Designer Tokujin Yoshioka has created magnificent tables and benches that look like they're covered in water. They're made out of a glass used in telescopes that creates the illusion of a waterfall while the light reflects off of the glass.
His creation is actually a part of an optical glass bar called â€œWaterfall.â€ The waterfall was formed by Tadao Ando for the architecture, Olafur Eliasson for the installation and Tokujin Yoshioka for the glass bar.
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