Celebrate America's heritage of industrial innovation with AT-95 Tables ($890-$1,800). Made from salvaged woods and industrial-grade, heavy-duty metal and steel components, these round and rectangular tables come in a number of models to match your design sensibilities while offering enough variety to match nearly any decor — making them perfect for that sweet warehouse office you've been talking about for nearly a decade.
It seems like the last hundred or so felt products we've seen were either bags or gadget cases, so the Bufa Chair ($760) comes as a breath of fresh air. Meant to pay homage to tailored attire, the Bufa features a gray felt seat and back, folded and threaded together with loose-hanging rope, while a colored ribbon adds a touch of flair without turning the Bufa into a garish, brightly-hued mess.
Coders, managers, illustrators — whatever your job, odds are you've had to deal with a whiteboard before. Now you can carry one with you with the Wipebook Pro. This full-sized notebook holds 20 8.5" x 11" writeable pages that work just like a normal whiteboard, letting you write, erase, and re-write countless times. Brass binding lets it lay flat, cow-friendly faux leather front and rear covers help when it's time to digitize a page, and unlike the board at work, you can take it home without ever having to worry about an overzealous janitor "cleaning" away your valuable notes.
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Made from the same shock-resistant structure the brand is known for, the G-Shock G-Steel Watch dresses up the notably sporty timepiece with a sleek steel finish. The bezel and band are made from a double layer of stainless steel and resin for a tough scratch-resistant surface, while still providing the same impact absorption as its predecessors. Although it's a new look, the loads of functions remain the same with a countdown timer, stopwatch, world time, water resistance to 200 meters, double LED lighting, and a solar-powered rechargeable battery.
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Whether or not you have a Coca-Cola shrine in your house, there's reason to be excited about the 111 Navy Chair ($230). Based on Emeco's classic 1006 Navy Chair, the 111 is made from 111 recycled plastic Coke bottles, in all keeping three million plastic Coke bottles out of landfills each year. Surprisingly, it's available in a number of colors, so you don't have to design a whole room around Coke's iconic red to enjoy the benefits of this simple chair.
Feast your eyes on what may be the most advanced office chair ever conceived. Produced by Herman Miller, the Embody Chair ($1,600) is the successor to the dot-com staple Aeron chair. The most striking feature of the Embody is its "pixelated" skeletal system that's unlike anything you've ever seen or felt. You set its tension depending on the curvature of your back, and it makes your spine feel like it's being hugged by angels. We imagine it's also quite like what being cradled in Ms. Johansson's bosom would feel like.