A Seat for Any Situation

A Seat for Any Situation

Somewhere between a comfy poltrona and an occasional chair, the Reves chair was designed to envelope the user when they choose. The flexible, two-tone trivera textile hood can be folded up instantly to create a secluded, quieter space for reading or simply contemplating. Simply fold it down and voila! Open, occasional seating.

0 Designer: Muka Design Lab

The Magic Key Rack

The Magic Key Rack

Rackless is a minimalistic approach to the entryway key rack without any hooks, knobs or screws. A magnet hidden within a wood block holds your keys in place, making them appear to float in midair. As if hanging your keychain couldn’t be easier, now you can effortlessly attach and grab them without aiming for a hook! See it in action —>

0 Designer: Brandon Knowlden

Beautiful Bends

Beautiful Bends

You won’t see any screws or glue in these multilayered seating design by Bar Lavi. Instead, you’ll find just a single bolt that holds its bended strips of beech or poplar wood together at one point. Called the Bended Stools series, one is seemingly wild and random while the other appears purposeful and organized. Both, however atypical, are an elegant twist on stool-style seating that add sculptural style to any modern space.

0 Designer: Bar Lavi

A Slice of Design

A Slice of Design

Inspired by the pie chart, the Times 4 table is a playful twist on the coffee table that offers an innovative storage solution. A removed “slice” reveals an internal rotating system of partitions that organize everyday things like magazines, remote controls, game pads and more. To keep anything hidden is just a matter of turning one section away to reveal another. DO want!

0 Designer: Gonçalo Campos

Signature Slats

Signature Slats

Marcel is a smart sideboard inspired by the Modern Cultural Movement developed during the interwar period. The chromed tubular metal legs are inspired by Marcel Breuer’s genius, one of the leading exponents of the Modern Movement. The doors are made by alternating slats of vertical and horizontal wood, recalling car grilles or antique radios from the early 1900s. Sophisticated, innovative and with contemporary style, it plays a leading role in any interior. Its simple, no-frills form is characterized by linear shapes and hard lines.

0 Designer: Formabilio

Quite Simply, the Rest Chair

Quite Simply, the Rest Chair

As straightforward as its name, this modern seating design features a material combination of injection-molded plastic and solid wood. What would otherwise be a more formal style is instantly transformed to a playful character with its vibrant arms and seat back while its dynamic shapes invite the user’s touch and exploration of its contrasting construction.

0 Designer: Tom Sela

Leaning Towards Modular

Leaning Towards Modular

With a very simple construction based on modularity, the Tilta bookcase is composed of 3 different elements that can be combined in variation to create functional shelving without sacrificing style. Units of different heights provide space for an assortment of different sized items. Its seemingly random, tilted supports give it a strong yet unimposing identity that blends easily in contemporary and classic setting alike.

0 Designer: Paolo Cappello

Scars Can Be Beautiful

Scars Can Be Beautiful

A cousin of the Black Scars Cabinet, the White Scars Console appears to have the same sordid past with its somewhat menacing, scarred surface. Like something out of a Tim Burton film, the design is both dark and playful. Despite its scarification, the handmade piece still looks handsome with white lacquered solid oak, copper legs and leather handles.

0 Designer: Alon Dodo

30 Years of Lammhults

30 Years of Lammhults

Celebrating over 30 years at Salone del Mobile in Milan, Lammhults latest collection holds showcases new table concepts as well as seat and chair ranges that easily adapt to any contemporary setting from the meeting room to home den. With a variety of materials and finishes ranging from soft and plush upholstery to raw wood and stainless steel, there’s also a texture and tone for every taste.

0 Designer: Lammhults

Skin & Bones

Skin & Bones

The Skin & Bones Chair is a semi-literal interpretation of its clever name! The design features a skeletal metal framework that forms a classic cantilevered construction. As for the “skin” – its leather seat and back are designed as both an elegant contrast to the frame, but as a comfortable cushion for the body with a slightly stretchable quality.

0 Designer: Shir Selinson

Play With Your Table, Not Your Food

Play With Your Table, Not Your Food

We don’t often think of tables as interactive objects, but the Labyrinth Table contains an entire world of its own inside that you and your guests can control. Six characters can be moved around the intricate maze by using handles underneath the surface. Explore the labyrinth with friends or tell a story of your own before dinner! See it in action in the video after the jump!

0 Designer: Benjamin Nordsmark

Super Flexible for Super Living

Super Flexible for Super Living

Inlay is a new super modular sofa system comprised of back rest, arm rest and seat modules in various sizes that can be easily configured and re-configured in infinite variations to create seating for any occasion! The design employs a modernist architectural design language and an innovative seam detail integrates the die cast aluminum leg and the body of the sofa to create a new aesthetic for this typology.

0 Designer: Benjamin Hubert

Stylishly Segmented Seating

Stylishly Segmented Seating

Designed to mimic the protective nature of a mother’s womb, the Segment chair offers users a shell-like sanctuary of relaxation for the body and mind. Set in the form of a bowl, its segmented parts, matching footstool and flexible tufted cushions are ergonomically structured to cradle the body in a number of positions. It’s perfect for a snuggle, book read or afternoon nap!

0 Designer: Sae-rom Yoon

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