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mixtape cassette table by jeff skierka
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jan 08, 2013
mixtape cassette table by jeff skierka


‘mixtape cassette table’ by jeff skierka

 

 

celebrating the 50th anniversary of the audio cassette, american designer jeff skierka has developed ‘the mixtape table’ —
a 12:1 scale replica of the device is made of high-grade baltic birch plywood with maple veneer, solid american walnut
throughout, and a hand-applied oil finish. 

 

each coffee table is built to order, hand-assembled and finished in seattle. the piece is completely reversible – sides A and B,
stamped and numbered on one side. conceived with a 3/8 inch polished edge with a glass top , the surface sits on a custom
platform with hand-bent steel powder coated legs. 

 

 


mixtape table living

 


mixtape table side angle

 


mixtape table front

 


mixtape table back

 

 

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