Inception Inspired Wave City Dining Table

Feb 26, 2016

Category: Living

In the 2010 blockbuster Inception, Christopher Nolan bent both our minds and the city of Paris. Now, you can own a tribute to the latter with Cyprus-based designer Stelios Mousarris’ Wave City Design Table. Built for the abstract artist in all of us, here’s a chance to own a dining table that will surely turn heads and break the ice.

Made of wood, steel and 3D printed technology, this piece expands upon the previous design that depicted an urban sidewalk. A now larger edition, this dining table features an urban landscape that billows along a smooth wooden S-curve, eventually folding back onto itself at a load bearing in the middle and supporting a fine glass surface atop the wooden frame. The piece spans a little over 8ft in length, 2.5ft in height, and about 5ft in width. The designer is currently selling the piece through his online store. [Purchase]

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