Milan-based designer James Irvine has designed an I-beam shaped stool for Italian design brand Discipline. Created using larch wood and oak, the design uses no glue or screws. Instead sections are slotted together using a system of tenons and wedges.
"Sansa stool" by Koizumi Makoto. It looks very simple stool combined three legs. However, this stool has very complicated twist at the joint point which cannot be drawn on a plan, so that the shape is comfortable to sit on.
If you are one of those coffee/tea addicts who need a cup of joe before leaving the bed or starting the day at work, you’d surely like to have a look at the “Coffee-Light.” Featuring a compact size, the inverted coffee cup lights are made of.