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designed by DUFFY London

Functional table,
L150 x W75 x H40 cm


London (United Kingdom), 2022 / Images courtesy of DUFFY London

Beautiful, bold, and dynamic, innovative studio Duffy London exclusively unveils its newest sculptural piece, the DUNE Table.

Limited to only 25 editions, this is the design studio’s first foray into 3D printed sand furniture, created in partnership with SANDHELDEN.

While large-scale 3D printing has been popular for some time, Duffy London is one of the first furniture studios to work with this medium of sand on a large-scale basis. This method perfectly matches Christopher Duffy’s innate passion for playing with the concepts of nature and illusion.

The end result is a thought-provoking, visually arresting sculpture, that truly captivates the essence of the desert through its incredible fluidity and movement.


Replicating the sweeping movements of the wave-like patterns of sand dunes, the table comprises a rough yet premium black or natural sand finish paired with a thick glass tabletop.


Exuding structural elegance and grandeur, the twists and distortions of the table base are difficult to achieve in other manufacturing processes, therefore founder Christopher Duffy required a material and process that could match his concept-driven designs.

Available on request.

Product details:

Quartz sand (SH – F01)

Every piece has a volume of 150 x 75 x 40 cm

Chris Duffy

Chris Duffy

Duffy London is an acclaimed Design Studio situated in Victoria Dock, East London whose works are ideas-based, combining art and function, and playing with the concepts of gravity, geography and illusion. 

The studio was founded in 2002 and is led by designer Chris Duffy, producing exciting and original pieces of furniture such as the Abyss, Swing and Megalith table ranges. 

Duffy London pieces have featured extensively in exhibitions worldwide including at representations at Art Basel / Design Miami, PAD London, or at the permanent National collection at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs on The Louvre in Paris.

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