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House Of Cards Table by Mauricio Arruda

By • Jan 17, 2011

The House of Cards table by Brazilian designer-architect Mauricio Arruda is an inventive one of a kind table-piece that shows us how to build a perfectly sturdy table using the appropriate house of cards structure.

This table, despite its fragile look, is designed to support up to 250 kilograms or 500 lbs.

By laser cutting 4mm deep steel plates and producing cards in a scale of 13:1, the table is literally put together like a house of cards.

The steels cards are weld one to one, allowing each owner to fully customize its configuration.

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Trick by Sakura Adachi: a Nice Space Saving Design

By • Jan 14, 2011

Trick is a pair of chairs, a table and a bookcase all together.

Designed by Sakura Adachi for Italian manufacturer Campeggi, Trick is a bookcase which transforms into a console table with two chairs.

When both sides of the bookcase are moved from the original positions, they function as chairs, while the center part works as a table.

The console can be used for dining as well as for writing, reading and working on your computer.

Here is a nice space saving solution for a small apartment!

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The Pogo Collection by Joel Escalona

By • Jan 12, 2011

The Pogo Collection design by Mexican designer Joel Escalona features Mini Pogo, a modernized version of the Piggy Bank, a kids stool and a kids table.

Teaching children about saving money is important, and with mini Pogo, kids can save money.

Once they get older and they have enough cash, they can buy a bigger piece, either the stool or the table.

Of course, if they are very savvy, they will buy both!

Each piece is made of fiber glass and comes lacquered in a large variety of shiny colors.

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