Skog Ta­ble:

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Sport­ing a Scan­di­na­vian name but in­spired by Chi­nese tra­di­tional roof ar­chi­tec­ture is the Skog Ta­ble by univer­sity stu­dent Jun Lee Kai Chun. The in­te­rior, fur­ni­ture and prod­uct de­signer came up with a work desk us­ing a com­bi­na­tion of wood and con­trast­ing lam­i­nated white fin­ish­ing.

It in­cor­po­rates a white board panel for jot­ting notes, lift- up drawer for stor­age, arch shape edge to pre­vent things slid­ing off the ta­ble and a ca­ble or­ga­nis- er sys­tem.

“Scan­di­na­vian aes­thet­ics is the trend in mod­ern liv­ing life­style. ‘ Skog’ is the Swedish word for wood. I like to draw when­ever I travel but it is of­ten dif­fi­cult to find a work space that fits my sketch book, lap­top and art stuff. I was truly at­tracted by the tra­di­tional Chi­nese curved roof ar­chi­tec­ture that I saw in Pe­nang, and that’s how SKOG was in­spired and de­signed,” said Lee, 23, from Gu­run, Kedah.

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