Wednesday on a Tuesday...

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Today I wanted to talk about Wednesday Architecture, a Copenhagen based design studio, founded by the architects Lise Bjerre Schmidt and Sofie Trier Mørk in 2013.

Sometimes it’s very easy to recognise kindred spirits.

Especially if they are contrary and mischievous.

This one sentence used to describe their wonderful Baroque table sealed the deal

A table that folds in and out in various ways, with the baroque element of always having one surplus leg – as an ornament and an irritant.

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Wednesday create designs that relate sculpturally and architecturally to the surroundings. 

 They work with unique pieces, limited editions and products for industrial production. In developing the unique “haute couture” pieces, we have the opportunity to work with a sculptural offset, and the process gives us ideas for both limited editions and items for industrial production. Their Baroque table is a thing of beauty...

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A Pitch Black folding table
The folding table; Baroque is a game in it self – Like a dance for two or more.
It is designed for The Cabinetmakers´Autumn Exhibition PITCH BLACK. 
A table that folds in and out in various ways, with the baroque element of always having one surplus leg – as an ornament and an irritant.
Producent: Cabinmaker Mikkel Magnussen . Photos by Anders Ingvartsen
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I'd happily live with the irritation of one extra leg, if it looked this good...

Queen Marie