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Gaze Desk Standing Desk

Gaze Desk Standing Desk

The Gaze Desk’s premiere variant has two separate desks so you can adjust the height of your monitor independently. Its app recommends the proper desk height based on your measurements. The desk also has a whiteboard variant with a tilting partition.

Sereno Armchair

Sereno Armchair

Italian furniture maker Lovli’s decorative chair is made in the shape of Buddha meditating to hold you and help you acheive a state of peace and relaxation. It’s internal lighting and polyethylene construction make it perfect in a garden or poolside.

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Ori Systems Furniture

Ori Systems Furniture

Ori is a collection of motorized floor-to-ceiling furniture that turns a studio apartment into a versatile one bedroom space. Its control pad makes it easy to move the whole unit across the room or open and close its components.

Wallace Modular Shelf

Wallace Modular Shelf

Inspired by its store display shelves, Swenyo’s Wallace is a brilliantly simple modular shelving system that uses an easy to install aluminum mount and birch plywood rails. Mix and match its shelves, boxes, hooks and more as you desire.

Spyndi Chair

Spyndi Chair

Designer Mindaugas Zillions was inspired by the human backbone to create a customizable chair made of interlocking birch plywood elements. The Spyndi kit has both long and short pieces that you can put together in minutes to make a variety of chairs.

Duchess Gaming & Dinner Table

Duchess Gaming & Dinner Table

Board Game Tables’ convertible tabletop gaming table is made of rosewood, with a 3’x 5′ neoprene padded playing surface, and pop-out drink holders. It comes with a topper so you can use it as a normal dining table without disturbing the pieces on the playing surface.

Rocket Coffee Table

Rocket Coffee Table

Furniture designer Stelios Mousarris attempts to capture his memories of playing with toys for hours on end with this whimsical living room table. Measuring 47″x 17″, the large glass surface is propped up by five freestanding rocketships that you are free to rearrange.

Lamborghini & Bugatti Desks

Lamborghini & Bugatti Desks

Design Epicentrum makes these high-end custom workstations in the style of famous supercars. While they look awesome and weigh less than the actual cars, they probably can’t do 0-to-60 in under 3 seconds. At least until Colin Furze gets his hands on one.

Harland Miller Deckchairs

Harland Miller Deckchairs

Artist Harland Miller is most known for his gigantic canvas prints of the iconic Penguin book cover but with the titles replaced with sardonic statements. Other Criteria printed some of those artworks on a limited edition of deckchairs, as well as on a beach towel.

Smart Slab Concept

Smart Slab Concept

Designed by Kram/Weisshaar for SapienStone, the Smart Slab is a discreetly high-tech table. Underneath its ceramic tabletop are inductive cooking, cooling and heating elements that let you cook and eat on the same surface, as well as keep food warm or cold.

Luno EGB2 Record Console & Bar

Luno EGB2 Record Console & Bar

Inside this ’60s-inspired console’s walnut body is a Debut Carbon turntable, a tweeter, a 6.5″ woofer, a 200W amplifier, a 100W subwoofer, an AirPlay receiver and two aux inputs. It also has a built-in minibar with whiskey glasses and room for 150 vinyl records.

Maxwell Sofa

Maxwell Sofa

Co-designed by Apartment Therapy founder Maxwell Ryan, Interior Define’s Maxwell sofa combines a deep seat, a low-profile height and curved shapes to create a modern take on European sofas. Available with a variety of fabric covers.

Sofa Moog Bean Bag Chair

Sofa Moog Bean Bag Chair

Woouf!’s beanbag sofa harkens back to the era of analog synthesizers, offering up tons of cryptic knobs and a seating surface covered with keys. The only thing better would be if it played when you sat on it. Officially-licensed by Moog. Measures appx. 53″ x 31″ x 24″.

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Gregory Besson Skull Armchair

Gregory Besson Skull Armchair

Set up a classy Snake Mountain with this badass chesterfield chair by designer Gregory Besson. It has a leather seat cover while its skull-shaped body is made of fiberglass. You can customize the color of your order.

The Modern HiFi Stereo Console

The Modern HiFi Stereo Console

Department Chicago’s beautiful mid-century-style stereo console. It has a pair of speakers, each with a 100W amp, a 6″ driver and a 1″ tweeter. You can connect to it via Bluetooth or RCA. It also comes with removable record dividers and an adjustable shelf.

Lian Li DK-04 Standing Desk PC Case

Lian Li DK-04 Standing Desk PC Case

Lian Li’s DK-04 electronic standing desk doubles as a gaming PC chassis. It has tons of cooling, room for an mATX or ATX motherboard, GPUs up to 320mm long, and up to eight 3.5″ or 2.5″ drives. Its height can be adjusted from 27″ to 46″. Drops 5/10/16 for $1500.

Modul’Air Pool & Patio Furniture

Modul’Air Pool & Patio Furniture

Pigro Felice’s Modul’Air is a collection of modular and inflatable furniture that you can use both on and off the swimming pool. The modules include a stackable base, backrests, a hammock and even a cooler that comes with magnetic silicone glasses.

Pull Me to Life

Pull Me to Life

Designer Juno Jeon created this intriguing piece of wood furniture, a small table which features a textured surface which moves like the scales on a strange looking animal when its drawer is opened or closed.

Tractor Coffee Table

Tractor Coffee Table

UK-based Etsy shop Smithers of Stamford specializes in industrial furniture made of used objects, such as this massive hood from an old Massey Ferguson tractor. It comes with a glass tabletop and measures 22″x 48″x 25″.

UX4 Furniture System

UX4 Furniture System

Pronounced “U-by-four,” this simple, versatile bracket system allows you to take pieces of 2×4 and attach them as legs to create your own custom furniture. From nightstands to dining tables, their angled design gives every object you make a cool and modern look.

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Wave City Dining Table

Wave City Dining Table

Designer Stelios Mousarris‘ second Inception-inspired table is much bigger than the first one, measuring 98″x 30″x 28″. Its continuous wood and steel sheet undulates to create a large crest and a tapered leg that support the glass surface.

Bel & Bel Scooter Chair

Bel & Bel Scooter Chair

Bel & Bel makes chairs partly made of the front panel and front cover of ’80s Vespa scooters. The chairs are handmade, reclinable and height-adjustable. They also retain the functionality of the scooters’ turn lights.

New York City Desk

New York City Desk

Troy Huang’s made-to-order desk features an intricate, 3D-printed scale model of Manhattan below the desk surface, while its clear acrylic legs mimic the fallen Twin Towers. The desk measures 30″x 60″x 32″ and has LEDs in the legs and under the model.

Autonomous Desk

Autonomous Desk

Autonomous proves that you don’t need to spend thousands to own a great motorized standing desk. Its top of the line desk has bells and whistles like a personal assistant, but its basic model has all the essentials, including a lap desk-style ergonomic surface.

MKBHD’s Dream Desk

MKBHD’s Dream Desk

Jonathan Morrison put together a modern, minimalist and crazy expensive desk setup that fits the style of fellow tech reviewer MKBHD. Skip to 4:39. The highlight is definitely the angular Furtif desk. Check out the video’s description for links to the showcased products.

Gold Skull Armchair

Gold Skull Armchair

Designed by Harow, creators of the Black Skull Armchair, this very special edition is for supervillains with deep pockets. Its luxurious black velvet seat is surrounded by a handmade steel and fiberglass structure, coated in 24-karat gold, bringing its price to a cool half-mil.

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