Do you remember the Inception-inspired coffee table we featured here couple of years back? Created by Cypriot based designer Stelios Mousarris, the distinctive design of wave city coffee table won many hearts across the Internet. Now, the designer has created another unique furniture design in the form of a Ping Pong table.
Christened the Plexus Ping Pong Table, this one kind of a furniture piece is inspired by mountain terrain. The mountain shaped wire base and net has been designed using pictures of terrain from Google Earth. How cool it that!! The solid steel structure is 3D-printed which provides extra stability to the table. The contemporary design of the table is striking enough to impress your guests.
After using this ping pong table for a game or two, you can also transform it into a regular table. All you need to do is remove the detachable wire print structure which serves as the net. Thus, this table will provide plenty of table top area to you. Measuring 274 cm x 152 x 76 cm, this minimal yet complex designed table will surely be enough for you and your friends.
The 3D-printed steel structure is adorned with walnut table top surface. This unique blend of two different materials provides this furniture piece an intriguing appearance. The Plexus Ping Pong Table by Stelios Mousarris is a limited edition of only 25 pieces. So, if you are looking to get one, you better hurry. You can enquire about the pricing and availability of this table here.
You can check out other cool projects by Stelios Mousarris on his official website. This designer from Cyprus has a Bachelor Degree in Modelmaking. He has worked for Fosters and Partners as a modelmaker and as an assistant designer. He started his own company Mousarris in 2014 with an aim to produce high quality pieces of conceptual furniture. The company is based in Cyprus and offers international shipping.
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