Crashed Ferrari Coffee Table

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

In our eyes, Ferraris are literally a rolling work of art. The Italian supercars are more than just high performance monsters tearing up the track, they are truly beautiful from top to bottom.

French designer Charly Molinelli feels the same way, and decided to give this totaled beauty a second life in the Crashed Ferrari Table. Molinelli went on the hunt, scouring the local junkyards, and eventually came across a crashed Ferrari. The remains of the vehicle were then crushed to ensure they would fit the dimensions of the hand crafted table. The crashed remains of the multiple six figure supercar are now on display under a sheet of glass, fit for your best coffee mug. There’s still hope after all that some of us will be able to have a Ferrari in house, even if it is completely inoperable.

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