Pads under the table base protect floors. The Rubik Collection also includes a Nesting Table, Coffee Table, Round Coffee Table, Service Coffee Table and Console Table. Whether it’s for the living room, bedroom or entryway, there’s a table to fit your needs. The original item has ended. We have selected a similar item below.Original item: Cross Round Table WALNUT Design Within Reach DWR Mid Century Modern.
We get it, which is why we love C tables: They look as nice as coffee tables, but their shape lets you snuggle them right up to the sofa so that everything is in reach. Rubik service coffee table, 361.25 from DWR. This ‘floating’ coffee-table is like a giant, jiggly Rubik’s Cube. The table comes in both coffee and side table sizes and can be customized in a variety of woods and finishes. West Elm Framed Side Table: 149.00. JCPenney Jackson Chairside Table: 79.00.
This started as a desire to have the most unique coffee Table imaginable. I’m curious if you got in cintack about purchasing the life size rubik’s cube. If you want to frustrate your friends when they attempt to solve it, take only one of the side pieces and put it in backwards, or rotate a single corner. Instructables user Random_Canadian (a.k.a. Gavin Wolchina of Calgary, AB) built this giant and fully functional puzzle cube that also serves as Gavin’s cof. When you think of Rubik’s Cube, evidently the original piece comes in mind. It can be used as a coffee table, side table, even as a chair.
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Personally, I’ve never been a fan of the Rubik’s Cube. That’s probably because it makes me feel like a complete moron, and I just end up peeling the stickers off and replacing them so it looks like I completed the puzzle. The subdivided pieces serve as side tables of different shapes and dimensions (Designer: voonwong & bensonsaw). CAN YOU make a fully functional rubik’s cube table like this? At first glance, this Rubik’s Cube-looking counter looks like it’s engineered by pure magic, but the secret to its construction is magnets! Brooklyn-based designers RockPaperRobot magnetized each each cube so that they repel one another; and to keep the blocks from floating away, they are held by a system of tensile steel cables. This clever use of physics allows the table to be functional while also having a playful side to it. Push on any side of this Rubik’s cube-like coffee table, and it will give in to the pressure like it’s on springs, and then snap back into place. Look closer, and you’ll see that the individual wooden blocks that make up the table are barely tethered to each other, each one seeming to float in p. That’s right, it’s the Rubik Round Coffee Table from DWR, with a stainless steel base and an Arabescato Marble top.