Christopher Duff of Duffy London created a concept coffee table design made of high grade wood and layered glass. Looking from above the table becomes a mysterious abyss in the ocean with beautifully swirling layers of sand surrounding it.
This autumn, Duffy casts an eye downwards - looking to the depths of the ocean to dream up a dramatic new coffee table, that introduces the majesty of the big blue to the interior... As well as servicing you with somewhere impressive to put your cup of tea. Contact Sarah Myerscough Gallery www.sarahmyerscough.com info: firstname.lastname@example.org www.miami2015.designmiami.com
By using layers of wood and glass, London based designer Christopher Duffy came up with this beautiful Abyss Table that looks like the ocean depths. With a simple idea, Duffy managed to mix two major trends in current design and fin.
homebuildlife: A close-up of the Iro table by Jo Nagasaka reveals the intermingling of the resin and timber materials and the contrast of polished translucent polymer and raw natural wood. Image courtesy of Gallery S.
I need some plans. I can reproduce this very quickly. surprising how many people can fit comfortably in one of these.Anyone can do this with the right plansI want diy/tiny homes/bike commuting . diy-tiny-homes.
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