Tentacle-y Furniture by Chul An Kwak

There are furniture, and then there are artistic furniture. It's often difficult to combine form and function, and it's almost always impossible to do it in such an artistic form. Yet, Korean designer Chul An Kwak did just that with his tentacle-y table:

With serpentine legs that resemble nothing so much as octopus tentacles, the ‘r.n.i.’ series of tables by Chul An Kwak is actually inspired by images of running horses. Sculpted from wood, these designs offer the same sort of flat surface you’d see in a conventional table but with legs that seem kinetic and alive.

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Those are wonderful! Just saw a picture of them from a design show in 2007; Googled, and found this. Do you know anyplace they're for sale? Anywhere else to look at them?
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