From Infinity To Beyond

September 26th, 2007

manolo.jpgby Manolo is gonna have fun.

A coffee table that, while carrying out its regular function, allows one to jump up on top to do exercises or simply to have fun while eliminating daily stress. Objects are pushed to one side, and one jumps around as though on tampoline.

found at pixelsumo

WIS design

June 25th, 2007

WIS design

WIS design is a small, 2 Swedish girls, design studio with a fine portfolio! I guess they like white too.

Pizzo Carrara

April 18th, 2007

Pizzo Carrara

This coffee table (?) called “Pizzo Carrara” by Marcel Wanders is part of his “Personal Editions” collection. It’s a solid piece of Carrara marble with a sand blasted pattern. You can see the preview of his Salone del Mobile exhibit here.


March 22nd, 2007


These Rocks aren’t paperweights but coffee tables by Arik Levy. Apparently he’s quite good at designing coffee tables, I also liked his Folded one.

Sofa Set

March 19th, 2007

Sofa Set

The only piece of furniture you will ever need in your living room: the Sofa Set by Ditte Hammerstrøm.


March 5th, 2007

CEO, a desk for a ceo who remembers who he used to be … a little boy playing with his LEGO bricks. Design by Staffan Holm & Johannes Tjernberg.



February 15th, 2007

Did you ever wonder how designers and architects come up with those crazy shapes? Well, here is the answer: they script them! Yeah it’s just some math and formulas fed to 3D software like Rhinoceros. So now you know why you pay that much …
Ok, that’s a little exaggerated, but still.

This coffee table called “Polytop” by Marc Fornes is a perfect example. Every table is unique, which is easily accomplished with scripting and modern production techniques like CNC.


Fat Leg Cable Table

November 17th, 2006

fatleg.jpgI think this picture explains it all. by Richard Shed

Campo d`oro

November 14th, 2006


Campo d`oro is my new favorite table! It’s slick, simple, white, multi functional, inventive, … I want it now.

Moritz Waldemeyer

November 13th, 2006

Moritz Waldemeyer is some sort of artist-technologist-… his works are just amazing. Here some of my favorites:


This Pong Table has 2500 integrated LED’s and 2 touch pads to recreate the classic Pong game. When switched off it’s just a table. The Roulette Table is similar but works together with the lamp.


He also helped out Ron Arad with his ‘Miss Haze’ for Swarovski.


Last but not least, he added the electronics to the 6 transforming dresses in Hussein Chalayan’s spring/summer 2007 collection.