Posted by marc June 29, 2016

You probably remember the Wave City Dining Table and Coffee Table from Stelio Mousarris earlier in the year. He's back with a new, less Inception-y table design. The Rocket Coffee Table takes a fun, cartoony approach, and the rockets can be rearranged, as they aren't attached to the tabletop. "Since a young age I loved playing with toys and watching cartoons all day and still this day I collect anything that has to do with toys," says Mousarris. "I look at them and remember my childhood when i used to play for hours without a care in the world, and that is what I wanted for this piece to represent." The designer used a variety of techniques to create the table, including traditional woodworking tools, resin casting, and 3D printing. Check out the gallery below and prepare to drool.

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