We never thought we’d be tempted to use the words “uncompromisingly extreme” to describe a ping pong table, but here we are.
Created as part of the ‘Monoliths’ exhibition for Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA) in Melbourne, the Monolith Ping Pong Table is a collaboration between artist Laith McGregor and architect Murray Barker. A sculpture in itself, the table is meant to be a permanent structure in shared public areas. The reason? It’s made from a mix of concrete and stone aggregates, so it ain’t moving around easily.
The Monolith’s top surface is patterned with diamond copper inlays, while the legs take the shape of pyramids. We’re not sure if that helps or hinders any type of topspin, but it’ll sure look good while you’re rallying.