Designed by Isaac Freidman-Heiman for Souda, Kreten offers an alternative to the typical table.
The first thing you'll notice about it is how very un-table like it is. Gone are familiar distinctions like "legs" and "surface," replaced by an intriguing, variable, and abstract form.
Kreten is essentially a creature of negative space. Formed by curing concrete in a spandex mold, Kreten captures all the spontaneity and surprise of its production method: "Air bubbles, color variation, and visible aggregate are all part of its beauty."
Each table is unique, but Kreten comes in a short and tall version. Colors include white, gray, and black.