"Linger a Little Longer" Thermochromatic Table by Jay Watson - Australian designer Jay Watson designed this head turning table. It has a thermochromatic finish that responds to the heat of your body and heat released by other objects that it comes into contact with like say a plate or a coffee mug. It leaves a lasting impression, that only fades when the surface returns back to room temperature.
Concepts in wardrobe design. Storage ideas, hardware for wardrobes, sliding wardrobe doors, modern wardrobes, traditional armoires and walk-in wardrobes. Closet design and dressing room ideas.
A Table that Holds Accessories in the Center
Table or Desk that holds cords or storage accessories
Stool by Dmitry Kutlayev, via Behance has six peaces off wood all slotted together, well maybe the legs are joint by dowels or it could be a lap joint or a miter with wood spline, or just slots in general.
Actually a really nice idea. Kind of feels like it's tying back into ideas proposed in Neoclassicism.