Oh how I miss those younger days using a floppy disk! I remember the happy times when I would play with the shutter part of the microfloppy that eventually damaged my disks. Also, I remember those computer classes wherein we were required to memorize two sizes: 5 1/4 and 3 1/2. Now, here’s a treat for those who are being nostalgic about these disks that have been deeply forgotten due to the fast-paced technological advancement. Check out this micrfoloppy disk table created by Berlin-based architect Axel van Exel in collaboration with sculptor Marian Neulant. Isn’t it amazing?