Pine. Acrylic. An LED bulb. Such are the simple materials that form this Klingon coffee table. It’s not really Klingon-made and it isn’t found in any Star Trek movie. Keep in mind it’s a DIY project by a very skilled craftsman who decided to put an alien twist on his coffee table. The pointy legs are pine smoothed to a polished sheen supported by acrylic rods. The triangular table top, on the other hand, is adorned with an acrylic layer to subdue the diodes emitting pop-colored lights.
The man behind this particular home build is Nick Woodrow, who wanted a project that would ‘inspire my GCSE Resistant Materials kids in school!’
Here’s an action packed video show casing this marvel of ingenuity:
Nick Woodrow seems to be interested in a lot of other things other than Klingon furniture. Judging by his Flickr account, he’s susceptible to artfulness and whimsy with a powerful inclination for dramatic landscapes. Quite the lensman he is. No surprise that he tots his camera to different places for those priceless shots he’s got on display.
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