This glass table has been built keeping an Archipelago in mind. It is composed of two stones, half placed over the glass, and the other half below. The design is obviously unique and has been carefully thought of. The Archipelago Table has been designed by Emmet Rock of Eagle Wolf Orca, which claims to be “a transatlantic creative firm, fueled by passion…”
The table you see is called the Swing Table. The reason is pretty simple. It swings, literally. Designed by Duffy London, the table has eight hanging chairs. The GEO lampshade is suspended from the top, balanced by the structure of the table.
The UP Coffee Table has been designed by Christopher Duffy. As you can see the table has been thoughtfully made, giving the impression that the glass on top is actually supported by several balloons. The tables are completely handmade in London and time consuming to build.
Be it your work desk or the dining table, you don’t like to see marks and stains that remind you of accidental spills. How about something that could alert you beforehand so that unexpected messes can be kept minimum. Enter the Clumsy Coasters!
Nature’s fascinating works of art aren’t new to us whether it be colorful or without any hues, symmetrical or asymmetrical, featuring sharp or gentle patterns etc. One of the wonders that inevitably grabs our attention are the shell structures of different sea creatures.
Toy trains have always been a craze for both youngsters and the young at heart. Laying out the tracks, joining them, posting different signals, attaching the engine with the coaches are some of the exciting things involved before everything is set to go. Well, here’s something similar you would definitely like to take a look at.
HP has just launched the TouchPad, the company’s answer to Apple’s iPad. The device features a 9.7-inch screen with 1024×768 pixels, identical to that of the iPad. However, notable differences include a 1.3 megapixel webcam that supports video calling and a complete support for Adobe Flash. The TouchPad is powered by a 1.2GHz dual core Snapdragon processor and runs on webOS 3.0.
We cover furniture designs quite often. Here’s one more unique design of a table, made completely of rubber. Yes, that’s right. It is the Rubber Table that can be used on any surface. It is also more stable than you might think. Designed by Thomas Schnur.
This coffee table has been created by designer Jonathan Niemuth. A combination of glass and a number of pipe wrienches, all carefully put together. “Inspired through working in construction, I designed the pipe wrench coffee table in my head and was finally able to build it.”