Would you like to own a glass table that nobody else has?
Some people claim that drinking coffee gives you wings, which may be true, especially when the claim is related to Cyprus product designer Stelios Mousarris and his glass table. Stelios depicts the passionate and very traditional drinking of coffee in an artful way by preferring 5 powered space rockets instead of table legs. This table actually goes far beyond the usual limits of design, because here form and function are independent of each other and yet holistic. Perhaps the artistic would have to be disputed, perhaps not. One thing is clear – the Creator has remained true to his childhood dreams and has made them come true in an extraordinary way. The project is aimed at those who still remember the nursery and futuristic toys with nostalgia. The artist develops his nostalgia figures, computers and has them produced using current 3D printing processes.
Perceive the glass table as the surface of the water
The childhood dreams should be fully lived out
You can view and follow the current projects of the designer Stelios Mousarris on his website http://www.mousarris.com/.
Experience a hippopotamus up close
Another dreamer who builds anything but ordinary glass tables is called Derek Pearce. His unique vision of glass tables realistically depicting swimming aquatic animals can only be applauded.
The artist carves believable hippos, ducks, dolphins, seals and frogs out of wood and lets them be the table foundation. The glass plate of the table gives the feeling of the surface of the water, through which parts of the foundation or the animal can be seen and masterfully creates the illusion that an animal is actually bathing there and is about to disappear. The artist’s project is simply called “Water tables” and is aimed at nature and animal lovers. His tables are defined as furniture sculptures and are considered the most beautiful idea of the British artist.
The believable sculptures by Derek Pearce
Stelios Mausarris adds to the idea that coffee gives wings
A modern 3D printing process was used for the space rockets
The nostalgic childhood memories
Derek Pearce first implemented his idea in 1997, after which he exhibited and sold his works in Europe, Japan and America.
You can find out more about the artist and his water world on his website www.watertables.net
Natural wood meets glass
With imagination you can move mountains or fish ponds into the interior
The hippopotamus is almost finished
D.he Water Tables creator Derek Pearce at work