One of the latest projects Anglo-Dutch design alliance Studio Glithero have completed is this rather lovely 'poured' bar top.
Commissioned by the Corinthia Hotel in London, the temporary bar hosted several parties including the Bafta Awards and London Fashion Week events.
Layers of fast-hardening fluid were carefully poured in six metre long runs across an immaculate surface.
As the viscous material hardened, the team added reinforcements to brace the giant slab, as the first pours became buried under its foundations.
Once completely dry, the slab was flipped in one choreographed motion, revealing the smooth plane of the first poured layers, blobs, runs, drips and puddles, tracing the path of the gesture with which it was made.
The bar top, made in situ, was then mounted onto a wooden structure resulting in a temporary pop-up bar with an expressive and accidental top.
Photography Petr Krejci.