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  1. Out of the woods and into your house: Arhaus live-edge tables

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    There's arguably no custom builder as skilled as Mother Nature, which is why live-edge wood slabs - those with textural, often gnarled natural edges left intact - never seem to fall out of fashion. Once associated with rustic or Western interior design, live-edge furniture now pops up in even the most refined and minimalist of spaces. Some may write it off as trendy, but we think of a beautiful live-edge piece as a worthy investment. Is there anything as timeless ...
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  2. MIT's Flatpack Furniture Assembles Itself In Seconds

    Through a collaboration between MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab and Wood-Skin S.r.l. a revolutionary new type of furniture has been designed. The Programmable Table demonstrates an entirely new category of furniture that actively self-transforms from shipping to full-functionality.

    This prototype, unveiled at the 2015 Fuori Salone del Mobile in Milan in collaboration with BIESSE, demonstrates the ...
  3. Swing Table created by Duffy London

    Putting a little extra fun into dinner time and boardroom meetings, this four poster table uses its structure to suspend a central GEO lampshade and eight hanging chairs that sway playfully.

    This design creates an exceptionally divergent experience and aesthetic, creating a room within a room, with chairs that float around the table, it also makes vacuuming a breeze.

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  4. Bell Table Side Table, Sebastian Herkner 2012

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    Coffee table. Hand-blown glass base in choice of colours. Metal top frame with round tabletop of painted crystal glass. Handcrafted.

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    The “Bell Table” side table by Sebastian Herkner turns our perceptual habits on their head, using the lightweight, fragile material of glass as base for a metal top that seems to float above it. Hand-blown in the traditional manner using a wooden mould, the transparent tinted ...