One of the presentations at SketchUp 3D Basecamp was given by Nick Ierodiaconou, a London-based architect and designer with a group called 00 (Zero Zero). He spoke about a number of things including a project called Wikihouse which is basically a structure whose parts were CNC cut from plywood, shipped to the site and assembled with minimal tools. The Wikihouse was designed in London, cut in Virginia and built at the Maker Faire in NewYork. Another thing he talked about is a site called Open Desk which offers a collection of open source furniture designs. The furniture is also designed to be CNC cut from sheet goods. I wouldn't classify this furniture as "fine woodworking" but I think the ideas have merit. The intent is to hit a point between Ikea and Wally World flat pack furniture and more traditional furniture that most of us are used to making in our shops. The idea is that these furniture designs are made available at no charge, can be sent to a local "maker" and delivered to the customer easily. Any shop with a ShopBot or equivalent could make these pieces. They can be shipped flat and assembled in the customer's home or they could be assembled before delivery. They could be made of plywood, termite poop, melamine, Corian or whatever.
This is a simple small desk I modeled based on the downloaded CAD file from the Open Desk site.
I don't think this sort of furniture will replace the fine Shaker, Federal and other classic style pieces many woodworkers like to produce but it would hit a lower price point that would be accessible to more people and it might be worth adding to your options if you have the equipment to make it. If you want to make your own designs to offer, SketchUp is more than up to the task. There are a number of makers listed on the Open Desk site and it looks like there's opportunities for more makers to be listed.
Again, I don't think this will replace hand cut dovetails and proper mortise and tenon joinery but I believe it's an area of furniture design and production that is worth knowing about. Hopefully they'll get the videos from Basecamp posted soon and you can listen to what Nick said on this topic. He's much more eloquent than I am. Also take a look at the open Desk site and have a read.