“The twin-brother to the G3 line, Crunching Numbers G4 is also custom-made and individually hand-crafted from retired Macintosh G4s and up to 70% reclaimed materials...” —re:form designs
The “Quicksilver” Apple Power Mac G4 wasn’t my first Macintosh, but it was the model recommended by the faculty once I entered the BFA in Graphic Design program at University of Florida. My former studio mates and I worked plenty of late nights, surrounded by a colorful variety of Macintosh computers. We were advised to keep towers off the floor. For the Crunching Numbers tables, it shouldn’t be an issue if the towers are retired computer machines. The Mac towers now serve the purpose of replacing more traditional legs to make a structurally sound coffee table.
My personal favorite might be the earlier Macintosh G3 line of custom tables, as the bright 90s teal color and prominent model number pulls further into the past.
(via geeky gadgets, images via re-form designs / photo credit: Dick Oberg)