Artist Hilla Shamia creates her cast aluminum and wood furnishings through a process that involves pouring molten aluminum directly onto the wood, letting it burn and seep deep into the woodgrain, creating a fresh look that blends the natural and the industrial.
If the “vintage industrial” vibe is your thing this vault-themed steel desk will be a heavy addition to your space. Nearly 6-feet long, the desk features sheet steel construction with latching doors and heavy-duty metal wheels.
Sometimes a little says a lot. Like with this minimalist steel-framed, wood-top table. It is offered in 3 sizes with an assortment of wood choices and frame colors. Simple and clean.
There’s no coping, no channel, and it doesn’t come with finger-boards but the halfpipe desk was inspired by skateboard ramps. A minimalist worktop design with elegantly curved edges, it features a riser shelf for your monitor & another shelf underneath for storage or a printer. Available in 3 styles: oak, birch, & walnut. via
The wall-mount design of this desk saves space and mounts flush to walls of all types. It’s made of solid English Walnut with a natural oil finish & features a spacious 58’ X 20” worktop and convenient cubby drawers in the front.
The Float Tables from RPR are made of a matrix of pseudo-magnetized wooden cubes that flex when pressure is applied then dynamically return to their original shape. Available in various types of walnut and other hardwoods.
Simple and yet sorta genius, Floyd Table Legs allow you to turn almost any flat surface into a table. You pick the wood, the old door, the reclaimed slab, whatever, and simply clamp on 4 of Floyd’s powder-coated metal legs and you’ve got a piece of custom furniture you created yourself. Made in Detroit.
This surfboard-inspired table and bench come to us by way of the old wave-hounds at Duffy London. They’ve created this custom set using woodworking techniques borrowed from classic surfboard construction and used only woods from FSC-managed forests.
Surfer and furniture designer Lawrence O’Toole makes these tables using surfboards that he finds at the dump near his home in Kauai. He rips the old boards apart, reshapes, colors, and re-glasses them; transforming the would-be landfill junk into sleek, stylish tables that will look great in your home or out by the pool. via
These tables telescope using whisper-quiet electronic motors so you can adjust them from a sit-down desk to a stand-up one in seconds. The design also allows for quick conversion into other configurations, like a conference table or double workstation.