Category Archives: geek furniture
Made up of raw wood particles, thk. 18mm, handwood fir and faesite. The seat is a shape retaining expanded polyurethane, density 32 kg/m and completely covered by protective fabric and polyster fiber. The cover is covered with TENSION elesticized fabric, stain resistant tratment, oil-hydrorepellent protection and completely removable lining.
Also a great piece for a modern gamer home the Space Invader Couch is the work of designer Igor Chak. An instant conversation starter, this unique retro gaming inspired couch will be the highlight of any room. It features and all fine leather pixelated retro design, a low profile, and memory foam cushions. This is a limited production and will only be available for a short time.
#7 Donkey Kong Wall
Also check out Igor Chak’s Donkey Kong Wall I don’t know why but I really want this. I’ll also have to buy a really big TV cause either the one in the photo is small, or being sandwiched between the shelves is making it look small.
#8 Rubik’s Cube Coffee Table
The Rubik’s Cube Coffee Table is inspired by the classic toy we all grew up with…and still have today! Makes a great end table, or put two together as a coffee table. 16″ W x 16″ D x 16″ H
#9 Keyboard Bench
Designer Nolan Herbut created this piece of art by actually recycling and mounting around 2000 keys on a baltic birch wood bench thus doing our butts and our environment a huge favor, first by reducing the high amount of E-Waste we generate and secondly by giving our bum a nice and cozy place to rest upon. This is one of those “art pieces” they look cool in your house but are not practical, very uncomfortable to sit on.
#10 NES Controller Coffee Table
If your old enough to remember the NES system then you’ll love this coffee table. Not only does this coffee table look like a giant NES controller, it’s actually fully functional! Constructed by Kyle Downes of Ultra Awesome, the table also offers ample storage for all of his other gaming systems. For those who already have a PC of their own to stick inside, the table is a available gutted of its computer components but still packing all of the joysticks and handy ports. More info at Gizmodo.com