Prepare to lose yourself inside the inky blue depths of designer Christopher Duffy’s latest creation. The UK artist recently completed the Abyss Table, a hypnotizing dining table made from layered glass and sustainably sourced wood to mimic the ocean depths. Lights embedded into the table cast an eerily beautiful glow from within.
If the Abyss Table seems familiar, it’s probably because you’ve seen Duffy’s previous take on the gorgeous conversation piece. Unlike the first version however, the new Abyss Table is set atop a dark, four-sided base, includes lighting, and features two deep hollows that are even more pronounced and dramatic than those in the predecessor. The Duffy London design team spent a year perfecting the table in their London studio.
“Duffy London casts an eye downwards – looking to the depths of the ocean to dream up a dramatic new dining table, that introduces the majesty of the big blue to the interior,” says a statement on the website. The Abyss Table is handmade from ethically sourced materials, including high-grade, FSC-certified wood. The table measures 200 centimeters in length, 100 centimeters in width, and 75 centimeters in height. The limited edition table is sold for £28,500.00 each. Only 25 editions are available.
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