Archived Articles: furniture | Page 6

Rock n’ Knit: Low-Tech Chair-Powered Hat Factory

Rocking-Knit by students at Switzerland's ECAL university is a rocking chair that knits red beanie caps as you rock, making you part of a low-tech hat factory.

Wallpaper Paint Rollers: Cool & Classic Patterns, DIY Style

Wallpaper difficulties getting you down? These remarkable rollers can put patterns to paper, walls and fabrics, adding substantive decor to more than just mere ...

Home Mathematics: 12 Fractal Furniture & Architecture Designs

Repeating mathematical patterns show up in tables, LED lights, columns and large-scale architecture. Here are 12 examples of fractal-inspired design.

Design Your Own Table with Magnetic Beech Pole System

The 'Multiple' table system by designer Raphael Charles consists of magnetic beech poles that can be arranged in any configuration you like.

What Are Pallets? 19 DIY Creations That Really Stack Up

A surging DIY movement is bringing wooden pallets out of obscurity and into people's homes as popular do it yourself foundations.

Chairs from Nowhere: Secret Table & Seats Hide in Shelves

Four chairs, one table, and they take up almost no space when not in use - yet not folding, flipping, stacking or complex mechanical maneuvers are needed to ...

Minimalist Wood Peg Furniture is Easy to Assemble & Store

Assemble your own custom set of furniture using no tools at all, then take it apart in minutes and hang it on the wall with StudioGorm's Wood Peg set.

A’ Design Award: 10 Worthy Winners from Around the World

From two years and thousands of designers, here are ten worthy works of architecture, interior, furniture and more given A' Design Award.

Flat-Pack Furniture: 3 Modern Designs from Noon Studio

Three designs from Noon Studio prove that simple is beautiful including a flat-pack cantilevered table, an oak and steel stool and an A-shaped leaning lamp.

Wallbots: Robotic Walls Automatically Reconfigure Rooms

Robotic walls use weather data and signals from inhabitants' behavior to reconfigure themselves into new orientations in this futuristic concept by Otto Ng.

Architecture Art Design Global Technology Archives Categories Galleries