What it has become is the default 'top trump' bike of people who think '73 Carrera RSs and Helmut Newton prints are rare collectibles that show off their great taste. Just like the Eames chair.
Practically every visit to a track bike blog these days will yield you several pictures of a (riderless, studio-bound) Cinelli Laser. I've seen two in real life in the last 18 months without even looking for them. It's not even like they show up in interesting cycling films being ridden by people who have anywhere near the capabilities to do them justice. Considering what folk are daring to build these days, buying one is almost tragically unimaginative.
As for the chair & ottoman - The real deal costs four and a half grand (in GBP or USD), brand new from Vitra or Herman Miller. Anyone asking €14k is angling for stupid tourists (or people who work in finance).
Matt and I have chatted about making a modern Laser, key to that (for us, at least) is that it wouldn't be a look-a-like, it would have to be a bike designed based on the same principles that informed the original.
It could look nothing like the original, although it would be interesting to see what it did look like.
A project for the future, anyway.