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Duffy London's Abyss Table Mimics The Depths of the Ocean

 - Jul 7, 2014
References: duffylondon & boredpanda
The Abyss table by Duffy London is designed to mimic the great depths of the ocean. This seascape-resembling furniture piece is incredibly gorgeous and boasts a sculptural form. It is crafted from a combination of layered glass and wood materials and features an organic shape that will make it the focal point of any modern interior.

Inspired by nature's beauty, "this unique table uses multiple layers of stacked glass and wood that are combined to create a three-dimensional representation of a geological map."

Duffy London head designer Christofer Duffy looked at the changing properties of layered glass panels when creating the Abyss table. While experimenting with his transparent material, the designer realized that his stacked glass pieces began to resemble water depths.