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May 29, 2013 11:13 am

Israeli-Developed ‘Earthquake Proof Table’ Added to MOMA Permanent Collection (VIDEO)

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Screen shot of the "Earthquake Proof Table." Photo: Youtube.

A new work at New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) can thank a pair of Israelis for its success.

The “Earthquake Proof Table,” was a project conceived at Bezalel Academy in Jerusalem. MOMA’s board recently inducted the “Earthquake Proof Table” into its permanent collection at the department of architecture and design.

According to NoCamels.com, “the table is designed to withstand the impact and weight of immense objects by flexing and absorbing the pressure.”

The table was developed by Arthur Brutter, as part of his final schoolwork project, in tandem with his lecturer Ido Bruno from the department of Industrial Design.

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  • Maybe Joe Biden should stop being such a wise ass.

  • Thank you. I never cease to marvel at the cleverness
    of Jewish and Israeli people. Am proud to be part of a
    people that enriches the world.

  • Nadene van Staden

    Fredic I like your comment.
    This is a marvellous invention and i might be a bit bias but the Jews are excellent at inventions.

  • Sharon Klaff

    Boycott that BDS

  • Fredric M. London

    Careful. The UN is liable to label it as a weapon used to kill Palestinians!

    Beautiful invention.

  • That should sell well in Califronia

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