Its maker, Jeff Skierka, did a great job of capturing the essence of the mixtape. Each coffee table is built upon order and is hand-assembled and finished in Seattle. Just like a real cassette tape, the piece is completely reversible – sides A and B stamped and numbered on one side [Link ↓]
The table consists of five interlocking, plywood, petal-shaped legs slotted through a glass top. [Link ↓]
The Growth Table encourages the whole family to draw or study together. Designed by Tim Durfee and Iris Anna Regn, the Growth Table also features holes for pencils or markers and a spot for paper — perfect for young creators and future architects.
The modern table designed by Jay Watson reacts to heat and allows people to leave a temporary mark.
This experimental sparkle Palace Cocktail Table created by John Foster offers a one of a kind, hand-made sculpture with a unique design. [Link ↓]
This table has an unstable surface. The weight of objects is shown because it distorts the surface.
The table stands on a wooden base with a reinforced steel structure. Creator provides a luminous clarity that emphasizes its elegant and innovative structure, which was inspired by the flow of the Nile River. [Link ↓]
The Stink Tree is shrouded in mystery. What we do know about it is that it may or may not reference an actual tree, it’s quite functional (though if you’re nervous about Sunday morning coffees, a glass top is an easy solution) and very heavy. [Link ↓]
If you love a minimalist aesthetic, then you’re going to love the K Workstation by MisoSoupDesign. A full-on workstation complete with desk, shelves, and a place to set your keyboard, this masterpiece was bent from bamboo laminate plywood and is even available in various segments so you can fashion your own final arrangement. [Link ↓]
It’s designed by Ruan Hao of LYCS Architecture in Hong Kong and Hangzhou and was seen at Milan Design Week.
The designer notes:
People who live with cat always have those kinds of experiences：
1. Putting away the cat from your laptop was like a sentimental ritual of temporary farewell.
2. A proper sized hole could be so irresistible to cats. Their curiosity would be greatly satisfied through repetitively exploring the unknown path behind the hole.
The design of ‘CATable’ was a fusion of those experiences, as well as a locus where the interaction occurs. It is a table for us, and a paradise for cats.