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San Francisco Earthquake Coffee Table

Proving that people can find humor in anything (and that Californians are so laid back they can make anything fun) designer Ricardo Garza Marcos has designed a earthquake-inspired coffee table called San Andreas. Made of oak, it pays tribute to the tectonic fault that lies between the Pacific Plate and the North American Plate.

Keep reading to find out more about the secret compartments hidden under the fault line. It’s pretty cool, actually.

The table doesn’t break in a clean line but can be pushed together like a relatively normal table.

Or you can pull it apart…

And inside there’s great, hidden storage space.

Twisted? Or Clever? Or both?

Via Design Milk

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