For thousands of years, chairs have settled for arm rests. Now the Morfojet Armchair has upped the ante by eschewing tradition and deploying jet engines for the mundane task of supporting one's arms.
But beyond the bold (if not tasteful) aesthetics, the Morfojet Armchair also squeezes in an audio system (a CD player, actually) to add a little value to the unspoken price. Sadly, the speakers for said system are specifically not gigantic and housed in those awesome twin turbines. Instead, they're just standard-looking components hidden under a perforation in the plastic—like you'd see in a minivan or something. [designboom]