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Kai Table

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The Kai Table by Naoki Hirakoso and Takamitsu Kitahara is a lounge table that has abundant drawers and cupboards for storage.
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The Stooler

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The stooler by Andreu Carulla allows you to reuse and recycle almost any object and turn it into a comfortable stool. It consists of four wooden legs with some ratchet buckles that are adjustable to any object or shape.
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Chuck flexible wall shelf

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Chuck by Natascha Harra-Frischkorn is a flexible wall shelf made up of 4mm thick wooden floors and two stainless steel sleeves. The result is a combination of flexibility and stability. The result is an individual, practical piece of storage furniture.
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Coat- and Shoe Rack Zeugwart

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Zeugwart is a minimal, freestanding coat/shoerack. Designed by Alexander Schmied.

–°onvertible Sofa

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The Convertible Sofa by Ukranian designer Julia Kononenko can be transformed into a dining table.

Appunto Table

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Appunto is a stand-up table designed by Laurent Corio. It accompanies everyday use in a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen or entry. It was designed around the image of an object placed against a wall. This is a feature that "falls steeply" to take notes, draw or empty the bag.
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Table Created Entirely Of Dried Out French Bread

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This baguette table created by Polish design firm Studio Gyalik. The table was inspired by the Vienna case study, where food thrown away in the Austrian capital could feed half of the population of Graz. Using nothing but dried out loaves of French bread, the table is supposed to make you feel bad about wasting food. "They cut the loaves to varying lengths, their exposed ends leveled to create the table tops, the longer pieces providing support and stability, functioning as multiple legs, as well as providing some tasty, visual appeal." The creation is art of an exhibition called “‘the food project. the shape of taste’ curated by beppe finessi at the MaRT/ museo di arte moderna e contemporanea di trento e rovereto. The show presents the art of industrial projects and experimental design applied to food. Open to public from february 9 to june 2, 2013.” More pics after more.
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Minimal Float Wall Desk

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Minimal Float Wall Desk in Rift Oak by Dario Antonioni

Homework Table

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The Homework Table by Tomas Kral is an even more functional table, which is surrounded by an aluminum cloth in its three sides, and the "sink" design can be used to store documents and other objects.
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GravitySpace smart floor

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The GravitySpace floor is a kind of pressure-sensing furniture developed by German Hasso Plattner Institute. The set of touch-sensitive furniture and algorithms can identify users, furniture and poses above the ground based on their textures. The floor can be applied in office and home security.
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Flaye table extends by 100cm in seconds

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The Flaye table from the house of TEAM 7 was the winner of the Interior Innovation Award Winner 2013. The table can extends by 100cm in a few seconds due to its non-stop synchronized pullout technology. It is an ideal table to serve your extra guests.
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Paper Desk

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My desk’s surface is made of a giant stack of large paper sheets. Sketch, draw and then start new by simply taking off the top sheet.
"My Desk gives a 100x70cm blank paper that serves literally as base for your work and helps your mind flow. Sketch, draw, take annotations or simply scribble."

Chairigami cardboard furniture

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Different from traditional leather, wooden or metal furnitures, Chairigami is the cardboard furniture for urban nomads.
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Qubis haus Coffee table, Doubles As doll house.

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Qubis Haus a coffee table that easily transforms into a dollhouse with the simple addition of sliding panels made from wood and perspex, enabling the ‘designer’ to create different room layouts. The table can live permanently in the living room, and the children can play with it whenever they want.
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Bottlebench social garden furniture

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The 'bottlebench' a social furniture project by Maarten Pauwelyn. It is made from recyclable polyester. The table and chair combo focuses on comfort and eye contact by distributing equal distances between users.
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