Physics can be an intimidating topic to bring up at the dinner table. Especially if you don’t know what you’re talking about like the String Theory. Do you know what String Theory is? No, it has nothing to do with stitching. It does, however, have a lot to do with quantum physics, the theory of relativity, and multiple additional dimensions that are invisible to the human eye. However, you don’t need to know too much about any of those to appreciate the String Theory Dining Table by Jason Phillips.
It’s a work of abstract art, and quite possibly every physicist’s dream dinner set-up. It’s elegant with a white bone finish, and is essentially a dining platform supported by a pillar with an assortment of pipes creating, perhaps to a physicist’s mind, a visual representation of string theory. The dimensions are 84x39x30″h, and if that fits your dining room requirements, then hurry up and get yourself a quotation, because there are only 3 pieces available!