B-11 side table plays with squares and triangles
When you enter a room, you instinctively get a sense of the space
B-11 side table – by Swedish designer Camilla Ödmo – plays with squares and triangles to create a three-dimensional twist.
The designer thinks that both architecture and furniture play a big part in how we feel, physically and mentally.
When you enter a room, you instinctively get a sense of the space.
“I like to add lightness and playfulness when I create furniture and add positivity to the room. Both in color and in shape.” said Camilla.
The company behind the B-11 side table is Bordbord, a small independent design studio located in Stockholm, Sweden, founded in 2014 by Camilla Ödmo.
Its goal is remaining independent and retain small scale.
It gives the freedom to evolve in different directions and make interesting collaborations.
You can buy the tables on bordbord.se and follow Camilla’s news on Instagram.