The World’s First 3D-Printed Conference Table

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Does your company’s conference room need a little inspiration? This far-out office furniture is designed to sex up your workspace. It’s entirely 3D-printed which results in smooth transitions and curves throughout. With its three-dimensional voronoi pattern, it sports an organic, liquid-like shape that’s sure to be a conversation starter and something to get your team’s wheels turning.

Designer: Roadmedia

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A Modular Conference Table for the Modern Workplace!

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A conference table can say a lot about the office, meeting room or studio that it is placed within, and for that reason it must be selected carefully… however, DITO may have just made that decision slightly easier!

DITO is a modern conference table that has the user’s and workplace’s needs firmly in mind; understanding that each establishment requires different uses from the table, the table top can be configured to cater to their needs. The center split not only adds to the strikingly simplistic design style, but also allows for cables to pass through the mesh that lies beneath it… after all, there are often more communication devices than people around the table nowadays!

Contrasting against the white expanse of the product is a central tray and power brick, both elevating the usability of the table to allow for it to meet the demanding needs of a modern-day workplace!

Designer: Gerhardt Kellermann for Gumpo

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A Table That Gives Sculptures A Run for Their Money!

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We think that the Pinji table is closer to being an item of fine art than a side table, and would be even more suited in a gallery than it is within the home… and that’s why we love it! The off-centered base provides the design with a wonderful sense of unbalance, creating an aspect of suspense that makes the design an attention-stealer! And we know what you’re thinking, ‘That it just makes it easier to knock over’, right? Wrong. That has been considered and the center of gravity has been moved to the bottom of the base!

I think we’d all be lying if we hadn’t at some point almost knocked a vase off a side table… well with Pinji, this is no longer possible; the base appears to intersect the top surface, providing a place for flowers to be positioned and our eyes to be drawn towards!

Designer: Tony Lee

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A Stool For Sitting and Sweating

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Don’t feel bad about having gym phobia, get your hands on the Fitness Stool! The concept explores what happens when exercise equipment meets furniture design.

Usable as an ordinary stool or stepladder, the design is equipped with a scale and an inner compartment for organizing small free weights, power bands, or sandbags used during routine exercises. With integrated handles and durable material finish, users can squat, plank, step and sweat in the comfort of their own home.

Designer: G. Sun Kim

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A Little Better Laundry Basket

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The JUSTlook laundry basket goes beyond the simple task of keeping your dirty clothes confined. It also features a scale that makes it easy to determine just how much detergent you need for each unique load. As handsome as it is handy, the wood scale section also doubles as a stool or side table when it’s not being used to measure the weight of the basket. Of course, nobody wants to keep dirty clothes by their bedsides… but it’s easy enough to make a pit stop on your way to the laundry room!

Designer: AB Rh+ YANG

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Rethinking the Coat Rack

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It might seem a bit silly at first glance, but once you’re aware of its functionality, the Brush coat rack makes perfect, simple sense. Crafted from raw wood and boar’s hair, the design works much in the same way as a traditional coat rack or clothes hanger you’d see in any entryway. What sets it apart, however, is the removable “branches” with a brush features that can be used to clean and dust clothes. They’ll gently remove water, snow, leaves, and other debris so you’re favorite jackets and coats dry faster and are ready to wear.

Designer: Lu Yu

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Gather Round the Urban “Campfire”

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Inspired by the campfire, this thoughtfully designed furniture piece aims to bring loved ones together in the living room. Dubbed Ignis (Latin for campfire), this coffee table features a built-in radiator in a circular shape.

In colder months, it becomes a gathering place for friends and family who can warm up just as they would around a fire. Set low to the ground, it aims to recreate this age-old experience in the safety of the urban apartment or home. In the summer months, the ceramic coating stays cool to the touch, making it appropriate for year-round use.

Designer: Daniel Davda

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Minimal Tables that Curve like Paper

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This series of stunning tables are the creation of designer, Max Voytenko, and we just had to talk about them! Inspired by the bending of sheet of paper, the tops of FOLD TABLES drop away in a smooth and linear fashion to seamlessly create shelves and cubbyholes!

The fluidity of the form and the elegant curves of the 3mm, painted steel sheet is held within the contrastingly solid construction of the frame of the table, creating a visually engaging juxtaposition within the design. Displayed in two, equally toned-down colors, it’s fair to say that the design must do the talking… and it most certainly does! There is just something so beautiful about the flowing, uniform curves that provide a depth to the table, that we can’t get enough of!

Designer: Max Voytenko

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Furniture for Furballs

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The latest in a trend of feline-inspired furnishings, the “THEN” side table set doubles as a cozy place your cat will love. Designed like a mini maze, it provides a place to play and rest while also acting as a surface to keep next to a sofa or even your bedside. A built-in opening at the top allows cats to perch up and keep an eye on things or interact with their owner who’s lounging nearby. It’s also great for small spaces that don’t have the real estate for a large cat dome.

Designer: RuiQiong Huang for MoFFan

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The Cushion Tamer

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In just a couple of simple steps, SHO transforms from sofa to sofabed in seconds by taking control of the cushion! The design utilizes a unique metal frame that snaps together to hold a twin-size latex mattress in an upright position that’s perfect for sitting and reading. Simply undo the clasp and unfold the mattress to create a proper lounger where you can extend the legs and relax while enjoying the back support. With its small footprint, its perfect for the micro-est of micro-living spaces!

The SHO is a winner of the 2018 Red Dot Design Concept Award.

Designer: Pan Biwei

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