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May 11, 2015 AT 6:00 am

Playful Wood Coffee Table is a Giant Maze With Moveable Figures Inside

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I imagine this as Frasier‘s alternative to the Friends‘ foosball table.

From My Modern Met:

The Labyrinth Table is a playful piece of wood furniture built by Benjamin Nordsmark. As the name suggests, the minimalist rectangular table consists of a giant maze that’s situated beneath a sheet of diamond glass. Nordsmark calls this a “small universe,” and the mesmerizing labyrinth is occupied by six small figures that can be moved around by the handles underneath the table.

Nordsmark intends for his gorgeous creation to evoke a sense of nostalgia. “Most people remember from their childhood how they used to play with miniature figures,” he writes. This fond memory encourages people to engage and explore “the story of the labyrinth” and to move the different characters through the giant puzzle.

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1 Comment

  1. To author:

    That maze was modeled from the maze in the movie “The Shining”. Adam savage from myth busters recently made a 100% accuruate version of the maze for the cubrick museum.

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