Alma (“Soul”) table was created by Brazilian designer Roberta Rampazzo and has a simple, yet original appearance. Seen on Design Milk, we find this furniture piece to be an example of how wood scraps can be employed in creating a functional design. The acrylic frame holds the scraps together while giving an overall elegant touch to the product. The project developer asserted that this is her way to emphasize on the nobility of wood, even in its most unused shape. The table looks sturdy and can be integrated with ease in various contemporary decors. Bottom line is if you have a bunch of wood scraps at home, you might want to put your imagination to the test and see how you can achieve a practical furniture piece. What do you think of the overall design of this unusual table?
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