Designed by Tomas Kral for Super-ette, the Homework table combines a work surface with out-in-the-open storage. The ash wood table has a cast aluminum extension to hold additional items.
We’ve seen some impressive expandable tables before, but this one takes the cake. It’s an incredible feat of both carpentry and engineering from Fletcher Burwell-Taylor. (Thanks Luca!)
Made by Austria’s Team 7, the Flaye Table can be extended by 39″ using a mechanism that hides extra panels in the middle of the table, and can be opened by one person. Request a quote here.
These cassette tape coffee tables made by Taybles can hold a lot of your favorite tapes and other stuff, thanks to steel cup holders and a drawer. Customize its parts to create your own mixtape.
Dawoon Song came up with a great way to take a power nap without looking like an alien under arrest. The Real Soft Desk’s upholstery eliminates the tabletop’s hard edges and flat surface.
Designed by Julian Vidame, the surface of this versatile table can expand from 31in to 62in, thanks to wooden boards that can be rolled from upright to flat and vice versa.
The XTable’s height can be adjusted by turning its hand crank. It also has a cable organizer that is accessed via a removable panel below the desk. Contact Holmris to order.
Sotyrys and Aleksander Pantopulos’ sleek Raptor RT01 table is part contemporary art, part furniture and part green; as the body is made from recycled aluminium; the remainder is made of glass and HPL.
We’ve seen some good-looking foosball tables over the years, but this might just be our favorite, with its minimal electropolished steel finish and rugged, adjustable wooden legs.
Raise office morale with Poppin’s Ping Pong Conference Table. It has drawers on either end to store items for work and play, and the central panel can manage cables or hold the net up.
A highly customizable wooden arcade table. It has a 26″ LCD, Sanwa joysticks and buttons, a trackball, DVD-drive, Wi-Fi support, HDMI and USB ports and comes with lots of old arcade games.
An auto shop in the Czech Republic makes sofas, tables and other furniture using actual parts from vintage cars. If you want, you can even send them a car for them to convert into furniture.
Architect Haiko Cornelissen’s whimsical aluminum outdoor table combines modern urban sensibilities with a bit of nature, adding a live grass table surface beneath your plates. Ants not included.
Designed by HÃ©lÃ¨ne Van Marcke, the Up, Up, Up is a portable picnic set. It includes a table and two benches that fold as one unit. Unfortunately it seems to be available only in Europe.
Designed by David Koch, the parts of the 3Style table can be easily recombined to transform it into either a four-seater dining table, a coffee table or a desk without using any tools.
A concept by industrial design students Arthur Brutter and Ido Bruno, this table is light enough for two children to lift and move yet can withstand the impact from a one-ton object falling onto it.
A simple but versatile two-piece unit that can be used as a one seater with a side table, a chaise lounge or a corner table. The L-shaped cuts on the bigger piece make for comfortable seat backs.
What seems to be a flat piece of wood unfolds into a table. Made by architectural designer Robert van Embricqs, the Rising Table is representative of his fluid and organic design philosophy.
Household Zen Gardens might seem like a trendy relic of the 1990s, but Simon Hallam’s Zen Table is a 21st century revamp using robotics to carve images into the sand from below. Amazing stuff.
Who says dining rooms need to look like grandma’s house? Duffy London’s table puts the fun back into your meals, hanging each of eight diners from a swing, and building a lamp into the canopy.
Manoteca makes clever use of a used wooden door, converting it into a multipurpose table by retaining its original form. The recycled rawhide pockets and wooden drawer add to its versatility.
You don’t have to be an airplane geek to appreciate the raw beauty of this table. Made using a Lycoming R680 9 Cylinder Radial Engine from a US Army Boeing-Stearman PT-13.
An electronically height-adjustable desk. GeekDesk 2 goes from 21″ to 48″ high with a lifting capacity of 275lbs, while GeekDesk Max goes from 23″ to 49″ and lifts up to 335lbs. Demo videos here.
Made from used shipping pallets, making each table unique. Sandblasted and then waxed to a golden brown color. Has four wheels, two of which have brakes. Fully assembled when delivered.
The Golden State – you can live in it, skate it, and now you can eat and work on it. These beautiful wooden desks are made by J. Rusten Furniture Studio. Made of salvaged Claro walnut and steel.
Send Etsy seller Jane Dandy your books and she’ll make you a one of a kind side table. It has grooves that will only accommodate your tomes – and only if they’re in the right order.
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