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PANASONIC JE-885U - 1973 - Calculator

PANASONIC JE-885U - 1973 - Calculator

// The wall shelves by Rui Silva, via Behance

// The wall shelves by Rui Silva, via Behance

Not so long ago we wrote about the beautiful river- and lake-like desks by Greg Klassen, and today we have a similar but not less stunning layered glass table design by Duffy London - the Abyss table, which is created in a way that mimics the depths of the oceans. This unique table uses multiple layers of stacked glass and wood, completing the table as a three-dimensional representation of a geological map.

Not so long ago we wrote about the beautiful river- and lake-like desks by Greg Klassen, and today we have a similar but not less stunning layered glass table design by Duffy London - the Abyss table, which is created in a way that mimics the depths of the oceans. This unique table uses multiple layers of stacked glass and wood, completing the table as a three-dimensional representation of a geological map.

Tumi 'Dror'

Tumi 'Dror'

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Leydzo

Leydzo

Leydzo

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small house bliss Tiny living | ombiaiinterijeri

small house bliss Tiny living | ombiaiinterijeri

Not so long ago we wrote about the beautiful river- and lake-like desks by Greg Klassen, and today we have a similar but not less stunning layered glass table design by Duffy London - the Abyss table, which is created in a way that mimics the depths of the oceans. This unique table uses multiple layers of stacked glass and wood, completing the table as a three-dimensional representation of a geological map.

Not so long ago we wrote about the beautiful river- and lake-like desks by Greg Klassen, and today we have a similar but not less stunning layered glass table design by Duffy London - the Abyss table, which is created in a way that mimics the depths of the oceans. This unique table uses multiple layers of stacked glass and wood, completing the table as a three-dimensional representation of a geological map.