This is a fantastic table created by young designer Kenyon Yeh for Danish design brand Menu. It has a strikingly minimal design. Its circular tabletop folds at a right angle into a point that clings to the wall to prevent the table toppling over.

“The inspiration came from a cheerleader practice I passed by one day on my way to work,” says Yeh. “Two students were rehearsing strength and balance. The male student was in sitting position up against a wall (but without a chair) and the female student was standing on his thighs. The table mimics the position of the male student, back resting on the wall and two legs angled away from the wall for stability.”

The Yeh table was presented at Maison & Objet fair and Stockholm Furniture fair 2014 by Menu. It is available in a short or tall version.

About Kenyon Yeh:

Kenyon Yeh Studio currently based in Taipei, Taiwan where he lives and continue producing his design works. Kenyon Yeh Studio is focusing on furniture, lighting, and products design. Collaborating with international clients such as SELETTI, MENU AS, ESAILA and others in progress. His work characterized by a unique approach, creativity, form and practice. “Design is a process and tool for communicate” Kenyon Yeh was born in 1983, after his graduation in Master of Product Design at Kingston University, London in 2009. In 2010 Kenyon Yeh starts his design studio in London, by producing his own handmade furniture UNIKEA collection. His works including space design collaboration with TOPMAN UK and have been worked with talented London designer Simon Hasan. Kenyon Yeh’s works have been known and published in several media and international exhibitions.

Photos: Kenyon Yeh for Menu

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