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Always wanted a fish tank but don’t want to have to go through the hassles of cleaning it? You’ll probably love this concept design from ClarkeHopkinsClarke Architects, which combines a specially designed carpet with a specially designed coffee table to give the impression that the fish are swimming as you move around the table.
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Aside from the need for a perfectly positioned wall outlet, there is a lot to like about designer Sung-Pil Hwang’s Plug-In table. It serves as a bookshelf, lamp and gadget charger all-in-one.
If you are all about the ethical treatment of animals, avert your eyes. This high-tech mousetrap coffee table concept is nasty—real nasty.
I know you like your iPhone. That’s great. But really, if you build a coffee table that looks like an iPhone, complete with icon coasters, you’ve gone too far.
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