The Abyss Table by Duffy London

January 28, 2016

Table and the Deep Blue Sea

Furniture designer Christopher Duffy has created a table inspired by the landscape under the sea.

The aptly named Abyss table is made with layers of wood and glass arranged like the contours of a geological map, with the glass appearing darker and darker as the layers add up, creating the effect of an abyss as you look into the table.  Great for sparking dinner table conversation and perfect for serving seafood on.

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http://duffylondon.com/product/tables/abyss-dining-table/

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