Many designers are taking it upon themselves to make use of all the plastic waste in the oceans, and the Brodie Neill 'Gyro' circle table is one of the latest creations to be displayed. The stunning table features an aesthetic that's very similar to terrazzo flooring, which distracts from the fact that the table is made from plastic rather than granite or marble as it appears.
From afar, the Brodie Neill 'Gyro' table looks like a stunning table that has been created using precious rocks or minerals. Even on closer inspection, the table looks incredible thanks to the specialized processes used to create it.
The Brodie Neill 'Gyro' table is set to be displayed at the London Design Biennale 2016 that will take place from September 7th to September 27th.
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