It's like Transformers and a Rubik's Cube had a baby, and it wanted to be a piece of furniture, but somewhere along the line it got magnetized so the pieces are doomed for all eternity to never touch one another.

The Float Table's predicament bodes well for anyone who wants a unique end table, though. A series of steel cables keep each of the 64 cubes that comprise the total structure in place and allow you to mold it into other forms. The cubes are made of PVC, magnets, and "secrets".


I'd recommend keeping your electronics a safe distance away from this end table, as it's entirely possibly they could get wiped if they fell in the cracks. [RockPaperRobot via Design Milk]