Floating Wood Coffee Table and Blue Epoxy Resins
This coffee table made by Tey is a creation of the Ocean range, composed of a round top in driftwood and a mixture of three blue resins. Its metal foot like an infinite triangle is fashioned by Henri Ureta, a metalworker. This collaboration gives the title of work of art to this unique coffee table and design of the World's Art collection.
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This coffee table of the "Ocean Range" was made by the artist TEY. It is composed of three metallic and transparent blue resins mixed with various driftwood. The blue resin brings depth and elegance to this realization.
A unique coffee table in epoxy resin
Coffee table composed of driftwood surrounded by blue epoxy resin of intense light. Its rounded shape reveals to this work all its softness and femininity. Tey to design a staircase style foot in black matt steel penrose to give it lightness and respect its clean lines.
This true work of art is combined with a structure finished in matt black for a unique design rendering.
Driftwood always unique
Driftwood is a wood that is transformed by the action of salt water. Its prolonged immersion in the ocean or the sea polishes the wood. The pigments and colors dissolve, giving a greyish or whitish appearance much sought in decoration.
Finish of this coffee table in epoxy resin
The finish chosen to sublimate and protect this round coffee table is a resin glaze that covers the whole piece of furniture and has allowed to keep the natural aspect of the wood. His foot was finished in black mast.
Dimension of this Artwork
This coffee table measures 60cm in diameter with a tray thickness of 3cm for a total height of 43cm for a total weight of 11kg.
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To complete your layout, Tey has created furniture that is in the category Ocean. You can also look at our other achievements in furniture & resin object.
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