and curves.

Al Dente explores the relationship with space and environment but from a fractal perspective.

Note the way the density shifts from one end to the other.

More examples of what I do can be seen at http://www.behance.net/jasonphillipsdesign

Al Dente is a new concept for 2010.

Inspired by uncooked strands of spaghetti, this is quite a departure from the critically-acclaimed Continuum Dining Table where there is fluidity and curves.

Al Dente explores the relationship with space and environment but from a fractal perspective.

Note the way the density shifts from one end to the other.

More examples of what I do can be seen at http://www.behance.net/jasonphillipsdesign