This Coffee Table is Based on a Scene From "Inception"

 
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In the 2010 movie Inception, characters can manipulate and build dreams. As one character tests the limits of this power, she folds a city onto itself.



This Coffee Table is Based on a Scene From "Inception"

Moved by this impressive scene, Greece-based designer Stelios Mousarris decided to make a folded coffee table resembling the altered dream. The "Wave Coffee Table" features a complex cityscape crumbling into itself. Made from wood and steel, the table was created with 3D-printed technology. Despite its unusual shape, the designer says the table's weight is well-balanced, meaning you don't have to worry about it keeling over.

The Inception-inspired furniture does, unfortunately, come with a hefty €4000 price tag. But just think how great your architecture books will look stacked strategically on top of it.



Fuente: mentalfloss.com
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