We’ve seen a lot of crazy things done with glass, but it’s not everyday you come across something as impressive as what glass artist Ben Young has created. Young recently shared a glimpse of his latest creations, each of which uses glass cut from window panes to form a body of water.
3D epoxy floors let you experience the thrill of going to the toilet in public by using angled photos and multiple transparent layers to turn your bathroom into an outdoor space. Imperial, a company from Dubai, has cornered the 3D floor design market for now, but this product is too popular to remain exclusive for long.
Designer Alexandre Chapelin of LA Table (previously) has been hard at work producing more tables as a part of his Lagoon series, tables that appear as aquamarine environments with secluded beaches. His recent addition is Lagoon 55, a coffee table version of his original. These tables are formed
Décidément, ce type de tables massives et monolithiques couplant marbre et verre ou marbre et résine inspire les designers ! Après, l’Abyss Table de Duffy London (pour retrouver l’article, cliquez ici) et plus récemment, La Table et la Lagoon Table d’Alexandre Chepelin (pour retrouver ces créations, cliquez là), voici Table delMare d’Eduard Locota. Composée de verre acrylique et de marbre, la table delMare est assez unique par sa forme non conventionnelle. Contrairement aux autres tables...
River coffee table made of old solid timber. Filled with transparent epoxy resin and blue transparent glass. Legs made of metal coated with mat black colour. It's unique, one of a kind solid piece of wood. The unique combination of tree rings to bring out the effect of the variety of colors. Dimensions: 98x84 cm and 40 cm height (centimeters) 38,5x33 in and 15,8 in height (inches)