The Abyss Dining Table by Duffy London

Feb 16, 2016

Category: Living

Duffy London makes some really stand-out pieces of furniture. From cable-suspended dining tables, to coffee tables with a woodsman flair, he’s been able to breathe new life into everyday items and the new Abyss Dining Table is no exception.

Built with sculpted glass and wood, London arranged the materials to give the dining table the look of an underwater topographical map. The piece comes with two light sources at the bottom of the two trenches that when turned on, give the table a bioluminescent vibe. Measuring in at 6.5 feet long, 3 feet wide, and just about 2.5 feet tall you’ll easily be able to seat all your friends around it. Get these while they last – only 25 units are being made and they’re retailing for $41,000. [Purchase]

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