Edenic Design released their first design, the Teâshí Coffee Table, and have since produced only 100 of the branching creation. Named after the Japanese word for “limb,” the table’s structure rises from the ground with limbs that could resemble branches, veins, fingers, or lightning bolts. Each table is welded by hand with care going into each piece to honor the original creativity that led to its unique silhouette. Beyond its intriguing structure, the Teâshí Coffee Table was designed with the intent of collaborating with artists who could take it to the next level. The first collaboration is with Montreal artist
Maurice Martel architecte gives nod to iconic modern architecture in a project in Montréal where they designed an indoor swimming pool that can be enjoyed all year long, even during the long Quebec winters. Pavilion A references Philip Johnson’s Glass House and the Ben Rose House featured in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off with its minimalist structure made of metal and glass. Massive windows float floor-to-ceiling with a flat roof that appears to float on top.
The exterior part of the structure might be black, but the interior is bright with the help of skylights and a white ceiling.