Hawking on Table

I dare you to decipher that clever two-level title. I dare you. The project I’m about to talk about is called the “Continuum Table,” and it’s really great. It’s made out of chromed steel and folds in space-time. Actually that’s what it’s informed by. Yes, the Continuum Table is inspired by models of space-time in which “spaghetti-like structures form an invisible network of fold of space and time in our universe.” What do you say to something like that? You look at it heavily and give it a thumbs up.

Look at that monster. It’s just spectacular. It’s got all these statistics too:
Designer: Jason Phillips (United States)
Manufacturer: The Phillips Collection (United States)
Inspired By: the space-time-continuum
Material: chromed steel and 3/4
Colors: Metallic/Clear
Dimension: 96x42x30″h
Price: available upon request

So what do you think about that? I think it’s pretty. I don’t know how I’d clean the dust off of it though. Maybe it would be really fun! Also I imagine that if I owned a lot of birds, they would enjoy it.

Designer: Jason Phillips

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Continuum Table inspired by folds in the space time continuum by Jason Phillips

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10 Comments

  • John q says:

    is anyone else noticing the strange space/volume created by the steel bars? it really drives this design IMO. still, looks interesting even though this is something I could never afford, it would still be interesting to see it in person.

  • Eagleeye Hammertouch says:

    If I was one of your birds, I would do like all birds do; I'll shit on it.
    There is a reason why a table normally have straight or somewhat straight legs – it strengthens the table, so it can bear the weight of the things putted on it.
    Your table doesn't look strong.
    And what is it with 4 legs at one side and only 2 at the other? It must be a hell sitting with your legs in that area.

    Great designers consider usability in their design and your design sucks at usability!

  • Eagleeye Hammertouch says:

    If I was one of your birds, I would do like all birds do; I'll shit on it.
    There is a reason why a table normally have straight or somewhat straight legs – it strengthens the table, so it can bear the weight of the things putted on it.
    Your table doesn't look strong.
    And what is it with 4 legs at one side and only 2 at the other? It must be a hell sitting with your legs in that area.

    Great designers consider usability in their design and your design sucks at usability!

  • Wilson says:

    lol hahahahahahahahah

  • Wilson says:

    lol hahahahahahahahah

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