The principles of Tensegrity as a discipline were introduced in the 1960s by an American Architect known for being a visionary and an inventor. Richard Buckminster Fuller saw the benefits of construction techniques based on tension rather than compression back in the 1940s and went on to popularise the development of the Geodesic Dome.
Over the years, the structural principles of tensegrity have found their way into construction projects large and small, from the Eden Project in Cornwall (UK) to plastic brick toys from China.
Lasha, the owner of AnamariaGeorgia, has managed to combine the physics of continuous tension with the timeless beauty of natural woods and glass to create a unique range of geometrically shaped side-tables.
The tables are suspended on wires and they float gently when touched … but they are capable of supporting loads of up to 15kg.
Each table is made to order so if you have a preference, it can probably be accommodated. Drop us a line and we’ll see what we can do.