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Fletcher Automated Capstan Table

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Fletcher Automated Capstan Table by DB Fletcher Designs. The DB Fletcher’s Captan Table was inspired by Robert Jupe’s 1835 patented design. Because only a handful of Capstan Tables are made every year, the price of a handcrafted bespoke Capstan Table can range between $25,000 and $50,000.

Hidden Bed

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This is the Hidden Bed. Completely Hidden. Located in Sydney, Australia, the Potts Point Apartment was all about a redesign to accommodate a couple and their child. Designed by Anthony Gill Architects.

Self-Making Bed by OHEA

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This innovative smart bed by OHEA, a spanish furniture maker is an automated bed that straightens itself in under a minute.

Fiore Sofa Set

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Fiore Sofa Set by B-alance. Look like a flower.
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The Mixtape Table

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Hand crafted by Jeff Skierka, the Mixtape table is a 12:1 scale replica of the real thing. The original prototype pictured here has been in the works for over five years and is made from reclaimed maple and walnut wood with a plexiglass top.
47.25" x 30" x 5" with a 3/8" plexi top. Cool design.
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Mama by Paratoner

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This rocking chair is called Mama. By Turkish studio Paratoner.
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Boxetti - Bedroom in a Box

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Boxetti's concealed, fold-down wall bed concept. Cool
"Boxetti Private contains the set of basic bedroom functions –a double bed, night stand and a wardrobe. The foldaway bed platform is automatically lifted by a remote control, together with a built-in night stand. The unit is equipped with a spotlight and an ambience lighting fixture above the headboard. The integrated wardrobe consists of six sections including shelves, drawers and a clothes rail. "
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The Paperpedic Bed

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The Paperpedic Bed by Karton.
"The Paperpedic Bed can morph from a cute single to a mega king-sized affair in minutes. With a load capacity of close to a ton, this paper bed sleeps 1-10 comfortably."

Hippopotamus Table

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[ Update: ]  This hippo table by artist Mark Stoddart. [ Thanks, Makke]
It seems to be limited edition from 2002, and it's now sold out
1. http://www.sculptart.co.uk/bronze18.html
2. http://www.sculptart.co.uk/bronze.html

Working Nintendo NES controller coffee table

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It actually works. By Charles Lushear's etsy.
"Nintendo NES controller coffee table. Made from maple, mahogany and walnut with dovetail joinery and mid century modern legs.
This table fully functions as a Nintendo NES controller and can be used to play games with the glass removed. The cord is retractable from underneath. "

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Sound Sofa

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The Sound Sofa looks like a regular sectional sofa, but it hides a built-in audio system with two speakers and a subwoofer.
"It has a built-in iPod/iPhone dock, usb port, SD card slot, bluetooth connectivity and boasts 2.1 stereo sound. Bluetooth connectivity means it´s perfect for gamers and iPod/iPhone dock means you can not only listen, you can charge your device while sitting comfortably in your living room. "
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Birdsnest bed

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Birdsnest bed by O*GE. Cool idea.
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Porter Tray Table

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From the website:
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A side table that is perfect for small spaces, the Porter Tray Table has a C-shaped supporting frame that allows it to be tucked over the edge of a sofa, chair, or bed.
The table top is a removable red plastic tray, and the handle makes it easy to move the table wherever it's needed.
Wipe with a damp cloth.
Design by Jens Pohlmann, Thilo Schwer, and Sybille Fleckenstein
$95.
Price: $95   |   BUY

Kai table

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Kai table by Naoki Hirakoso & Takamitsu Kitahara

Hans J. Wegner

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"Hans J. Wegner designed this desk for Andreas Tuck in 1955. PP Møbler took over production in 1972. The desk is a piece of classic Danish craftsmanship - simple, functional and modest." I love this desk.
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