The tables come in a range of different colourways: Amber, smoked, green and then the more playful set up of Cyan, magenta, yellow.
I was inspired by the CMYK color process in printing. CMYK refers to the four inks used in some color printing: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Key (Black). When CMY “primaries” are combined at full strength, the resulting “secondary” mixtures are red, green, and blue. Mixing all three gives an imperfect black. I thought it would be interesting to play with the idea but overlapping colored glass to create a similar effect but also creating an added function to the tables. The tables can be displayed in a number of possible configurations- nested to be stored away, staggered, overlapping for a more centerpiece look as a coffee table, or individually used.