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Mashable teamed up with HBO’s Silicon Valley to present its Mashable House at the Austin festival. Visitors to the venue were able to nap or... Photo: Nadia Chaudhury/BizBash

Mashable teamed up with HBO’s Silicon Valley to present its Mashable House at the Austin festival. Visitors to the venue were able to nap or watch a motivational video while relaxing in energy pods from the upcoming TV show.

'Hanging Canvas Furniture' called canvas, created by Japanese design studio YOY, presented at Salone Satellite during Milan Design Week 2013. "Constructed out of wood and and aluminum, the volume is covered by an elastic fabric, screen-printed with drawings of different types of furniture. The piece works when the frame is leaned against a wall, stretching when weight is applied, accommodating the user within the newly formed void.

Canvas Furniture: Be Part Of Your Art :: Naoki Ono, founder of Tokyo-based YOY design studio, created a set of two-dimensional, lightweight furniture pieces made of wood, aluminum and stretched elastic canvas that can be hung flat on a wall.

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Can i have my pool table again? Pity the hon doesn't play pool. Baby, you get the dining table, i get the pool table?

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Japanese designers Naoki Ono and Yuki Yamamoto of Tokyo-based design studio YOY designed 'Canvas', a series of two-dimensional hanging furnitures that can be

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A reflective tic-tac-toe. Those are only half shapes, which reflect from the surface and creating the whole shapes. Unique gifts by Israeli artists, designed by Shahar Peleg, Israel

Amazing Google Maps imagery on Stratocam.com

Amazing Google Maps imagery on Stratocam.com

"Smarter Cities" is a new project by IBM to improve the life in cities, focusing on sustainable economic growth and prosperity of citizens. To spread its existence, the creative campaign was created in the streets, in which the posters not only advertise, but also fulfill functions: they serve as seats, ceilings or ramps. (2013)

"Smart ideas for smarter cities" IBM turns its ads into useful urban furniture. Cr: Cool Thing Fan Page

The work of Québec-born graphic designer Julien Vallée practically leaps off the screen, and in some cases literally, as in a paper sculpture that he did for the 2008 Illustrative Zurich Festival. Spray from a can explodes through a stark black background into a thousand primary-colored shards, for a sculpture that is so dynamic, you can hardly believe it isn't moving.

Julien Vallée

This is the 'Paper Sculpture' created for the main exhibition of Illustrative Zürich festival 2008 by graphic designer Julien Vallée.

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