Remember when we featured the wood shelves inlaid with glowing resin by Mat Brown back in September? Well Mike Warren recently ran with the same concept and created a stunning, glow-in-the-dark piece that’s sure to wow your guests. He even filmed the whole process and provided a step-by-step instruction on Instructables in case you want to make one for yourself.
New Zealanders Fraser Callaway, Oliver Ward and Matt Innes designed a “flexible, foldable, affordable and 100% recycled” standing desk for the modern worker. With a campaign on Kickstater, this design team is ready to leave their mark on a healthier, mobile worker.
Sometimes being square is very, very cool as these seats and stools prove. Decube is two in one furniture, the ingenious design the brainchild of Luca Binaglia. Providing a place to rest your butt and feet all at once, the pouf slots into the seat when you’re done, offering a space-saving alternative sitting arrangement too.
Couples no longer need compromise on one of life’s greatest cohabiting issues. The Fusion Table not only offers a sumptuous pool playing surface, but also a super stylish dining table with a lacquered finish fit to grace the most regal of dinner parties.
Highly talented furniture maker and artist Greg Klassen spends his days whittling wood and whatnot in the Pacific Northwest. Inspiration, he says, he finds in the trees, fields and waterways. That nature-infused philosophy has been stunningly encapsulated in his latest collection.
ZO-loft designed an ultra-modern sofa that is prefect for decorating the offices of tech or Internet firms. Created to look like the black and white keys of a computer keyboard, the sofa even transforms into a comfortable bed.
Anyone who’s ever owned a cat knows that they can be upfront about getting attention. Your keyboard is the perfect place to park for maximum coverage. Ruan Hao of LYS Architecture in Hong Kong came up with a creative solution. The CATable is a workstation that doubles as a cat playground.
London-based designer, Yoni Alter, creates city silhouettes (to scale) of many major urban destinations. The colorful prints have featured skylines of Toykyo, Sydney, Shanghai, San Francisco, Seoul, Tel-Aviv and others. The iconic buildings and landmarks are created in bright, overlapping colors.
French artist Gregoire de Lafforest, in collaboration with Ateliers Seewhy, designed a table that’s also a functional birdcage. It has glass domes, a tree of welded steel tubes and a wood frame. Lafforest made sure the tree had as natural a form as possible.