Surf-ace Table by Christopher Duffy

October 31st, 2013 by retail design blog

Surfs up! and dinners on the table, the surf-ace table is made using traditional surfboard manufacturing techniques giving this table the same strong visual language as classic balsa wood surfboards. Wood has been the material used in the construction of surfboards since the ancient Hawaiians, This table is not only beautiful to the eye but also to the touch, its sumptuous curves and edges are a treat to the senses as your hands glide over the table.

Although this table has been on show for a number of years on the Duffy London website it only recently went into production at the beginning of 2013 and shown for the first time earlier this year at the super brands exhibition London.

Designed by Christopher Duffy for Duffy London

















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