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Modern Solar Lamp And Table By Foscarini

Tue, Nov 5, 2013 | Lamps, Tables

Combining different types of furniture in one is a hot trend right now, and designer Jean Marie Massaud decided to combine a table with a solar power lamp. This ‘terra’ line can sit at different angles to collect the sun’s solar power to store for later in the evening and is made from polyethylene. The outdoor model is constructed to allow...Continue Reading...

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Comfortable Low Scallop Table With Depressions For Storage

Sat, Sep 8, 2012 | Tables

London-based designer Samuel Wilkinson noticed how people tend to store their items and things they don’t need at the moment and expressed the result of his observations in a series of low tables called Scallop for Danish design brand Versus. Every table has depressions in the top to stop small items rolling around. The name is derived from the table’s...Continue Reading...

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Silver Tables Of Fir With All Imperfections

Wed, Oct 19, 2011 | Tables

This furniture is one more example of how beautiful can be the nature itself just a little bit highlighted by some modern means. These tables by One & Co and produced by Council are made of Douglas Fir with all its knots, cracks and grain remained. The wood is just covered with silver to highlight all these imperfections. These two layers are so...Continue Reading...

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Ergonomic Chair And Table In One With A Ball

Wed, Sep 28, 2011 | Chairs

Ergonomic and multifunctional – that’s the fashion! Ellen Ectors presents a chair that may become a table if you like. SwiTCh has a interesting detail – a ball that may be put inside the table or you may sit on it while using it as a chair. Why ball? It helps to keep your bearing and the shape of a sphere looks cool in contrast to a cube. These two...Continue Reading...

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Minimalist Eco-Friendly Table Of Wood Scraps

Tue, Sep 6, 2011 | Tables

This table is definitely created by a person with a good sense of humor. The table is made of wood, it’s true, but this wood is wood scraps in an acrylic frame. The Alma Table by Roberta Rampazzo means ‘soul’ in Spanish and it’s really a soul, soul of wood inside the frame. The piece is unique, it shows the importance of saving wood and other...Continue Reading...

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Functional Drawing Table With 1800 Sheets Of Paper

Tue, Jun 14, 2011 | Tables

Designer Thorsten Francks made this fantastic table called Tischlein for those who like to draw. It’s a creative place for a child or an adult. The table has 1800 sheets of paper of 24 various colors. You can always write or count something if you’re near this small table. The design itself is very simple: it’s a maple table of light color on four...Continue Reading...

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Contemporary Low Table With 8 Legs Covered With Epoxy Resin

Fri, May 13, 2011 | Tables

The Flat Table Peeled is a contemporary interpretation of the traditional japanese low table with 8 legs, Hassoku Dai. It’s done by Jo Nagasaka of Schemata Architecture Office. The table has a wooden table top finished with a layer of colored epoxy resin. There are two colors of the resin available: fluorescent pink and yellow. The table top has...Continue Reading...

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Trendy Bulletproof Table

Mon, Apr 25, 2011 | Tables

Designer Aviad Gil created this unusual Bulletproof Table for the Conflict Collection. He spent much time in Gaza Strip so he probably had some military thoughts creating this piece. How was this table made? The engineers took AK-47 and shot the bulletproof Volvo glass. After that the designer took the glass and put it on the frame applying some epoxy. They...Continue Reading...

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Surrealistic Mad Horse Table

Tue, Apr 19, 2011 | Tables

The father of surrealistic style, artist Salvador Dali would have been delighted if he could see this side table. Mad Horse by Israeli designer Samuel David Ben-Shalom is a table that four rotated horse legs. The top looks like a mass of bubbles; it’s available in black slick finish. In my view, it’s not only a table but also a surrealistic sculpture....Continue Reading...

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Table Inspired By Stars

Tue, Mar 15, 2011 | Tables

The more and more unusual things inspire designers. Olof Norderson and Ulf N Jevin from studio Fulo were inspired by stars and created the table called Constellation. It’s a table with perforations which are made in order to choose the number of legs. You can design your own table choosing 4, 5 or more legs. If you are tired you can change the number of...Continue Reading...

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