Artifox updated the raw wooden desk for the modern worker. Made of walnut or maple, Desk 01 has a built-in whiteboard panel, a dock for tablets and phones, a hidden shelf for cables and power strips and a couple of pegs for hanging.
A TV stand with a shelf and power strip at the back. It lets you hide your set top boxes and other video devices as well as their cables and cords. The wooden model in the video is just a prototype; the actual product is made of metal.
Swiss furniture maker Peka makes shelves, closets and other storage with compartments and drawers that slide or swing out. Instead of having to reach in to get items, they come to you. Find local distributors here.
Hang your coffee table books on this seemingly invisible stand. Like the Conceal Book Shelf, that will make it appear like your items are floating on your wall. They say it can be used with records too, but we’re thinking only double albums.
Offering a reasonably priced alternative to expensive standing desks, the Standdesk has a sturdy steel frame, motorized height adjustment with optional memory, and a variety of sizes and tops. You can also install your own surface.
Tobias Fränzel is now accepting orders for his quirky Ping Pong Door, which morphs from a door to a table tennis table with just one swing. It’s significantly narrower than a regulation table though. Contact Tobias to order.
A standing desk that won’t break the bank. Made by Chairigami, this 42″ high desk is made of corrugated cardboard. It’s not adjustable, but it’s easy to assemble, weighs just 15lb., supports up to 300lb. and is very affordable.
BrickBox is a modular shelf made of wooden boxes with handles. Each box has two nylon feet on one side and holes on the other side to stack boxes firmly together. You can customize each box with doors, dividers and casters.
An affordable and portable alternative to dedicated standing desks. The UpStanding Desk is made of plywood, can support up to 200lb. and has two levels, each adjustable by 1″ increments. Available in four variants.
From Focal – maker of the Locus Workstation – comes a portable ergonomic stool. The Mogo weighs just 2.1lb. but can extend up to 37″. It has a fiberglass seat, supports up to 200lb. and can be adjusted in 1″ increments. Video here.
A flexible wall-mounted shelf system that adjusts to your needs and looks nice even when it’s “empty.” Made by students Tadej Podakar and Luka Fabjan, the REMLshelf is made of wooden beams that you can pull apart to store items.
Seletti’s A La Carte is a side table that looks like it’s made of oversized playing cards. If you have a fat stack, stack multiple tables to make a huge pyramid. The table is made of MDF and is available in black, red and blue.
A unique way to display your flat panel TV, this sturdy metal artist’s easel can be adjusted to a variety of angles and support numerous display sizes from 42″ to 60″ and weighing up to 170 lbs. Available in gunmetal or polished nickel.
Building in numerous shelves, designer Mathieu Lehanneur’s birch plywood desk provides tons of space for small items, while offering a sculptural look that’s perfect for a creative space. Satellites sold separately. Assembly required.
A smaller – and hopefully significantly cheaper – version of Reinier de Jong’s innovative expanding bookcase. The REK bookcase jr. comes in two sizes: 50″ high with a maximum width of 63″ and 39″ high with a max width of 49″.
Detachable table legs are nothingnew; Kyle Hoff was just smart enough to reach out to buyers through Kickstarter. Floyd Legs are C-clamps on stilts, letting you make a table out of any flat surface. Available in 29″ or 16″.
The Stir’s height can be adjusted between 25″ to 51″ using its touchscreen interface, or you can set it to automatically rise or fall in 1″ increments every so often. It also has 8 USB charging ports and 4 AC sockets concealed inside.
The x12 bed can analyze its user’s sleeping habits. It also has many customizable options, including firmness, articulation and even massage settings, all adjustable via a remote control or via voice control. Available this year for $8,000+.
Hangar 54 took Martin Baker Mk10 ejector seats from decommissioned RAF Panavia Tornados and turned them into beautiful bar stools. Only three units exist at the moment, ready to rescue money out of your bank account.
ModCubes’ basic unit is a cube with pegs on top, similar to a LEGO brick. The idea is to align and stack multiple cubes into different shapes and sizes depending on your needs. Check out the prototypes on ModCubes’ Facebook page.
Designed by Andy Hilton, SwingLab is a modular porch swing. It has two removable backrests that you can attach on notches along its four sides and even on the middle of the seat. It’s handmade out of cypress, aluminum and steel cables.
Oshkosh Wisconsin’s Hasse Handcraft makes these modular wood shelves which can be assembled into small or large structures on your wall. Available in a variety of colors, and also as wine racks and larger units.
Duffy London’s coffee table won’t transport you to the pyramids, but it’ll wow guests in your living room. This digitally-printed table appears to float, thanks to its faux shadow base. Just don’t try to sit on it with your girlfriend and fly around.
Designed by Benjamin Vermeulen, MAGfurniture are flat-packed furniture pieces made of steel and wood. The wooden parts have strong magnets inside them, making it easy to assemble, disassemble and repair the furniture.