If you like to read and are short on space, this combination bookcase/chair is perfect. You can upgrade your favorite reading spot to hold onto your books too. Maybe you aren’t living in a small space, but just admire the design.
I’ve already seen several coffee tables that look like a giant NES controller, but this is the first time I’ve seen one modeled after an SNES controller. Perhaps it’s that the Super Nintendo’s controller isn’t as iconic, but it still makes for a pretty awesome conversation piece.
Like many of us, the folks at the new game development studio Robotoki love Pacific Rim. Unlike many of us, they had the funds to go big with their geekiness. Robotoki worked with Tom Spina Designs to make a conference table with a 12ft.
Concept restaurants aren’t anything new, with the more notable ones being the Modern Toilet Restaurant and the Hospitalis hospital-themed diner. However, Carton King brings something entirely new to the table: cardboard.
Back in 2010 Nick Homer and his college buddy Stewart Clyde made headlines because of their silly invention: a remote-controlled motorized couch. Now Nick is working on a comprehensive guide for couch potatoes who have a very slight need for speed.
Swedish artist Love Hultén continues to marry classic furniture with computers. One of his latest projects is Tempel, a modern workstation inspired by 19th century writing desks. It combines a workbench, a large drawer and a computer in one elegant piece of wooden furniture.
We’ve featured a couple of PC casemods that incorporated a computer’s hardware into a desk. If Lian-Li pushes through with its prototype, you won’t need to be a modder to have a desk and PC case in one.
It’s not the world’s largest 3D printer, but the BigRep One still dwarfs most of the consumer 3D printers available today. With a build volume of 1.3 cubic meters, it’s big enough to print furniture in one piece.
Cats are great, but their scratching posts and furniture take up a lot of room. One solution is to put all of this furniture on the upper walls and ceilings. You’re not using those spaces and your cat will appreciate it.
This skull armchair is the perfect throne. Especially if you like to cosplay as Skeletor and lounge around acting all evil. It’s best to face away from any captives that are going to be entering the room.
Any cat owner knows just how much cats love human laps. Now you can switch things up and sit on their lap for a change with this massive cat couch. This huge feline comes from Unfold, a design studio in Antwerp, Belgium and it is a cat lovers dream come true.
Disney’s miraculous touch-sensitive technology isn’t available yet, but Tinkering Techie found a way to discreetly incorporate current tech to his furniture. He made a wooden nightstand and installed three capacitive touch strips underneath its overhanging edges.
Looking for a place to hang out and chill? Look no further than the Everything Chair. This comfy, inflatable easy chair has everything you need to maintain your state of slothfulness, and is the perfect gift idea for the lazy man who has everything.
I don’t know about you, but when I was a kid, I used to imagine that my wardrobe led into a secret and magical world, just like in the Narnia books. Of course, no matter how often I opened it, I only found clothes and disappointment, but it was still fun.
Despite what it says on its front, this really is the chair that I am looking for. When you spend all day piloting an X-Wing fighter, you get used to having an Astromech droid at your back, so those off-duty hours can feel a bit lonely.