Claytable by Erwin Zwiers

published in: Design By Apostolos Mitsios, 22 July 2009

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Erwin Zwiers invites us to leave our traces at his table that is inspired by the beach and proves that life is full of marks! Erwin Zwiers gets inspired by the relaxing playfulness of the beach life and gives us some interesting furniture. We present you his Claytable that forms part of the “leave your shape behind” collection.  Zwiers points out that the beach is one of the fewest places where trails from humans and animals are left behind into the sand, what makes them visible. The Claytable is a translation for leaving trails behind. The softness of the surface of clay makes the claytable perfect to play and shape and therefore evolve.

The attractiveness of the surface of clay works for both children and adults. All tend to touch the clay and play with it, including you Yatzer readers, let’s face it! The claytable is designed in order to be an ideal product for public spaces, for example waiting rooms/rooms to play in hospitals, schools and nurseries, or brainstorm areas in companies. Furthermore, the Claytable could be used for children and adults with mental of physical limitations to stimulate different senses. We would add that a project replacing clay with gum could probably be the ultimate solution for all those city pavements invaded with sticky chewing gums!

Dimensions : 1600 X 800 X 750 mm ( L X B X H )
Material: Aluminium and clay

The making of the Claytable

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Erwin Zwiers

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    franky | 2009-07-29 14:11:20

    Inspirational work! I just love it! *As always, great work from Yatzer!

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