Warcraft, a very cool collection by Uhuru Design
, has an amazing back story. Bil Hilgendorf, one of the founders of the Brooklyn-based company, explained that the teak used was all reclaimed from the decks of the USS North Carolina, a ship which served in WWII, with forms inspired by various parts of the vessel. The side tables are the diameter and thickness of the gun barrels, and the mirrors in the back are the size of the projectiles fired. Apparently it took 88 men to maneuver each turret! The table looks like something out of a certain Tom Petty
video, but is actually a prime example of dazzle camouflage
, which was used to confuse the eye of the enemy. The chair behind is in the color scheme of Measure 32, which Bill said was the kind of camo used after Dazzle.