This kind of reminds me of the table at my first Japanese apartment, which had a heater bolted to the bottom, but Ward Huting and Gerard de Hoop's version is a lot sexier with its discular luminescence. Its chewy center oozing warmy warms is a built-in candle—not a totally exposed heat source like my old table—which you can warm tea or naughty children over. It's supposed to be social like a campfire, so it probably works best if you turn your heat off several hours first so people are forced to gather 'round it for warmth. [Huting & de Hoop via Cool Hunting]


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