Hunn Wai’s PING-PONG Dining Table

Hunn Wai’s PING-PONG Dining Table

If you’re looking for an exceptionally elegant home dining and entertaining experience, this PING-PONG table designed by Hunn Wai combines smooth, heavy planes with the Rococo ordainments of 18th century neo-classical furniture.  Both a stylish dining table and an officially-sized ping-pong table, the long, rectangular blossom-filled vase that divides the center can serve as either a charming table floral arrangement or the net for an especially grandiose game of table tennis.  When the dining centerpiece of your home is ordained with gold-lacquered Rococo ornamentation and ping-pong iconography, you should insist on more parties in formal wear.  In fact, only visitors in formal wear should ever be allowed to eat or play at your table.  Really, it’s an issue of design-consistency. – Via


  • emmajames March 31, 2009 at 23:23 PMLogin to Reply →

    I really think this table is far too pretty to play ping-pong on it, at least given the way I play ping-pong.

  • SIDD April 1, 2009 at 01:18 AMLogin to Reply →

    There is something infinitely cool about this concept.

  • KD April 1, 2009 at 10:06 AMLogin to Reply →

    I don’t see a point for this ping pong dining table

  • Jake April 2, 2009 at 08:26 AMLogin to Reply →


    Then what was the point of your comment?

  • Michele January 19, 2010 at 00:22 AMLogin to Reply →

    Well, a dining room can be pretty much dead space most of the time. I use mine for ping pong – I”m in a condo that’s open concept so it works great for me!