Impossible Objects #24: Liquid Table
Following on from Impossible Object #23, the Liquid Lamp, check out this rather nice “Liquid Table”…
Check out the video:
The designers write:
There is a belief by Asian people that small changes in an individual’s life can have an impact and have a certain effect to the whole community, which in a psychological term is called a “ripple effect”.
Hailed as the “Ripple effect tea table,” the table blends Eastern ritual with the social relationships. Each time you place the cup on the table surface, the ripples can be seen speeding up on the surface of the body.
Not exactly child-friendly, but good for making you take care of crockery!
Previous Impossible Objects we’ve covered:
the wall stairs
the piano stairs
the shattering door
the wooden mirror
the Wingdings keyboard
the door lock maze
the dark lamp the global chess board the curved keyboard the implausible plug