|Whipple’s Mori coffee table, above, with its distinctive pattern on top, was made from “a piece of maple that was really weird,” says Whipple. The metal legs echo one of the themes in ikebana, the Japanese flower arranging discipline that Whipple studies. There are three “stems” or legs connected to the table in an off-center spot. Two of them are three-quarters the length of the third, he says.|
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