« Structure - What guides the eye, what directs the hand, what is at the heart of vision is consistency and intuition to slowly, progressively create a coherent object. This internal structure can support our paradox. It can fill the power of our madness ; make it sublime, delicate and pure, white. » Michaël Ferire Enoki is a sculptural diner table made in Corian®. Its elegant and timeless aesthetic is the result of some researches on material and its intrinsic properties’ valorization. Mainly CNC machined, all the different parts are glued together, without any visible shutlines, which creates a monolithic, monochrome and single material visual aspect. The table seems to be sculpted in one piece, out of a precious Corian® mass, unalterable material destined to turn it into a classic piece of furniture. From the aesthetic point of view, the extreme visual lightness and the subtle asymetry are an allegory to the nature, illustrating the natural exploit of maintaining a fragile balance while optimizing essential resources and needed materials. The off-centered foot seems to support the whole table, sculpting the main surfaces in an organic way while the delicate strips give some structural rythm to the lower part of the table top. And a light tray finally seems to levitate above the table, to improve the visual harmony and balance of the whole architecture. *Enoki is a thin, long-stemmed and tiny-capped white mushroom.