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Luuuxers Hello, A simple extravagance, a table made by American designer James De Wulf could be called minimalist, but it totally does justice to its concept. With its straight lines and basic shapes molded in reinforced concrete and steel, she ends up accidentally turning an anti-air raid shelter home. The choice of hardcore material for simple use, simply hold games of ping-pong, is justified by the designer as most suitable for the product can withstand outdoor environments, "such as parks and squares. In fact, the object is unlikely to be worn . the designer also suggests using the mobile support for meals as dining table and picnic. James DeWulf is known for his fondness for raw materials, particularly concrete. He signs chairs, sofas, lamps and tables made of different material. The photo desk can be purchased for $ 7000 U.S. dollars. What is it today, is not it? lol
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