This USS Enterprise Coffee Table by etsy seller BarryShields. "This Star Trek table is made from ash, poplar and cherry wood. It took me a month to build it and 2 tries to cut the 1/4" glass the way I wanted but it turned out nicely."
Rockidis a rocking chair and cradle in one. While softly swinging the rocking chair and reading a book or singing a lullaby, the baby falls asleep. When the baby outgrows the cradle, it is possible to reconstruct the rockid into a rocking chair.
Created by Uruguayan designer Claudio Sibille, the Ludovico chest is made from eucalyptus wood, remove the table and pull out the chairs, suddenly you have a complete set of furniture that can disappear again at a moment's notice.
Space-Saving Furniture "Matryoshkarim" designed by New York designer Karim Rashid. Using the same principle the shapes of furniture are put into one another. All the pieces are made of laminated veneer lumber called Kerto wood, which is made from Finnish.
The oddly named Very(Tables), from French company Chevillotte, using a hand cranking system or the optional electric system that raises the table’s playing surface until it’s flush with the table’s edge, to transform the Pool table into a normal everyday table. The table top is composed of three reversible ultra-thin parts which can be put away in a hidden drawer under the table.
Handmade with polished aluminum wrapped around hardwood and distressed for that unique vintage aircraft look. "Inspired by the gleaming nose cones and fuselages of mid-20th-century aircraft, this trunk is clad in a patchwork of polished aluminum panels accented with exposed steel screws. Rounded corners and inset drawer pulls give it sleek, aerodynamic lines." $995
Push and store cabinet designed by Chung-Tang Ho/ Tong. "Chung-Tang Ho created a cabinet that changes shape during use, a solid volume that opens up when objects are stored within it. The cabinet is in fact a sculpture in the round you and your objects can participate in."