A ping-pong table that doubles as a conference or dining room table? Sounds pretty out there and imaginative, doesn’t it? But that’s exactly the kind of artistry and vision Alex Mustonen and Daniel Arsham of Snarkitecture have embraced in creating the Slice, a piece of architecture that grasps the unexpected to make something original.

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An all black ping-pong table, Slice appears as a deceptively opaque landscape when viewed from its shorter ends and impossibly thin from its longer sides.

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The top is made from a single thin sheet of Richlite, an incredibly dense and durable eco friendly material. An undulating topography below this surface is described by a series of flat, solid layers made from flexible EPDM rubber and Richlite.

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While designed for indoor and outdoor table tennis, Slice can also be used as a conference or dining table.

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Slice
2013
Richlite, steel, rubber
30” x 108” x 60” (H x W x D)
Edition of 10
For inquiries, please contact info@snarkitecture.com.