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    Elevate, a  portable standing workstation from New Zealand. Elevate comes flat packed and assembles in seconds with no tools required. There is no need for a bulky standing desk, simply assemble and dissemble or move aside to return to a sitting position.
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    The Couchlet is a $16 USB hub that adds two outlets to the cracks of a sofa (power not included).    The trick is in its slim design that slides between cushions, and the fold out foot that keeps it in place. It comes with a 6 foot cord to power it up. So yeah, a $16 USB hub that sits in the crack of your sofa.  Shipping is estimated around December of this year, hopefully in time for the Holidays.
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    The Labyrinth Table is a-maze-ing. It is a wooden coffee table created by artist and furniture maker Benjamin Nordsmark that features an elaborate labyrinth under the glass table top. The labyrinth actually has little figures inside of it that can be moved using the magnetic knobs underneath the table.
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    Falling Monoliths Table  looks like It's Supported by Falling Dominos,  called the Megalith Table is a glass table that rests upon a single moment in time. Designed by  Chris Duffy.
    "This monolithic design takes its inspiration from The Sentinel, a book by Arthur C. Clarke that went on to be made into the film 2001: A Space Odyssey, directed by Stanley Kubrick."
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    This Intricate Table Collapses Into a Tiny Cube, made by Izzy Swan.
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    This is a set of cardboard pop up furniture created by artists Liddy Scheffknecht and Armin B. Wagner. It's made of a giant piece of cardboard measuring 94 x 275 x 200 cm. Cool
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    Wall Desk by Nordic Appeal. You can hang the desk on the wall. When used on a tabletop it will raise the MacBook and together with a keyboard and mouse you have the little workspace.
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    Ram & Row transformed a stylish piece of living room furniture  into a rowing machine.(Watch the video!) Designed by Patrick Saint-Martin. When you’re done exercising, you can fold it into your desired furniture piece such as console, side table or storage box. It is definitely elegant furniture that can be easily moved and converted into various forms in few seconds.
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    Phillip Grass, a Danish furniture brand, developed the Companion Stool series. They come in two poses: sitting and standing.
    The base is made of powder-coated steel tubes that are available in four different colors: black, white, yellow, and blue. the clear-coated seat is available in oak, beech and sipo mahogany. part of the surface is painted white and the black eye is turned of solid wood.
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    This is a Viking longboat inspired conference table. That's really all the information I have except those chairs look uncomfortable.
    [Updated: Designed by Wildetect ]
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    IKEA's new  BEKANT sit/stand desk.  It raises and lowers with the touch of one button, depending on whether you'd rather sit or stand.
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    By Cao Hui, “Visual Temperature — Sofa,” 2008.
    Mixed Materials: Resin, Fiber, etc. 98x106x108 cm.
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    Designed by design studio Goula Figuera. It is a clever couch design called Orwell. It's a couch for sitting, a bed for napping, and a pillow fort for . . . well, pillow forts are self-evidently useful.
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    This finely crafted piece of furniture has a secret.  Swing out a leg, adjust an arm, and voilà! Leaves unfold to reveal multiple configurations: a felt surface for card games, a game board for chess or checkers, a desk with a leather writing surface and book rest. Tug at a hidden latch, and a spring-driven backgammon board pops up.
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    Verner Panton’s Living Tower is a cool sofa. It features an organically shaped sculptural piece that can accommodate up to 3 to 4 people in comfort. Designed by  Verner Panton, 1968. Panton died in 1998, and originally produced this piece in 1969. But it’s being brought back by Vitra. It is $16,125.

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    MotoArt transforms airplane parts into furniture, built this glorious conference table based on an engine scavenged from a Boeing 747 Jumbo Jet.
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    Like the brilliantly simple system behind The Floyd Leg. Ideal for people that move often.
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    Hilla Shamia, an Israel based industrial designer, has created "a novel way to meld poured aluminum with irregularly shaped wood pieces to create sleek tables and benches.  The process preserves that natural form of the tree trunk while still allowing the molten aluminum to flow into the crevices of the wood, slightly burning the area where the two materials meet." Rather than simply joining the two materials with nuts and bolts the aluminum is poured directly into the wood, which is then cast into the body of the pieces.
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    Beetle Cabinet by  Latvian designer Janis Straupe. It looks like a giant beetle.
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