From the the whole-is-much-greater-than-the-sum-of-its-parts file: Craighton Berman’s Coil Lamp, made from a 100′ extension cord that’s wrapped around a laser-cut clear acrylic form.
Verenice Macedo has created the Galatea, a conceptual personal spa chair that includes a cavernous privacy dome, wraparound laser entertainment screen and body massage.
BoÅ™ek Å Ãpek has created the Offside foosball table that converts to a dining table with a separate glass top. When not in use the the playing surface and bars can be removed and hung on the wall like art.
Even if you’re one of those guys who prefers a softer mattress, Snurk Bedding’s Le-Troittoir at least gives the appearance of hardcore sleeping; a portion of proceeds helps homeless kids.
Remember Wooly Willy? With a little blood, sweat, wood and magnetic filings, you too can have your own Wooly Willy table, thanks to guys at Instructables.
Dana Gordon’s Itch Chair concept has got your back: users can control a scratching actuator with a broad selection of servo-powered “fingernails” using a touchpad at the seat base.
Make the best out of tight quarters with West Elm’s Flip Desk: it looks like a classic campaign table, but flips open to reveal a desk with slide-out desktop, drawer, and open cubby.
Gabriel CaÃ±as’ Tetris Chair has only been seen as a digital render, but he’s finally put the pieces together and created a prototype; it’ll be displayed at the Video Game Museum in Paris.
Originally created in 1925 by Louis Vuitton to house a set of encyclopedias, this Trunk Humidor was modified for the traveling uber-chain smoker: it’s able to carry 500 cigars.
Each VIP Kicker Foosball Table is made out of stainless steel, aluminum, ESG glass, and veneered wood, but here’s the kicker: the Crystal Edition tops out with 151,000 Swarovski crystals.
Ideal for guys with explosive taste, these Explosion Cabinets have working drawers that can be united or wall-mounted for maximum impact; each is made out of hand-stained maple.
Get Back’s Metal Roll Top Desk looks better than most contemporary desks a quarter its age; this vintage-style desk has been completely refinished with brushed silver and brass accents.
The Markham Console Bar’s weathered pine trestle base makes it a solid man cave choice; it features a recessed bottle trough, hidden tool drawer, and cast-iron towel bar and bottle opener.
Rock your workspace garage-band style with CB2’s industrial-styled Trig File Cabinet; it sports high-gloss powdercoated sheet steel with stainless grips and casters with front-drive brakes.
Its the chair that never ends: made from sheesham wood, the Jigsaw Puzzle Stool’s die-cut design can be chain-linked infinitely, ensuring you’ll never be able to buy just one.
It’s the only way you’ll get a skater to sit down for supper, but don’t be surprised if they do an ollie off the olive oil: TFP’s Three Sixty Table sports a glass top on three trucks with wheels.
Five years in the making, Wiege’s On Chair is off-balance in a good way: the active seat has joints that can tilt forward, back, and side to side, thereby keeping you moving while sitting.
Based on Apple’s iPod Mini, Mirko Ginepro’s hollow iTables are decidedly un-Mini but are definitely Cupertino-chic: they’re made with Corian and measure about 47″ long and 13″ high.
There’s no room for junk in the Mayfair Steamer Secretary Trunk; finished with cigar leather and 3,000+ brass nailheads, it’s a high-end mini office with pull-down desktop and bookshelves.
Sit back and relax work with Herman Miller’s Envelop Desk; it features an “infield” that slides and pivots to support your forearms, allowing you to keep a more comfortable posture.
Part good-natured prank, part social experiment, Blu Dot Studio randomly leaves 25 of their chairs on Manhattan streets, tracks who “curb-mines” them, and then interviews them.
With distressed chestnut leather on an unpolished tubular steel frame, the Bresson Rocker is the ultimate man-chair: it’s well-worn comfort for those who believe in usin’ it or losin’ it.
The Cathedral is gone, but own a piece of history with a Yankee Stadium seat which includes an authentic seat back/bottom plus commemorative arms; also available: Texas Stadium.
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