the two-legged table
A table that is missing two legs will inevitably topple over, won’t it?
“Suppenkaspar” is a series tables that was developed within the project “inValid” . The missing legs of the of two-legged table are compensated by weights that are held by thin and nearly invisible strings. As a result the table stands stable – seemingly defying the laws of physics at first glance. The two-legged table was named after the story “Suppenkaspar” by Heinrich Hoffmann written in 1844. In the story a boy refuses to eat his soup. He get’s thinner and weaker every day.