This Untitled series of miniature lightbulb trio are created by Brooklyn-based sculptor Stephen Shaheen. The trio of sculptures are struggling to connect themselves to power to illuminate their recycled bulb heads.
The Paq Chair($160-187) designed by Géza Csire. You can easily turn it into a bed when it’s not being used as a chair.(Watch the video) It made of a mattress, a changeable cover, and a cylindrical drum that not only forms the base of the chair, when using paq as a bed, the drum can be used as a bedside table.
Tambour Table by Michael Bambino. "The tabletop can be gently pushed away to reveal power, usb connections, and compartments that allow the user to store items or quickly clear the table surface. The tambour of the tabletop allows the table to be placed against a wall. To plug into an outlet or usb the user opens the table, plugs in, and closes the table to find that the wire has been maneuvered into the cutout in the tabletop, keeping all wire clutter protected and out of sight."
The Optical Tree is designed by UK designer Lisa Pettibone, who employs the playful optical effects of light bending in an eye-catching system of hand-blown glass spheres, prisms and mirrors in the form of a tubular steel tree.
At the first sight, most of us may doubt the safety of the chair. Well, the Curt deck chair, which is designed by Bernhard Burkard, is quite safe to sit on. The chair is made up of a fabric seat slung between two legs with anti-slip feet. It is quite like a ladder when it leans against the wall.
Glass Tank by Kouichi Okamoto. "The device consists of a bulb shaped container with the glass below. When the amount in the glass decreases, a constant amount is poured from the tank into the glass. The wine will never overflow because of the balance between air pressure and water pressure." It is $419!!
Sunflower Chair designed by He Mu and Zhang Qian from Shanghai University of Engineering Science. It is a sunflower-shaped chair that includes a round integrated bookcase. Sunflower Chair has won “Redtory Design Award” for the 5th “Design for Sitting” Grand Prix.
9.5° Chair by B. Fex. "The chair is tilted at 9,5 degrees. By tilting the chair and then elevating one end of the seat back to a straight angle, a triangle was created. This actually made the construction stronger and reduced the need for a stabilising cross rod."
Bye Bye Wind Table designed by Marco and Paola Oliva Marotto. Perfect for oudoor dining, with recessed nooks for plates and cups that offer protection from the wind. "BYE BYE WIND solves one of the main problem during a dining: the action of wind. This set of table and chairs permits to use also paper or plastic plates/glasses without that they fly in presence of wind through simple grooves in the table that block paper or plastic plates/glasses when they are empty.In the centre of table there is a hidden crushing bottles."
This Octolabra is a cool candelabra shaped like an octopus. It has eight fabulous tentacles, but four of which hold candles. It is $785!! "The fabulous styling reminds us of 19th century New England whaling tales featuring these feared "creatures" from the deep. "
These Compact Kitchens from French company Kitchoo, these wooden mini-kitchens look like a stylish piece of furniture. They start at around $4,700, and they hide fridges, sinks, cooking spaces, a telescopic mixer tap, dishwasher, microwave oven, recycling bin and and more into a little telescoping module... Once you finish all the kitchen chores it folds and closes hiding away all the dishes, produce and sinks and appears as a sleek modern furniture piece like a cabinet or a cupboard. Perfect solution for small-spaced kitchens and even offices.