Kagen Schaefer makes complex wooden puzzles. One of them is a desk that has over 20 puzzles and hidden compartments, which when solved give you pieces of sheet music. Put that together, play the notes on the built-in pipe organ and you’ll open a final secret drawer.
A smart, space-efficient take on the standing desk, the modular wooden StandCrafted hangs on your wall, freeing up floor space. It holds any display with a VESA mount, has a keyboard and trackpad/mouse tray, a laptop holder, a place for gadget charging and even a cup holder.
Tired of dealing with dirty upholstery, Sitskie came up with its patented block furniture system. Small strips of wood joined together by elastic create a seating surface that’s comfortable and easy to clean. It’ll leave your bank account spotless too.
Julie Legros and Lavallard Boget created this truly special interpretation of a classic Eames mid-century modern chair, replacing fiberglass with concrete, and swapping aluminum for steel rebar legs. The seat side has a smooth finish, while the rear is rough and unfinished.
These rustic, yet dynamic wall shelves are crafted from nearly century-old reclaimed pine wood, and held in place using stainless steel cables attached to turnbuckles to save on floor space. Shelves are 11″ deep in 23.5″, 39″ & 55″ widths.
Loll Designs’ Racer Rocker is a flat-pack outdoor rocking chair. It’s made of 100% recycled HDPE plastic, and each one is the equivalent of 288 milk jugs. It also has a storage trunk at the back. Available in seven colors.
Wayne Yeager’s LeanChair attempts to find a nice compromise between sitting and standing at work. It lets you recline and reduce the load on your feet and legs. Use it with a standing desk or on its own with its swing arm desk.
Made by Lithuanian shop Life is Short, the Rocking Couch is a flat pack cardboard couch. It weighs just ~20lb but can hold up to ~330lb. You can assemble it in just two minutes without tools or glue. Lasts up to two years.