Tuesday, September 26, 2006


The TOPO table consists of a corian surface (standard in kitchen countertops) interrupted by plastic inserts that have been molded over rocks, creating irregular miniature landscapes in your furniture. The inserts can be placed either face up or down, so that they form little hills or valleys that can be filled with soil and plants.

The TOPO table is completely customizable, allowing the owner to choose how much tabletop real estate goes towards the decorative, and how much towards functionality. As a work desk, it seems ideal to have just one or two TOPO bits on the edges, but in a kitchen, it might be great to fill the entire thing with herbs or wheatgrass.

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