The design for this small cube-shaped cocktail table was inspired by the German-American artist Josef Albers who was famous for his use of geometric shapes and patterns and the use of color.   I built the cube with Garnica HDF engineered wood, which is great for painted surfaces and used aluminum and Plutonium paint for the finish.  Here’s the how-to video and the design plans and you can paint in whatever color combination you like best.   I used Plutonium’s Truer Blue and Polar White for the finish.

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 Click here to learn more about Josef Albers and his Homage to the Square  series of over 1000 related works, which the artist began in 1949 and continued to develop until his death in 1976.

Oil on Masonite – Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Hommage au Carré, 1965

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