MotoArt Jumbo Jet Table

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Bring the iconic Boeing 747 into your conference room with MotoArt’s newest piece made from a General Electric engine nacelle. At 12’ wide this high-mirror polished table seats up to 12, and includes a set of 6 pop-up connection ports. The custom fabricated engine stator is set off with internal LED lighting in a color or your choice, and topped with a B-52 engine spinner.

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This is probably the coolest conference table from MotoArt that I have ever seen, made from a Boeing 747 Engine. They make amazing pieces of furniture from old plane parts, but this is one of the best I have seen them make. The process they go through is exhausting to get the perfect piece, and thats one of the reasons why it is so expensive. I have yet to walk into an office with MotoArt furniture, it would take a very rich company to buy that sort of furniture. Still I really love this meeting table.

Price: $35’000 – $45’000
Link: MotoArt

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MotoArt – C-119 Table

I have always been a fan of MotoArt, they create furniture from discarded plane parts. They go to plane graveyards and pick pieces from it to create exquisite furniture, I remember making an inquiry into a desk once only to find out that it costs upwards of $15’000, slightly outside my budget, but I can’t blame them on their amazing craftsmanship. The new addition to the line up is the C-119 Aileron Coffee Table and it looks beautiful, I love the black metal frame surrounding the wing structure below it, two levels and the second level you can see into the wing. I just love those large rivets all over the wing, you get a feeling of the 1950s planes with a touch of modern design.

Link: MotoArt


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Moto Art – KC-97 – Fuel Cradle Desk the B-29 Bomber

Moto Art specifically make furniture out of Old Planes, from the 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s. Basically whatever they can get their hands on from these old school planes. They take a fuselage or an engine or a tail piece, they some how manage to turn it into a piece of furniture. I do love their style and they have done an amazing job with this piece from a B-29 Bomber. The problem is the price that comes with these pieces, since they have to go to the airplane scrap yard to get it and its not cheap, so something like this would probably be between $10’000 to $20’000 but I still like the way their furniture look, its original and can’t be copied.


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