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James DeWulf


Creating “Sleekness” And “Hip”
With Industrial Material

(Santa Monica, CA) James DeWulf, known for his creativity of design and innovation with raw materials, introduced several stunning new products and designs at ICFF. All were typical of DeWulf’s innovative work - original, chic, and cool, but the product that grabbed everyone’s attention and stole the show was DeWulf’s new Ping Pong Dining Table.

Made to regulation size, the Ping Pong table dimensions are 9’ by 5’ by 30”. The new dining table can actually be used for Ping Pong with acid etched lines that will last as long as the table and a smooth surface that provides a great “bounce”. The table is also ideal for outdoor use because the components are impervious to moisture, salt air and freeze thaw cycles. Many still expressed a preference to use the table indoors because of its clean, simple, and beautiful lines.

The table is defined by its top which appears to float above the legs. Incredibly thin at one inch, the table top is the culmination of all of DeWulf’s expertise in working with concrete compounds. To put this in perspective, normal concrete would have to be nearly nine inches in thickness to achieve the same strength and durability of the one inch top that DeWulf has developed for this table.

Like all DeWulf’s creations, the Ping Pong Dining Table exemplifies his passion for producing finishes that feel both organic and luxurious. The pigment is mixed throughout the concrete assuring color that never fades or wears. While the surface is hand finished several times to create a smooth buttery feel that people cannot resist touching.

The Ping Pong Dining Table is a masterpiece of technology and art. “The goal was to make something simple and beautiful”, says DeWulf. “To achieve such large flat slabs and have them be so thin is a first for me. Integrity and proportion lead the design. There is nothing unnecessary.” For more information on DeWulf Concrete, its products and its designs, go to www.jamesdewulf.com.

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July 2, 2013
lmaresh wrote:
What does the ping pong dining table cost?
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Retail is $7,000.
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July 13, 2013
jeahboy wrote:
What materials were used for top and base?

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