Harow’s Apollo 11 table replicates topology of real surfaces of the Moon

Apollo 11 Table

What if you could bring a piece of the moon into your home? Now it’s possible, all thanks to this unique fiberglass and resin table, dubbed Apollo 11. French design studio Harow has recreated the real topology of the moon’s surface on the table. The design studio used digital files pulled from NASA’s archives to recreate the surface of the moon.

Apollo 11 Table

The Apollo 11 table features a well-sculpted fiberglass slab in the form of a lunar crater. This thick slab segment is smoothly covered with a layer of resin, which allows one to fully view its dips and crevices while providing coverage to the uneven terrain.

Apollo 11 Table

The table surface rests on four stainless steel legs that are supported by brass and aluminum alloy feet. These brass and aluminum alloy feet also pay homage to the many Apollo missions. These parts put a modern spin on the Lunar Excursion Module‘s original landing pads.

You can view more of Harow’s designs on their official website and Instagram. For now, check out the images given below to have a closer look at the table.

Apollo 11 Table

Via: Colossal