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The CRAB studio tables at the Abedian School of Architecture exhibit a deliberate and seemingly ‘wayward’ edge line that provide a range of optional positions to sit at. These positions are thoughtfully based on activities such as eating, reading, drawing, or watching a screen. The design is further enhanced with ‘tweaked’ elements and punctuated with holes, reminiscent of the 18th-century tradition of applying ‘beauty spots’ to draw attention to certain features – and also allowing cables to pass through.

The irregular curves of the furniture enable endless configurations. Inhabiting a room involves a deliberate arrangement of tables, chairs, and surfaces. The tables can come together as an island cluster, or drift apart for an individual experience.

Despite facing strict economic constraints and the need to meet statutory requirements, the spirit of CRAB furniture at the school remains undiminished.

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