By Almira Arce. coffe table. Published at Monday, February 12th, 2018 - 07:47:40 AM.
Here is a short project description from the developers: “QUBIS HAUS is a coffee table that transforms into a doll’s house with the simple addition of sliding panels made from wood and perspex, enabling the ‘designer’ to create different room layouts.The table is made in solid birch ply wood and has clean modern lines making it a beautiful piece of living room furniture as well as a center for children to play“. Be sure to have a look at the video to see how the doll house can be customized!
s it a coffee table? Or is it a coffee table…within a coffee table…within a coffee table? Inspired by the brain-boggling cityscapes in the movie Inception, this gorgeous piece is constructed of bent wood, steel and 3D-printed miniatures painstakingly rendered to look like real buildings.
These high-end coffee tables balance the practical and the refined. Created by Bo Concept, these designs are highly functional, offering storage space for books, magazines, CDs, the remote control, a small jewelry box and so on. In fact there are no limitations when it comes to the nature of the stored items, as long as the table can be packed up and made compact by coffee time. Its striking elegant appearance makes it suited for a large variety of modern interiors. Office and conference rooms are also a right environment for this product, where its flexibility might prove to be very useful. The coffee table is available in walnut veneer, dusty gray glass and chrome for prices starting from $1,395. Do you think the price fairly mirrors the features of this furniture item?
By placing a transparent glass tabletop above the polished aluminum wheel, the manufacturers achieved a high level of transparency. This way, the main element of the project becomes perfectly visible- and analyzable- from every standpoint. Unfortunately, we do not know much information regarding the designer of this Boeing 777 Wheel Coffee Table, but we did find out it was produced in the United Kingdom by a guy named Harry. Enjoy the photos and be sure to also have a look at the Cylinder Radial Engine Table, built using an old plane engine and presented on Freshome a while back!
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