Minim’s Rise is a partner workstation that features two electronic sit-to-stand desks that can be adjusted individually. The desks also feature outlets hidden in a flip top lid. The desktop, base and divider can be configured from a variety of materials and colors.
One of the nicest looking foosball tables we’ve laid eyes on, EastPoint Sports‘ competition-sized table features a sturdy wood construction with a crossbar base, precision weighted and balanced players, and high performance rod bushings for quick and smooth spinning.
Similar to, more minimal than the Urbana table, German Smart Living’s Swing is a wood and metal table that can be transformed into a shelf in one motion. It also has casters under its feet for easy transport. It comes in six variants, including two for outdoor use.
MZPA’s geodesic dome chair offers a private place for work, study, and relaxation. It’s open on the front for conversations, but its sides, roof, and padded interior provide a peaceful, personal space. Made from 51 triangular plywood panels connected to four metal legs.
An absolutely stunning piece of outdoor furniture, this 65″ rectangular table is made from lightweight fiber concrete and steel, and has a built-in propane fire pit with flames that dance through a pile of colorful fire crystals. A natural gas conversion kit is also available.
We all know by now that standing while working is healthier than sitting. But if you don’t have the cash for a whole new desk, check out rldh’s walnut and birch stand, which gives you a perfect standing work platform for your laptop and external keyboard on a budget.
Upgrade the casters on your office chair with the same sort of quiet, smooth-rolling wheels found on rollerblades. They skate across low-pile carpet without a problem, are safe for all kinds of floors, and just look way cooler than the stock casters. Sold as a set of five.
Furniture maker Lignum walks us through the painstaking process of transforming dozens of straight slats of wood into a beautiful handbuilt bench with smoothly undulating curves. It amazes us that most of the work is done using only clamps, patience, and lots of glue.