Corral designed by Belgian Dirk Wynants is a rotated molded polyethylene table that can gather seven Bronco stools. The bonus with this table is that a lighting unit can be integrated into it, turning it into a light source as well.
The c’upsidedown light is basically the ‘corral table’ hung upside down from the ceiling. therefore it is appropriately named the ‘c’upsidedown light’.
The rotation molded bronco stool design is based upon a horse saddle and provides the same ergonomic comfort as the real thing. bronco really has you seated in the best possible position for your back. additionally this attractive stool even offers a space to place a drink.
The Concerto Table, designed by Nicholas Lovegrove and Demian Repucci, is not just a trendy piano-shaped dining table. The docking slot for your iPod will tranform the table into a dining surface and dinner party background music at once. Also, the shallow keyboard drawer along the front side opens to reveal your cutlery sets.
The fully organic sculptured table designed by Holland-based Claudio Cabaca incorporates form and function in 70′s style. The Platform Table is made out of high quality polyester and embedded color for very good impact and abrasive resistance against bumps.
That’s the kind of recycled furniture we like. The 4-Petal table designed by Josh Levi can be used either horizontally or vertically. Horizontally the petal can be used as a stockroom which allows you to store up to 12 bottles of wine.
The Mealbox is a Japanese-style dining table with chairs that can all be packed in a box. It is made of Birch Plywood reinforced with carbonfibre and Neoprene rubber seat-padding. The table doubles as coffee-table. This really stylish table is created by Igland design, a company that combines traditional Scandinavian wood with high-tech materials to create products that are visually strong, yet simple in appearance. Read More…
A low setting glowing cocktail tabletop that is perfect for any home living area, lounge, or wherever you like to entertain. The Light Table is also suitable for displaying photos and other objects of desire. Available with white translucent acrylic top with clear acrylic support ends.
Rashid describes his DJ Kreemy table as ont that is “organic like sound”, “omnidirectional like sound”, and that emphasizes the “volumous” beats that irradiate from the two turntables. It is made of a molded fiberglass body and steel base and includes a dual lighting system of two 25 watt lamps and a concealed power cord.
The Table Flight is designed by the Italian Francesco Passanti, who mainly uses concrete for his creations. It may seem paradoxical, but he managed to make a really light table with concrete, by mixing it with fiberoptic. The result is a work of art that looks like a floating table.