Stalactites as Table Legs : Stalac Coffee Table
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Stalactites as Table Legs : Stalac Coffee Table

David Long from Practice of Everyday Design a new partnership founded in 2009 with a focus on installation art, product design, and architecture sent me this interesting coffee table. The Stalac coffee table is based on the idea of taking a rectangular section from a cave ceiling and using the Stalactites as the table legs. The Practice of Everyday Design will launch their Stalac Coffee Table at the Interior Design Show 10 – Prototype Exhibit. Finally I can say that this coffee table is one of the most original coffee tables I’ve ever saw, and I can tell you that I’ve saw a lot of coffee tables since 2007 when I’ve started Freshome.com

2 comments

  • Marilyn February 4, 2010 at 19:15 PM Login to Reply →

    Would like to know who manufactures sofa in picture with stalag table

  • Glass coffee table February 8, 2010 at 16:40 PM Login to Reply →

    This design it brings back memories of being underground visiting caves. The way that it moves from the organic shaped underside and legs to the straight lines of the top make me feel like it has just been cut from a cave and placed in the image. Also the way the the image works with the ‘clean’ white of the table and the ‘dirty’ grey of the concrete wall behind. Just lush.