Harow Apollo 11 Table

Oct 10, 2017

Category: Living

The 1969 Apollo 11 moon landing was a monumental achievement for the United States and humanity in general. And still, to this day, the allure of that alien object in the sky is undeniable. Now, you can put a part of it, or at least a recreation of it, in your home in the form of Harow’s Apollo 11 table.

Made from an exacting combination of fiberglass and painstakingly layered resin, this table features a faithful topographical map of the moon’s surface created using bonafide digital NASA archival files to ensure accuracy. In fact, the whole thing was made in a sterile environment to ensure its perfection. Every detail has been pored over, even the legs – which are a solid brass contemporary take on those found on the original Apollo Lunar Module – were sculpted to the micro-millimeter. To get your hands on this limited edition piece of home decor, however, you’ll need to get in touch with Harow.

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