Quadra by Wo Mierzwa

Quadra is a winning combo of solid oak woodwork and adjustable modular steel legs. Less of a decorative furniture more like a statement. Versatile piece to work in modern, industrial-inspired or more traditional spaces. May this be an inspiration to your next project. Enjoy!

To create table Quadra we need to add four factors. The first is respect for the material. Each tree (a living organism) which starts a new life as an user-object should be treated in an exceptional way. Respect can be presented only by the quality and the ideas for which the object was created.

– Wo Mierzwa

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The second is a factor of experiment. This is how we receive proper originality. The third is a combination of industrial style with a homely atmosphere. The fourth factor remains as our little secret. Four-legged table top.The protective coating of oak wood is a top quality hard wax oil. Prevents discolouration and protects against scratches, leaving the wood natural in touch.

– Wo Mierzwa

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About Wo Mierzwa

Wo Mierzwa is a young Polish industrial designer. For few years he worked as a freelance designer working closely related with industry, where he gained valuable experience. In 2014, decided to co-create Metafor – design & construction studio where he is current leading designer. Responsible for the studio’s aesthetics, ideas and art direction. Still looking for metaphors and assigns them to everyday objects, to be unique and created for the particular needs, and not for ordinary mass orientated production. In his works, he often uses and highlights the importance of object-user relation. From an early age, he was fascinated by the aesthetics and new technologies. Over everything appreciates the work of human hands, its quality and the computational speed of human brain. Northern European style is the closest to him. There he studied knowledge of carpentry and absorbed the history of Finnish design.
He is a designer of important reasons. You can find more of his works on his Behance profile or website.