It is a round table, which at the press of a button, amazingly doubles its seating capacity and, just as astonishingly, remains truly circular. Very importantly it stores its expansion leaves within itself. Existing tables can seat six persons when small, and twelve or more when expanded, but there are other design possibilities. Operation, which has been described as ‘pure magic’ by Boat International magazine, really is a sight to behold and extremely quick, it taking mere seconds to complete an entire expansion or reduction cycle.
The G1 glass top pool table from Australia-based Nottage Design is an incredible fusion of modern styling and new technology. The patented transparent Vitrik playing surface is used instead of the traditional felt surface. It gives resistance to rolling balls, just like cloth does. The surface creates a stunning “floating on air” effect as balls glide smoothly and quietly. You can get your hands of one of these babies for a hefty $25,150.
Stereovision table is created by the joung designer John Nouanesingit. It is made for those with a sense of irony in technology. The red and blue is a reference to the 3D glasses technology that’s lasted for years and years.
The Sleek Galets created by the French designer Ludovic Renson features a low roto-molded table and stools. They are chrome-painted with a bamboo insert on the surface.
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This Tree table is the latest creation by Sebastian Errazuriz and which have been seen Cristina Grajales Gallery, New-York.
. Sebastian is currently exhibiting a beautiful collection of limited edition, signed and numbered furniture/furnishing pieces. In particular to this interview, he will discuss his new Tree Table, priced at $120,000.
This surprising switch Table Chair is made by Ellesco International and was designed by the Belgian Designer Ellen Ector. Belgian designer created the SwiTCh Table-Chair as her graduation work that is a result of her time spent studying interior design at Sint-Lukas in Brussels. She was then approached by Ellesco International to produce SwiTCh.
This charging station called the Powerwise is created by designers Johanna Strand and Asa Elmstam. It’s a table which also acts as a charging station and can houses eight electrical outlets which are hidden within the box-like, lidded table top. The entire unit can be plugged into the wall, with each internaloutlet having its own on-off power switch so individuals can leave electronics plugged in and shut-off even when they
are not in use.
Turkish designer Fatih Can Sarıöz have created this Kure table designed like a flower that opens up to a full-fledged dinning table.
Shaped as a sphere when closed, it can occupy any corner of the house. And only when the sun sets down, you can bring Kure to life. Fitted with a light source in the center, the base too glows with blue light.
The Dancing Coffee Table are inspired by Mexican Traditional Dances and Dresses.
The goal was to design something inspired by culture and folklore, in this case Mexican’s. So in a place with such a variety of colors and folklore like Mexico, is very difficult to take all and combine it in one piece, so I look at some of our dresses and colors and try to capture the shapes made by dresses in movement in order to design the Dancing Coffee Table and the Dancing Carpet.
Dissipations is an exhibition by designer Robert Stadler, opens at Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin in Paris this weekend.This series of furniture is made of stacked boards that are lacquered or upholstered.
Created by the French designer John Nouanesing, “Paint Or Die But Love Me” is a great table concept by french designer John Nouanesing.
With legs and edges shaped to look like dripping paint, the vivacious red table mesmerizes with its glossy surface and buoyant form that reflects the artist’s romantic disposition and hunger for love!
GRO design and TIM model created what is to me the most beautiful foosball table. The players are machined in brass and chrome, the table itself is meant to be a bit architectural, like real stadiums, and minimal to not distract from the game. The lighting is designed to draw players and spectators into the game completely, eclipsing the distractions of the outside world exactly as if you’re at an actual football game.
This low table extends and changes its shape by doubling in size revealing generous storage for magazines, books, CD and DVD.Clean lines, functionality and diverse wood and lacquer finishes combinations between Wenge stained oak and white lacquer.
“Search Table” will be on show as part of the “Per-Capita” exhibition in Tel Aviv. Ezri Tarazihave created this table by using the first hundred images hit when the word ‘table’ was clicked in the Google search engine. The images were printed directly upon the aluminum plate, creating the overall table structure.