December 21, 2010

Oh, the peculiar things that drive designers’ fantasy! This time it is an earthquake, or thee earthquake rather. This coffee table, designed by Mexican architect Ricardo Garza Marcos, is called San Andreas and reminiscent of the San Andreas fault, the famous tectonic boundary in California. The sides of the table come apart just like the plates of the earth during a massive natural disaster. Only instead of a gaping abyss, here we have a cheerful color and some useful additional storage space.

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