Coooooool: Inception Inspired Rolling City Coffee Table

January 7, 2016

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This is Wave City, an Inception inspired coffee table built by furniture designer Stelios Mousarris. It was built using wood, steel (to support the wave form), and 3-D printing technology and available in a limited edition for €5,000 (~$5,425), which actually seems kind of reasonable in the realm of ridiculously expensive coffee tables. You know what my favorite part of Inception was? Wait -- were there any steamy nude scenes? Hmmm, I guess my favorite part was the very end with the spinning top then.

Keep going for several more shots, then let's all take a nap at work today and try to incept ourselves.

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Thanks to Jeffrey S, who agrees that would look great with a couple Better Homes and Gardens magazines and a cup of coffee on top.

  • kostakisp

    I know I am gonna sound like a party pooper, but how are you supposed to dust this thing?

  • Ana-Maria Šipoš

    Maybe the best thing would be to use vacuum cleaner.

  • hovnik

    This table doesn't seem very stable.

  • But you have to lay on the floor to see all the good bits.

  • Doesn't one always?

  • Konstantin

    Which you'll do after getting sufficiently drunk, and that's also when you'd appreciate it most. It's thought through.

  • Very cool (but not over $5K-cool)

  • The Mayor

    All cool until you stub your toe into one of those pointy buildings.

  • Holy crap this is actually pretty awesome. If I was in the "ridiculously expensive coffee table" income bracket, I'd totally pick this up.

  • For damned sure. (That wouldn't be too bad a bracket to be in, at that!)

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