As some creative minds turn their interest to create things from non-traditional materials, the world appears to be more accepting of their bizarre ideas which do not obey the conformity rules. Some days back we had told you about airplane 747 being used as a Miami home. Now it’s the turn to tell you about the coffee table made from the 1950’s jet airplane engine turbine.
This stunning piece from the house of Bizarre Bazaar has been designed by some French designer and is available through 1stdibs. Measuring 23” in height and 33” in diameter, the table is in excellent condition with only some minor scratches on the 41 inch glass top.
Made of titanium and steel, the piece is sure to attract many people and specially those of you who have serious taste in aviation fixtures. It is bound to make an amazing conversation piece in your home or office. There is no word on the pricing yet but we definitely think it’s not going to be cheap.
The Bizarre Bazaar is located on 130 ¼ E 65th Street in New York City. They can be contacted through phone or email for further information.