Beth designed and constructed this silk yarn and chakte wood table not as a way to hold things, but as a way to not hold things. She intentionally built the table top in yarn so that the junk that we toss onto tables would not be able to pile up.
She is intrigued by the intersection between hard and soft goods. Soft goods can benefit from the form and stability of hard goods. Hard goods can benefit from the flexibility, fit, and comfort of soft goods.