Reform design's Crunching Numbers G4 is a coffee table made almost entirely out of old computers. Computer buffs will instantly recognize the two legs of the table as Macintosh G4 computer towers. The towers were saved from the landfill by Reform design and upcycled to create coffee tables.
Up to 70 percent of the Crunching Numbers G4 coffee table is made using reclaimed materials. The table is a tension set (note the spring in the center) which makes assembly easier by cutting down on screws, glue and nails. Like most eco-friendly things in the world, the Crunching Numbers G4 doesn't come cheap. It'll cost you $660 total to get your hands on one of these bad boys.
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