If you think dining tables lack of design ingenuity, well then, I guess you will have look to the Abyss Dining Table by Duffy London to break the monotony. Based on Christopher Duffy’s Abyss Coffee Table introduced a couple of years ago, the Abyss Dining Table takes inspiration from bathymetry that will have mesmerized. In other words, Abyss Dining Table beckons you to look down at the depth of the deep blue sea as you dine. It is a representation of one of the greatest wonders on Earth, right in your home. The table is made even more surreal by the built light source that accentuate the deeply captivating deep blue sea.
Handcrafted by local artisans and craftspeople and is composed of high-grade wood (ethically sourced, of course), as well as glass. The product is made to order and will required between 16-20 for delivery to occur. Only 24 editions is for grab, but with a price tag of £28,500, which works out to the tune of $40,700, I guess this table won’t be flying off the shelves anytime soon. Then again, the world is not lacking of Scrooge McDuckians, so it is hard say if the 25 will stick around for long. Honestly, if I can afford one, I would made a big-ass acrylic box to keep in pristine condition. I will let no one lay even one finger on it. Never.