Have you ever wanted to live on the moon? Well, you’re going to probably wait a little longer to enjoy some lunar lunch. However French design studio, Harow, have now brought the moon right to your living room — in a manner of speaking. By using digital images from NASA’s archives, the studio has managed to create a table that correctly replicates the surface of our moon.
The Apollo 11 Table is founded upon a sculpted slab of fiberglass in the shape of a lunar crater. Atop this molded fiberglass is a layer of resin that outlines the craters contours allowing the viewer to appreciate each and every crevice of the moon’s surface. Even the legs of the table, made from brass and aluminium alloy, pay heed to the numerous missions of the infamous NASA spacecraft.
In other space-related news, Elon Musk wants to build a moon base and a city on Mars within 10 years.