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LOOK: Glass Coffee Table Is Video Game Controller

Designers at a small shop in Venice, Calif. are selling a coffee table that looks like the original Nintendo controller. Cool idea. Oh, and also, the game controller, made by Bohemian Work Bench, actually works. When the glass on the top of table ...
  • 8tea5

    Nintendo coffe table by Bohemian Workbench

  • Vince Favilla

    One of the most famous pieces of geek furniture in the world, Charles Lushear’s Nintendo controller table is also one of the most functional. That’s because it not only serves as a coffee table, but it can also serve as a giant NES controller. Talk about fun furniture.

  • Dimitri Verboomen

    Nintendo Controller Coffee Table. Made from maple, mahogany and walnut with dovetail joinery and mid century modern legs. This table fully functions as a Nintendo NES controller and can be used to play games with the glass removed. The cord is retractable from underneath.

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    That's cool I want one!

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