by , 06/08/05


I spotted this puzzle table, by Douglas Homer at ICFF. (Yes, I’ve had a really hard time catching up with all the cool stuff I saw at ICFF ). I love this interactive table, which is based on a children’s puzzle. Not only does the puzzle table feature a cool 60’s style op-art aesthetic, but the Rubik’s cube-esque sliding tiles offer endless configurations, and what looks like hours of entertainment. Need a room refresh? Bored at home? Reconfigure your puzzle table! Also, there is storage space concealed beneath the sliding tiles, so in addition to being fun and pretty, this table is also quite practical.

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