Patterned pieces: Passage trays and tables by Vantot

Jongsma used laser-cutting technology to create the pieces made of contrasting pieces of layered white oak.

Esther Jongsma launched the Passage collection of patterned pieces of trays and tables for Netherlands-based design firm Vantot. Jongsma, who represents half of the design team at Vantot, used laser-cutting technology to create the pieces made of contrasting pieces of layered white oak. The result is a series of pieces infused with graphic patterns in contrasting colors like black and white, blue and white, and brown and white.

 

 

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