The 3+ modular furniture collection harkens back to your childhood days of tinkering with K'Nex sets. Made of white, black, or grey, powder-coated or galvanized plates of steel, you can configure pieces in any way you'd like.
The Oscar Zieta-created set will be shown later this month at a showcase in Milan, so we don't know pricing or order information yet. It has chairs, tables, shelving units, and magnetic boards to tack your crap on. Holes in the metal pieces help you keep your cords organized and your electronics cool. The furniture can be built as Zieta designed them with connectors, or put together with standard screws, so you can take plates apart and put them back together any way you'd like. And that really seems like the best part. [Dezeen]