The most noticeable element of this table is its mesh metal base. It is constructed from expanded steel mesh, from which it takes its name. No designer can use this distinct material with its industrial connotations without giving credit to Shiro Kuramata
and his poetic arm chair ‘How High the Moon’ from 1986. Like ‘How High the Moon’, this table contrasts an industrial aesthetic with elegant proportions. Mesh, however, has a much more resonant reference to the once ubiquitous, industrial waste paper bin.
Since the tabletop of high quality high pressure laminate merely rests on the galvanised and powder coated steel base, it can be used for storage. Mesh is suitable as a coffee or side table.