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Design March, 30 2009

Ping-Pong Dining Table

A collaborate effort between Mein Gallery and designer Hunn Wai, the Ping-Pong Dining table uses history as inspiration. When ping-pong first bubbled, it was an after dinner amusement. The dining table was transferred for gaming and soon after became an international phenomenon. Wai’s table is built of a Dupont Corian surface routed with a CNC machine and decorated with a rococo patterning interjecting table tennis motifs. It is full regulation size and uses for its net a large rectangular vase that doubles as a table arrangement.

More views of the Ping-Pong Dining Table after the jump.

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