The ‘floppytable’ reminds us of a time when we once used diskettes for keeping digital file, except now as a life-size piece of furniture for storing material things. the hot-rolled steel table by axel van exel and marian neulant features a ‘metal shutter’ typical of floppy disks which can be slid across the length of the table revealing a storage area. each hand-made unit is lasered with a serial number as a mark of authenticity.
This needs to be made with an actual hard drive in it
(Source: s-stevens, via andvake)
This pendant lamp based on a flower by Russian designer Constantin Bolimond would open and illuminate when it senses low light.