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.
Forget those other sissy adjustable height tables; Get Back’s industrial-themed scissor lift table sports a giant crank wheel handle and can be raised from a height of 26″ to 44″.
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.
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.
Because it’s good to know where your priorities fly: Ryan Vanderbilt’s table&tennis is a slick, wood-topped, metal-framed conference table that also doubles as a ping pong table.
Will Urbina’s “The Desk” is an uber-case mod which puts the computer in a see-through, LED-lit Plexiglass table; perched above is “The Tower”, is a 5-drive hard disk cluster.
Less is definitely more with Hannes Vaht’s minimalist Desk; the 40″ table sports a two-tone birch veneer finish, under-desk drawer, and two rear-mounted swiveling laptop bays.
Our blindingly fast paddle prowess is no match for this blindingly bright Chrome Ping Pong Table; limited to 10 pieces, each table is made from mirror-polished stainless steel.
Tom Spina Designs’ Han Solo Carbonite Desk is perfect for crime and Sith Lords; the metal and fiberglass table sports a glass top, but you’ll need to supply your own flash-frozen smuggler.
We don’t play shuffleboard, but Hurricane’s upcoming Vertigo and Cobra tables make us want to start: part modern architecture, part play surface, both will be available in 2010.
If you’re short on space but big on parties, this 7-in-1 Rotating Game Table saves the day (and space); you’ll get ping-pong, chess, checkers, backgammon, pool, foosball, and air hockey.
Stephane Perruchon’s Dualshock Controller Table is the real Playstation Home; it’s just a concept, but we’d kick up our feet on the ABS handles any day–let’s just hope it doesn’t vibrate.
AZNOM’s Black Widow Table is poetry in motion: inspired by race cars, with sharp, angled lines, it features a central carbon beam and legs milled from a single piece of aluminum.
We’ve featured foosball tables before, but you can put your feet up on this one: the Foosball Coffee Table not only entertains but looks good with solid wood and stainless steel.
Designed for classrooms to maintain direct sight lines to the teacher, the MacTable is a semi-recessed desk which will hold 20″-24″ iMacs with curves that mimic Apple’s own aesthetics.
Similar to their 3fold Desk, Formtank’s 4foldlow is a smaller, more affordable version that’s made from a single square of sheet steel; choose from powder coated or mirror-polish finishes.
Reminisce with old fighter jock buddies in style at the Phantom Bar; it features four F-4 Mk 7 ejection seats around a table made from a C-119 transport’s original cowl.
Plastic utility tables are great, but the Strut Work Table literally lets you strut: 70″ of glass floats on angled shesham legs with stainless steel accents for a stylish, minimalist look.
We’d prefer ninjas, but this Pirates vs. Castle Foosball table is an awesome alternative to run-of-the-mill sports tables; it’s almost entirely made of LEGO pieces, down to the handles.
You probably won’t want to use any rare collectible LPs, but this Album Sound Table is a pretty sweet way to show off your discarded album cover collection while being functional, too.
Converting a coffee table into an homage to Pac-Man was a no brainer for Syd Bolton–the dude has over 5,000 games in his collection and curates the Personal Computer Musem.
Spend too many hours sitting in front of a computer (like we do)? Steelcase’s Sit-to-Walkstation is a hybrid treadmill and adjustable height desk with digital console to monitor calories.
Bluelounge already organizes desktops, so it’s about time they released StudioDesk: a sliding top lets this minimalist table gobble up cables, resulting in a single protruding power cord.
Andy Doro’s Electronic Dreams Table is literally a bright idea: 60 LEDs light up when electromagnetic devices are nearby, thanks to circuits that detect energy using induction coils.
Although it’s gaudy externally, this Ciaika coffee table is pretty sweet internally: it’ll store wine bottles, barware, and up to 378 DVDs; it also includes four side doors with hidden spaces.
A quick once over reveals how it’s done, but Rafa Garcia’s Sancal Elipse coffee table does a good job of looking like its top is floating; choose from black or white lacquer.
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