I wanted this table to have no meaning. A stainless steel frame is attached to a wooden board, and a wire cable is pulling it so that it will not fall over. On top of that, there is just a transparent glass plate. There are no elaborate connections; what should be visible is visible, and what does not need to be visible is not. The structural form is a little unusual, but it is neither discovery nor an invention. It is a piece of furniture shaped only by materiality, and I expect it difficult for people to find meaning in it. And I hope that the idea of rebellion against the meaningfulness of objects is now so commonplace that it is considered meaningless in itself.
I find this table beautiful, but some people may not think so. At least in everyday objects, I am looking for the faint glimmer of meaninglessness rather than the exquisite beauty of meaning. I am looking for, and want to share, the feeling of finding the sparkle of an object by chance, using my unique tools, while I am excitedly trying to figure out how to assemble the materials I have been given.