The Ooloo is a skateboard-shaped footrest with two aluminum rockers. Use it to alleviate the negative effects of prolonged sitting. You can also buy just the rockers if you already have a skateboard deck.
Designed by Patricia Urquiola, the Husk is a luxurious armchair (?) with a plastic outer shell and a series of cushions stitched together that provides sofa-like comfort. There’s also a matching Husk ottoman available.
Another product of Restoration Hardware’s current obsession with grimy 20th century curios, this imposing iron drink cabinet is based on a light bulb voltage tester from the 1920s. Perfect for supervillains and mad scientists.
MFEO’s rustic-meets-retro Rohe club chair features 100 year old reclaimed Douglas Fir barn wood slats, which were biscuit joined, glued and sanded into one piece and paired with a vintage mid-century chrome frame.
The Emperor 1510’s VESA monitor mount, bucket seat, leg rest, keyboard tray and LED lights are all adjustable. It also has a Bose 2.1 audio and all the input connections you need. Just plug in your monitor(s) and computer.
You already have a tasty looking sleeping bag for when you’re outdoors, but what about when you’re just chilling at home? Lazy Oaf’s got your back – and butt – with this bean bag shaped like a slice. Just don’t spill your real pizza on it.
Similar to the Tick Clip, Why The Friday’s Instant Table are tall clamps that can be attached to any suitable material to make a table or perhaps a bed. The resulting furniture can easily be disassembled.
Designed by none other than Dieter Rams, the 620’s arms can be removed so you can turn multiple chairs into a sofa. It can have feet, casters or a swiveling base. Available in 6 colors and as a high back or a low back chair.
These portable bunk beds have abrasion- and mildew-resistant polyester mats, steel frames and interlocking discs for easy assembly. It can also be used as a bench and has lots of pockets. You’d better have a big ass tent though.
Designer Thibaut Rouganne came up with the Envol, a portable desk for frequent travelers who could use a workspace on the go. The Envol can be used on a table or while in bed. It also doubles as a briefcase.
A concept for multipurpose furniture by Julia Kononenko. It can be converted from a sofa into a dinner table for six people. The cushions turn into stools while the double-layered backrest turns into a tabletop.
A compilation of some of the more unusual, innovative, and mechanically complex furniture ever created. While we understand the utility of some of the folding pieces, we’re not sure about that bucking bronco of a rocker.
(NSFW: Image) Designed by Fabio Novembre, the Jolly Roger is just waiting for a classy Jack Sparrow to claim it as his throne. The armchair has a skull-shaped mold and a map of the world is engraved on its seat.
It may look like a trunk, but it contains an entire hotel room. Just pop it open, erect the metal structure, hang the soundproof curtains, and unfold the bed and workspace. A concept by Antonio Scarponi and Robert de Luca.
Designed by Joe Warren, the Quad Micro Bar (QMB) is a table with four built-in fold out stools that are secured by easy to use latches. Its compact and versatile design makes it perfect for small apartments.
Whether you’re into actual skateboarding, or just sitting around playing that old Tony Hawk disc, you’ll be happy to have a place to rest your weary backside, on this canadian maple stool with a skateboard-inspired seat.
Work while working out with the FitDesk X1, an exercise bike with a built-in desk. It also has resistance bands so you can also work on your upper body, arm rests with massage rollers to reduce wrist strain and an odometer.
A sculptural lamp with gangly legs rocking wooden Jordans and packaged in a wooden shoebox. 6ft 6in is an homage to His Airness made by artist Kimou Meyer aka Grotesk. It’s really just 30″ tall though.