Design firm Discommon aims to challenge traditional notions of coffee table form and function with its latest Automotive Icons Table series -- a 10-piece collection of bespoke coffee tables, each featuring an innovative replica of an iconic vehicle design.

Unlike traditional automotive-themed tables, Discommon's approach blends an appreciation for iconic design with innovative excellence, as the vehicular coffee-table surface is machined through CNC processes from a single block of aluminum that sits four feet long by three inches thick. The outcome essentially displays each table flaunting a subtle illusion of a distinctive vehicle shape emerging from the liquid-like metal surface.

Highlighting a Ford GT model in the gallery above, this series will also include a Ferrari F40 and eight other styles, as each Icons Table also incorporates four sleek legs and a textured underside for a fully rounded, sturdy design.

For additional details and inquiry, head on over directly to Discommon.

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