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January 13, 2011

Dripping Table

Qwertyuil

Corian and resin.

Designed by Mexico City-based Elias Kababie.

Dining and coffee-table sizes ($5,000 and $3,500 respectively).

Red, Pink, Blue, Black or White.

Apply within.

[via Rima Suqi and the New York Times]

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I love it, but the red is creepy, black would look like crude oil, the white would disappear, pink is too...well...pink and blue would be dull, unless it's aqua or turqoise. How 'bout purple, or yellow or a nice deep green? And yeah Kay, wayyy too fragile looking, not just kids, where do your legs go? Keep it behind a rope, I suppose. Good thing it's out of my league.

Posted by: tamra | Jan 13, 2011 9:35:06 PM

Let's hope the "drops" are made of iron or that there are no wee children around, with inquisitive little hands.

The home page of La Tienda is sure snazzy, although it took me a minute to figure out how to access their site.

Posted by: Kay | Jan 13, 2011 5:08:27 PM

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