Was there ever a 90s house party that didn’t include a corner dedicated to the theatre of garage table tennis? When any player worth his sixteen beers proclaimed to be the “master of the table”? Imagine the cacophony, then, if the Mr-Bounce-and-Smash champion could have been privy to the future of his sport?
A refined, sophisticated table that protests to be as much a piece of modern art as it is a functioning place to play. It hosts a solid slab of crystal glass which acts as the most decadent mini-court surface imaginable. Its sculptural support base, which remains a feature given the transparent nature of the upper, is handcrafted from specialist Lungolinea Leather. The accessories, too, offer more than a little one-upmanship. Sleek white paddles, supreme ping pong balls and a chic net that marries the leather legs, this is not the table tennis you’re used to.
If you’re in the market to impress and have around A$30,000 in your budget then the Impatia Lungolinea is one to add to cart. Just be sure to brush up on your serve, you’ll want to remain the champion of this one. And keep the beers clear.
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