Table That Is A PC

Table That Is A PC

The C-Walker is a radical PC + Table concept whose idea germinates from the fact that workstations with CPU, wires, screen and keyboard look cluttered and distracting. One of the ways to streamline the desk is to integrate the PC into the table itself. What we have now is a desk with wires that are internally set, a virtual keyboard and a projected screen. USB slots and CD ROM slots are flushed to the side of tabletop, along with the power button. Essentially we have a hybrid desk that part PC and part table. Yes, the functional future has arrived!

0 Designer: Nithin V Antony

Save Space with Slope

Save Space with Slope

The Slope Desk was ingeniously crafted with compact living spaces in mind. Characterized by straightforward functionality, essentiality of form and purity of materials, it was designed to rest against a wall in a hallway or living area where valuable space is limited. Its sleek aesthetic and minimal footprint keep your small space feeling bright and airy without sacrificing comfort and functionality. Own it HERE!

0 Designer: Leonhard Pfeifer

The Essential Loft Table

The Essential Loft Table

Designed with no visible fixing details, the Loft table provides a simple, seamless look suitable for everywhere from the classy office to stylish home. Its material construction of glass, metal and wood offers an airy, light aesthetic that won’t weigh down a room. Not only pretty, Loft also offers flexible use as the table height can be adjusted from the metal lids of the main structure.

0 Designer: Hakan Gürsu

The only bug you'll want in your bedroom!

The only bug you’ll want in your bedroom!

The idea for the BUG closet is the result of a stroll down the beach where the designer happened upon a sole beetle roaming the sandy shore. In a closed-state, the exterior appears smooth and almost seamless, but open it up to reveal extraordinary functionality in the form of re-customizeable shelves, cubbies, drawers, and even a few hidden compartments. Even if you don’t sit well with the idea of having a giant creepy crawly thing in your bedroom, there’s no denying its artistic beauty. Look inside —>

0 Designer: TRUE Latvia

Transitioning Table

Transitioning Table

While the Gradient Table’s silhouette might be somewhat basic, its use of materials and resulting aesthetic are anything but! The design is comprised of ten different types of wood veneer laid out from brightest to darkest, creating a unique gradient pattern. Using various types of veneer brings out the color, texture and detail in each while celebrating the natural beauty of wood. It’s perfect for bringing weight and visual focus to one side of a room while lightening the other.

0 Designer: Eli Chissick

Modern Arthurian Table

Modern Arthurian Table

The latest in Duffy London’s lineup of imagination-inspiring furniture designs, the King Arthur Table is a modern twist on the legendary round table. Congregate around the huge Walnut wood top with 8 or 12 of your besties in the comfort of swing chairs. suspended from a powder-coated mild steel canopy. For users who are a bit square there’s… well… a square option. Check it out—>

0 Designer: Duffy London

Post Flight Furniture

Post Flight Furniture

When we think of “reclaimed” furniture materials, we’re quick to imagine things like distressed barnwood or railway ties, but one look at Fallen Furniture’s line of aviation art and furniture will widen your perspective entirely! The 777 Table is the latest in the series and featured a reclaimed wheel from a Boeing 777 as the focal point. Before being topped with a 40″ piece of toughened glass, it’s chemically stripped, sanded and polished to produce a stunning mirror-finish on the aluminum while the inside is powder-coated black. Check out this unique masterpiece —>

0 Designer: Fallen Furniture

Growing Glass Table

Growing Glass Table

Alain Gilles’ TRACKS table earns its namesake from the functional framework that makes up its base. While many extendable tables hide their technical systems, TRACKS highlights it with vibrant colors and material contrasts of wood and metal, all of which are visible through a glass top. Long or short, it’s both functionally and aesthetically versatile. Watch it grow —>

0 Designer: Alain Gilles

More Than Meets the Eye

More Than Meets the Eye

The MK1 Transforming Coffee Table is multifunctional perfection! Great for small spaces, it miraculously converts from a low coffee table to a dining table in two simple movements. No disassembly, reassembly, screws or glue required. Get it here!

0 Designer: Duffy London

A Frequent Flyer's Best Friend

A Frequent Flyer’s Best Friend

If you’ve ever been severely delayed at the airport then you’ll appreciate this clever folding floor mat! It’s called RESMO and was designed for airport operators to provide to tired travelers in the event of a delay. It can be unfolded into a variety of positions to lay down or sit and features a built-in shield to create a sense of privacy in otherwise public areas. Exactly what stressed passengers need to be happy campers!

0 Designer: Chien-Hui Ko

Not quite a sofa, not quite a bench.

Not quite a sofa, not quite a bench.

The Woodstick Sofa isn’t what you’d normally think of a sofa… or a bench for that matter! It’s a hybrid of both! Made of solid wood, it’s similar to a bench. Its shape and comfortability, however, were inspired by the internal framework of the average cushioned sofa and thanks to its highly developed hard maple slats, it’s just as comfortable! They’re rigid enough to support a person, yet just elastic enough to conform and flex to their body.

0 Designer: Give & Take

Put a cork in it!

Put a cork in it!

The Cork Stopper Table merges a unique joinery idea with high-end looks. Its construction consists of a glass top, 4 plywood clip legs, and a giant cork stopper to keep things snug. No glue, screws or hardware needed! It’s a beautiful showcase of a clever construction method and easy to put together in less than a minute.

0 Designer: Hyeonil Jeong

The Perfect Balance

The Perfect Balance

Sandro Lopez’s coffee table design combines curved, mirrored wood with free form glass to create an ethereal aesthetic without sacrificing practicality. Its a modern marriage of sculptural form and everyday function that makes it an understated and beautiful accent to any seating area.

0 Designer: Sandro Lopez