Automotive Icons Table Series By Discommon

Feb 2, 2018

Category: Living

Having furniture that matches your lifestyle is interior design 101; if you like it outside your home, chances are you’re going to love it inside the castle. For some enthusiasts it can be impossible to blend hobbies with homewares, but Discommon has gear heads covered with their recent Automotive Icons coffee table series that infuses legendary autos with mundane living pieces.

Spending nearly 100 hours to complete the design for each of the 10 tables in the series, Neil Ferrier and his team of design wizards set the bar high for the table series by machining each unit from four foot ingot of 6061 aerospace-grade aluminum. The first two pieces in the series are the Ferrari F40 and Ford GT, machined in exquisite detail. The remaining eight tables will feature the machine of choice from whomever commissions their building, though the next example said to have been ordered as the legendary Lamborghini Miura.

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