This small workbench, apparently designed for modelmaking, was created by carpenter François-Alexandre Monfort while pursuing his Masters in Product Design at France's École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (ENSAD).
I wish there was more detail provided about the piece, as it seems quite interesting and purpose-built, but we're left to decipher what we can see. There is a tiny vice for holding small items, a secondary table that pulls out to the right to create more table space, and that intriguing black sling; in one photo it appears to be used for capturing wood shavings.
Monfort has also designed small, easily movable tool-holding trays that are supported by the dowels.
Beyond that, there's no practical information about the piece itself. Monfort, if you're reading this, s'il vous plaît contactez-nous et parlez-nous de votre travail en détail!
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