This transparent coffee table by Tjep. uses a completely unconventional design inspiration. They have used a mapped out piece of DNA in order to create the blueprints for the finished product.
Tjep. worked together with Dutch DNA in order to achieve this interesting transparent coffee table. The DNA that was used in the process was from the daughter of the Dutch doctor who founded Dutch DNA. Now she forever has a piece of her innermost makeup in a piece of unforgettable furniture.
This method to gain the design for furniture is certainly intriguing. If this technology were made available to the public, there is no doubt individuals would want furniture and even a variety of other objects modeled after their DNA and that of their loved ones.
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