Formable Furniture

Formable Furniture

So you get a couple of interlocking pieces that stiffen at the pull of a wire cable. By manipulating the tension, you can make all kinds of crazy shapes strong enough to act as shelving, seating, or flooring. It’s a little blah looking but crafty people might enjoy decorating each slat, maybe to form a mural or to create random flowing patterns depending on the final form.

0 Designer: Reed Crawford

Power Cable Management Desk

Power Cable Management Desk

The Flux e-desk is a personal desk/chair unit designed primarily for use with a laptop computer. It incorporates power cable management through the flush faced storage bay which is revealed by applying light pressure with the palm of the hand.

0 Designer: Shane Crozier

Rolling Shelf

Rolling Shelf

Floating shelves are all the rage now but lets take them a step further by making them adjustable. The Rolling Shelf has one end made from individual pieces of wood held together by fabric. This new flexible hinge allows you to really create some unique shelving options that are aesthetically interesting.

0 Designer: Catherine Greene

Tetron - Modular Storage Shelf

Tetron – Modular Storage Shelf

The tetron shelf is a modular storage unit that can be shipped flat and easily assembled without tools. As a versatile solution to media management tetron can accommodate dvds, cds and other small items. When mounted to a wall the unit can function alone or in a number of graphic configurations. The shelf may also be used independently of a wall while still retaining its practicality.

0 Designer: Andrew Pick

Plugging In A Side Table

Plugging In A Side Table

This is such a “duh” thing to do, I wish I would have thought of it. The Plug-in Side Table is exactly that. It serves the function of a side table or nightstand but you’re supposed to plug it in so it can double as a light.

0 Designer: Sung-Pil Hwang

69 And Then Some

69 And Then Some

The S69 is a molded polyropylene (fancy plastic) set of chairs designed to interlock to one another to form a table or if you wanna be real creative, shelving. The real ace here is the material. It can either be recycled or burnt. The energy released would produce nothing but CO2 and water. Just what we need, more CO2. :/

0 Designer: Bjorn Rust

Rubberized School Desks

Rubberized School Desks

The schools in Mdantsane, South Africa are poorly equipped and lack basic facilities such as chairs and desks which are required to run the schools. With over 7000 students and only 3 schools, the volume of desks to the space available is another key factor to consider. For this reason the design is a combination of both a desk and chair. Each desk is formed from recycled rubber.

0 Designer: Thomas Brown

Furniture That Grows With Your Child

Furniture That Grows With Your Child

Ilo is a furniture collection for children and teenager, which convinces through its modular composition, its ability to grow with the child and the convertibility of parts of the collection. The heart of Ilo, a quarter-circle-shaped corner piece, connects the end walls and can easily be assembled by the customer.

0 Designer: Carmela Niederhauser & Nadine Grau

Mobile Workspace for Public Spaces

Mobile Workspace for Public Spaces

This workstation lets people works outdoors. It belongs in urban, public spaces and can serve as an accessible alternative to stuffy or claustrophobic offices. The Workstation can be set up on a university campus, in the backyard between apartment buildings, or in modern office landscapes. The Seats have circular segments, allowing people to sit next to or across from each other.

0 Designer: Mathias Schnyder

Go Ahead And Pick A Light

Go Ahead And Pick A Light

Picking fruit from a tree could be a metaphor for recharging and reusing. This hollow steel tree is exactly that. It charges three pear-shaped lights that can be picked off for use. They’ll stay illuminated for an hour and when you’re out of “juice”, just put them back on the tree.

0 Designer: Nick Foley

Speaker Chair

Speaker Chair

When furniture is fused with high tech kit the results are often about as comfortable and stylish as sandpaper g-string. But the new Speaker Chair by designer Pinju Chen defies the norm with its charmingly curvaceous lines and comfy interior cushion, which sent us from nought to napping in only a few seconds… until we were suddenly awoken by some beefy rock riffs.

0 Designer: Pinju Chen

Oh Noes, It Collapses

Oh Noes, It Collapses

A magazine rack designed to purposely look disheveled and disorganized. Each rack can be rearranged to create all kinds of chaos  tho I have a feeling, as  anal as I am, I’d probably just line them all up in a neat way. Ugh, that so defeats the purpose.

0 Designer: Evan Gurgui

FlipChair Really Does Flip

FlipChair Really Does Flip

Not by itself of course. You have to do it yourself but what’s interesting here is that it can be used as a chair or chaise lounge. The design is a bit weird with that heeled foot. They should have taken it a step further and lined the interior frame with rawhide and wood to triple as a cat nook.

0 Designer: Boris Novachi Bojic