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Rippling Water Tables by Zaha Hadid

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Zaha Hadid’s Liquid Glacial Tables were first unveiled in 2012, a collection of coffee and dining tables that resembled rippling water—frozen in time—being funnelled into three water spouts which also served as the table’s legs. The collection was shortlisted by the Design Museum as one of the ‘Best Designs of 2012′.

The limited edition tables are milled and hand polished from clear acrylic. The collection debuted at London’s David Gill Gallery. An updated version featuring four vortexes/legs was released in 2013. For more information visit Zaha Hadid Architects and David Gill Galleries.

Photographs by Jacopo Spilimbergo for Zaha Hadid

[via Design Boom, DeZeen]

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