Space-saving game room furniture that switches between a 7-foot billiards table and an air hockey table by turning over the playing surface. Locks securely in place when flipped. Now we want a three-sided version with a foosball table.
A 12:1 scale replica of a cassette tape made by Seattle-based woodworker Jeff Skierka. The table is made from recycled maple, walnut, lucite and a plexiglass top and has both A and B sides.
Mauricio Arruda cheated a bit to make the Mesa Baralho. The playing cards are actually 4mm-thick steel plates 13 times larger than an actual card, enabling the two stacks to support up to 550 lbs.