They only exist as renders, but we hope Erick Sakal’s Another Long Chair gets made; the organic, segmented design an anodized aluminum slats put cheap patio furniture to shame.
Get a workout just raising the Push Up Table; true to its name, it requires you do a pushup to elevate it; it’s similar to a clicky pen, except you’ll need a lot more upper body strength.
Despite its austere design, the Novanta Workstation (made out of aluminum and MDF) squeezes in speakers, a USB hub, monitor stand, iPod dock, power strip, and three drawers.
Immensely versatile, Brandon Allen’s Calypso chair can be folded every which way; possible uses include a laptop station/desk, an informal meeting area an a coffee table.
Alright, so it’s not really called the “trouser desk:” Wogg’s 48 Desk/Table only looks like it due to a goofy-looking elastic fabric base that stretches as you adjust the height of the table.
Short of a toilet and a fridge, the Emperor Workstation means you’ll never have to leave your computer; it comes with reclining Recaro seats, HEPA filters and optional PS3. Thanks, Blake!
They don’t exactly stay out of sight when not in use, but Sebastian Errazuriz’s Repisa N5 folding shelves let you periodically mix things up while looking swank in a dark finish.
With a maze-like, kinetic design that blows any bookshelf we’ve ever had out of the water, Charles Kalpikian’s Graffititek is a creative take on urban graffiti and streetlamps.
Mixing mid century modern with modern minimalism, the Sonic Chair takes the classic bubble chair and turns it into a mini-office with 20″ touchscreen iMac on a pivoting arm.
Portable and versatile, the Ci Desk is described as a “home office on wheels;” not only does it feature plenty of drawers that swivel away when not in use, but sports a laptop tray up top.
The iPhone finally gets tactile feedback with this amazing iPhone coffee table by iLounge readers; made with corrugated cardboard, the icons are actually built-in coasters.
Forget Russian Roulette: Rehhab’s Fully Loaded Chair is made with 388 spent 12-gauge shotgun shells on a welded steel frame; buyers can choose from one of six shell types.
Made with two identical pieces and a handful of hardware, Jeffrey Wollenzien’s Karma Chair has efficiencies that would make Ikea green with envy; we’re digging the circuit-like cutouts.
It’s not quite as radical as the Quickie Bed, but the Slim Desk makes sense: it features three sliding panels that not only hide extra storage but increase the size of your work area.
Even machine guns have identity crises: Stuart Fingerhut’s Gun Rack Organizer is an AK-47 with birds and a girl on a swing, all of which are useful places to stow your keys and mail.
If your GT-R is lonely in that big ol’ acid-stained garage, check out this limited edition Snap-on toolbox; it’s covered with a Nissan GT-R graphic and includes a keyfob-shaped key.
Say goodbye to clutter with GenevaSound’s Home Theater, which is essentially a massive iPod dock with FM radio and CD player; it packs 7 speakers, a 700 watt amp and a 12″ sub.
Can’t stand the thought of your Lambo parked in the garage while you slave away in your office? RaceChairs sells actual chairs from supercars for your lowly cubicle corner office.
The name may be loaded with innuendos, but Quickie is a pretty cool concept: designed by Jared Dickey, the tabletop slides open to reveal a bed, allowing you to catch some Z’s at work.
Meet George Jetson: HOVERIT is a magnetic levitating lounger; to emphasize the effect, it’s made with clear acrylic and held in place with poles that double as armrests. Thanks, Mark!
Made with solid oak + stainless steel and fitted with a chunky glass top, this Offside Football Coffee Table’s dual functionality is designed to minimize any objections of the feminine kind.
These Dog Bookstands by Charles Kalpakian put the funk in shelving; we’re honestly not sure what to make of them, other than that we’d snap up a few of these puppies if they’re ever made.
There’s no shortage of arcade tables nowadays, but Surface Tension’s Contemporary Arcade Table raises the stakes with a modern design; they’ll even drop in your own gaming rig.
There’s nothing like this $45k Rio Chaise Lounge to finish off that bachelor pad: designed in the 1970s, its bentwood frame and perforated cane seat still look plenty modern.
The Solo Lounge Table adds function to the classic coffee table; it’s solar powered, and provides USB, 3-prong and lighter outlets. A bluetooth transmitter sends power info to your PC.
Australian designer Brodie Neill’s @Chair concept is like a moebius strip incarnated into modern furniture. Made with carbon fiber and chrome, it must be a real doozy to create.
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