the ‘ephemeralist’ is the second product created by ping pong and placemaking firm POPP (public outside ping pong). assembly a necessity for a strong and aesthetic desk in a position to survive in any setting, POPP collaborated with designer deni muzaferovic to create an assemblage design that allows versatility of location (and entry), makes use of metal for max sturdiness, and incorporates a customizable floor therapy to supply a breadth of shade and art work choices.
the ephemeralist is a 315kg/695lbs, welded and secured ping pong table with securing footings
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influenced by buckminster fuller’s pyramidal house construction, POPP + deni muzaferovic’s ephemeralist exudes a fortitude of energy while remaining ‘mild on its toes’. not solely is it engineered to resist the wildest climate and the fiercest rivalries, the desk captures an iconic, statuesque life because it waits for the following recreation. produced in california and western australia, the subtlest of design particulars intuitively replicate the subtleties of the racquet sport itself.
the desk captures an iconic, statuesque life because it waits for the following recreation
the ephemeralist is a 315kg/695lbs, welded and secured ping pong table with securing footings. it’s completed in a powdercoated single or twin shade floor therapy, features a paddle and a ball holder, and will be assembled in any location, indoors or outdoor.
the ping pong table makes use of a inflexible, pyramidal body construction for supreme energy
the desk is a welded and secure-fastened body with a hard and fast web
it’s completed in a powdercoated single or twin shade floor therapy
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