Tokujin Yoshioka has sent along another piece he’ll be exhibiting next month in a tantalizing exhibition in Seoul, titled MUSEUM. beyond museum. Yoshioka will also show Waterfall, the world’s largest table made of optical-quality glass. Almost 15 feet long, this is the first time the table will be seen in public, after having been created for a private gallery show in 2006.
As the name suggests, the table was inspired by water running down a sheer wall–and it looks exactly like water:
The first work he produced using the process was this bench, finished in 2002: