Wood Coffee Table Levitates via Magnet

RocketPaperRobot is an engineering boutique specializing in the innovation and fabrication of high-end kinetic furniture, lighting, and installations. They have combined some interesting design with a good bit of physics to turn the humble table into something far more unique, in the form of the Float Table. And science meets luxury in this levitating coffee table composed of hovering blocks that seem to magically shift back into formation when applied pressure is removed. The table works through a system of magnets and tensile steel cables. The polarity of the magnets keeps the individual cubes apart from each other, and the cables keep everything in place. This means that a user can push on the table and it will flex, then once the pressure is released it will return back to its original shape.

“Keramos” Cabinets by Coprodotto

The following cabinets called “Keramos” were created by Adriano Design and La Castellamonte (Coprodotto). They are made from glazed ceramic and wood and look fabulous. “Keramos is the first Coprodotto born from the cooperation between Adriano Design and La Castellamonte. La Castellamonte is an excellency in the stoves and ceramic production, keeper and innovatory of an ancient tradition of Castellamonte, dating back to 13th century.

“Wood Casting” Furniture by Hilla Shamia

Today we will show you interesting furniture that combines cast aluminum and wood. Called “Wood Casting” is was created by Tel Aviv based product designer Hilla Shamia. “The negative factor of burnt wood is transformed into aesthetic and emotional value. Preservation of the natural form of the tree trunk within the explicit boundaries. The general,squared form intensifies the artificial feeling, and in the same time keeps the memory of the material.” Hope you will like it!

“PlasticNature” Furniture Collection by Pelidesign

What kind of furniture do you prefer: wooden or plastic? If you can’t decide then pay attention to the following amazing furniture project “PlasticNature” created by craftsmen of Pelidesign. It shows that it’s possible to fuse wood and injection-molded plastic to create beautiful furniture. The craftsmen at Pelidesign believe that the two worlds “belong together – they are both utilitarian”. These furniture objects only appear solid – they’re actually clung together plastic and wooden pieces, by the means of a join similar to dovetail. PlasticNature doesn’t just prove the structure is sound, it also shows the aesthetic harmony between the two materials. Take a look!

Nature Inspired Wooden Furniture

This wooden furniture was designed to bring "landscape qualities into the interior". Designed by Netherlands-based designer Janina Loeve this wooden furniture set "Tettonica" consists of minimalist stool and table. Made of plywood Okoume, this lightweight pieces are constructed by a series of layers rings pile up together, simulating the shape of a canyon or mountain. Both hollow pieces, the table has a transparent glass on top that gives the impression of a more ample space, and the stool has a removable cushion to cover the hole.

Sculptural Wooden Furniture by Joseph Walsh

Talanted self-taught Irish designer Joseph Walsh combines art and craftsmanship while creating these beautiful furniture collections. The form of each shape is dictated by the existing qualities found in the wood. From tables to beds and chairs Joseph Walsh sculpts his creations so as to make the wood “dance” and flow. "I believe we can enhance the quality of our lives by surrounding ourselves with objects that possess values beyond their function or aesthetic, that possess intelligence in their creation, that one can interact with and that will stimulate senses each and every time one engages with them."