Anibou will launch Tomek Archer’s PegLeg table at their Melbourne showroom next week.
July 19th, 2010
Next Thursday 29 July, Anibou will partner with Indesign to launch the latest range from designer Tomek Archer. PegLeg is a solid timber table top with legs, which are fitted without the need for tools, screws or glues – a triumph of CNC and some ingenious design.
PegLeg was a finalist in the 2009 Launch Pad program as well as runner-up in the Bombay Sapphire Design Discovery Awards.
The event, to be held in Anibou’s Melbourne showroom will showcase Archer’s design and welcome Interior Designers and Architects to view the product.
Call Anibou Melbourne on +61 3 9654 5222 for function details.
PegLeg Production from Tomahawk Studios on Vimeo.
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