12 New Jaw Dropping Coffee Table Designs By Svilen Gamolov
Ultra modern, fascinating, sculptural, multi-dimensional, and fun! Those are only five of the adjectives that immediately pop into your head when you see a Svilen Gamolov coffee table. In short... well, they are awesome! Don't be surprised if your jaw out-and-out drops when you see them.
The Bulgarian furniture and interior designer has a long list of kudos for many of his brilliant chair and stool designs; his creations are all very unique. For today, though, I'll just regale you with some of Gamolov's newest coffee table designs from his Crazy Systems furniture design and a few others that are all looking for producers.
Notice that there are few telltale marks of the traditional coffee table limiting Gamolov's work.
1. The Step Coffee Table
Made of glass, polywood, and high-gloss paint, this new foot and its shadow is part of Gamolov's Crazy Systems series of furniture.
2. The Pentagram Coffee Table
These marvelously molded aluminum ovals create an iconic feller welcoming guests to settle their coffee cups on its glass cover. Reflecting its surrounding colors, the Pentagram could easily become a fixating objet d'art.
I just have to share the Pentagram Book Case with you; you'll understand why.
3. The Mud Heart Coffee Table
Sun-dried mud mixed with glue and white glair (egg-white mixture) covers the wooden laths and the layers of hemp cord and straw: "a sculpture with a functional application." On hundred percent recyclable, the Mud Heart is also part of the Crazy Systems series.
4. The Spring Coffee Table
Glass, medium density fiberboard (MDF), and stainless steel make up this stark truly 'industrial' design, also part of Gamolov's Crazy Systems series.
5. The Orient Coffee Table
Here, Gamolov gets his inspiration from Persian carpets and ancients Arabic architecture. Made of acrylics and/or aluminum and stainless steel, various colors are available and make a very special splash. Notice how Gamalov uses colored glass to mute or heighten color.
6. The Orea Coffee Table
MDF, glossy paint, and stainless steel, make up this almost retro design with an "Orea" adding a beautiful multi-dimensional touch.
7. The Pendulum Coffee Table
Gamolov loves black and white design; it's been a very popular color combination for his past creations as well. Now, for his Crazy Systems line, he's created an entirely new look with it. The Pendulum uses wood, stainless steel, and high gloss paint.
8. The Rhodope Coffee Table
Svilen Gamolov has a special feeling for Rhodope Mountain, located in one of the most naturally beautiful areas of Bulgaria, his homeland. The Rhodope Coffee Table is made of wood and is part of Gamolov's 'Bulgaria' furniture line.
9. The Tears of the Sea Coffee Table
The stainless steel weave breaks up the wood to form waves, as the table legs, only some of which are weight-bearing, form the tears - the wisps that wane without notice, without the power of the sea.
10. The Fusion Coffee Table
Blown glass forms the table top for this legged design, with the wooden legs balanced diagonally by size and shape.
11. The Spot Coffee Table
This awesome creature really puts the udders on coffee tables. Acrylic and glass plus a lot of guileless imagination create a concept that's as useful as pretty - seats nine!
12. The Zing Coffee Table
Finally, I'll share this multifunctional Zing Coffee Table. You can not only see each others' tummies through it, if you're seated on the floor, you can use the Zing as a bench, as storage space, and as a book or magazine case. Nice, big, and totally modern. Acrylic and stainless steel.
Delight in more of Svilen Gamolov's designs on the Behance Network. (Many of his designs are awaiting production - hint, hint.)