Comes with a price tag of € 11000 excl. trunk, the back covers of chairs made in bronze, can be put in any tree trunk.
This interesting table is designed by Burgess Zbryk and Rie Egawa.
Kube - Coffee table:
Coffee table in black gloss.
Ripple Series Tables:
Using sophisticated 3D milling processes and a variety of materials such as polished aluminum, clear polyester resin and with a touch of aerospace engineering, artist and engineer Lee Rowland created these Ripple Series tables.
The Jigsaw Puzzle Table consists of individual jigsaw shaped pieces that fit together to create a unique occasional table and is made entirely from solid beech.
For further information about this product, visit DB Fletcher Furniture Design.
White Spider Coffee Table:
Simple piece of furniture, the white coffee table with 4 spider-like legs.
Coffee table made from a Rover V8 engine:
Designed by Jakob Wagner made in Italy by Moroso using beech plywood. The simple lines and lean-design of the tables produce a sleek and attractive sofa/side table suitable for any space.
The BaObab desk, designed by Philippe Starck for Vitra, provides a refreshing approach to office furniture. It's curved shape, created as a single piece, shields the user and provides a pleasant feeling of security. As a sculptural element, BaObab embraces the user, supports them in an unconventional manner in their work and ultimately gives the office a new feel.
The Rolling Bench:
Korean designers Sungwoo Park, Yoonha Paick, Jongdeuk Son, Banseok Yoon, Eunbi Cho and Minjung Sim have come up with a really innovative solution to the problem of wet benches. All you need to do is just turn the winding handle.
Coffee table by Dylan Gold:
Table Looks Like Running Water:
Designed by Tokujin Yoshioka, these tables are made to look like water running over a cliff.
It's a part of MoMA's Design & the Elastic Mind Exhibit, designed by Moritz Waldemeyer.
Here is the 'link table' which Tom Dixon revealed his new lighting and furniture range at ICFF 08.
Laptop Table is our favortive one.
Don't miss the part one of this series: Link..
Manholes of Japan.
Beautiful Rice Field Art.
Underwater Post Office.