Yesteryear's Furniture, Today

Yesteryear’s Furniture, Today

Modeled on an abandoned stretched Eames Fiberglass Shell Armchair at the Henry Ford Museum, the design imagines the lost prototype reborn using the most modern materials with the most traditional methods. It’s woven out of 12k carbon fiber with a modified weaving pattern that gives it substantial strength & single-digit lightness. In the spirit of Eames’ design philosophy, its transparency lays bare its own construction methodology with visual access to every part, giving it an aesthetic coherence that feels both uncanny & curiously natural.

0 Designer: Matthew Strong

The Window Box Wonder

The Window Box Wonder

It’s a box! It’s a shelf! No… it’s Cubby! — the simple way to get convenient wall storage. Each Cubby features a recessed back panel and keyhole that ensure it mounts flush against the wall, an removable window that protects items, and a simple lid for quick access. It’s an easy way to stay organized or simply show off your favorite collectibles!

0 Designer: Thomas Zukowski

A Pretty Place for Your Wine and Things

A Pretty Place for Your Wine and Things

Molded from a near-paper-thin wood layers, Incurva is found at the intersection of modern design and craftsmanship, serving as a sophisticated wall or floor ornament that functions to hold your favorite things! Ideal as a wine or magazine rack, its rigid material safely cradles bottles, books, and more. In chromatic contrast of walnut and beech veneers, they’re an easy addition to a variety of interior styles, classic and contemporary.

0 Designer: Formabilio

Dissimilar Design Perfection

Dissimilar Design Perfection

Contrast is key in the design of this versatile piece called Flab, usable for everything from media storage to book organization. Thick antiqued spruce slabs meet thin wood-fiber panels and even thinner tempered glass in a unique mix of textures, colors and sizes that together compliment its irregular geometry. 

0 Designer: Formabilio

Perplexing Puzzle Chair

Perplexing Puzzle Chair

Part of a larger collection of flat-pack furniture, the Lese Chair’s defining character is found in its clever construction. Composed of CNC milled beech plywood and polycarbonate, the only screws you’ll find are in the seat back and leg extensions. The rest of the structure is held together using 3D puzzle principles. So puzzling that you’ll be glad you have a place to sit and think about it!

0 Designer: Konstantin Achkov

Anthropomorphic Furniture

Anthropomorphic Furniture

From mustachioed wall clocks to hatted lamps and grinning nightstands, DAM & Friends’ collection of home furnishings includes pieces with personality each their own! Crafted using traditional Portuguese techniques, each playful piece has a story to tell about the culture. See the full collection and be one of the first to own one of these DAM products!

0 Designer: DAM & Friends

Beneath the Cambium Layer

Beneath the Cambium Layer

This expertly crafted collection of furnishings takes inspiration from the way in which trees grow, celebrating the tree as both a material and living organism. The ever changing seasonal growth patterns and unique knots change the structure of the wood in subtle ways- this is reflected in the nuance details of each unique piece. The use of a coopering technique can be seen throughout the body of work as a construction method that directly mimics natural growth. The result is an aesthetic of craftsmanship and Danish Modern design paired with raw, organic shapes and textures.

0 Designer: George Dubinsky of Edgewood Made

This Ain't No Ikea

This Ain’t No Ikea

Because even though you can put it together by hand, it’s built to LAST! It’s the notable Key line from Housefish. Created using advanced digital manufacturing combined with hands-on craft methods, they’re easy to assemble and sturdy enough to last a lifetime. Better yet, the design is modular so you can mix and match aesthetic variables and sizes for a look that’s all your own. Own em’ here!

0 Designer: Housefish

Home For The Homeless

Home For The Homeless

By day, the Homeless Haven is like any regular park bench and by night it can transform into a temporary shelter. Designed like an expanding accordion, the bench simply elevates and extends into a cozy shelter, giving refuge from the elements. Smart!

0 Designers: Ke Wan, Xiaohua Ma, Xing Guo & Qingxiang Zhu

Crazy About Concrete

Crazy About Concrete

The functionalities of these two different objects are pretty straightforward: one is a silverware organizer and one is a bedside table. But what really sets them apart is a unique material combination of fiber-concrete and raw wood that’s just plain beautiful! For it’s own foodie-flair, the table features one molded recess for a coffee mug and one for cutlery or napkins. Underneath, there’s even a tray-box to hide breakfast-in-bed when you’re finished!

0 Designer: Katerina Vagurina

Buy a product... get a nap!

Buy a product… get a nap!

Designed as a promotional tool for companies, the SUKK resting cabin gives airport passengers a place to kick back before or between their flights. What’s the catch? To enter, users must have a promotional code provided by the advertiser. Once inside they’ll enjoy the creature comfort like WiFi, a secure luggage locker, lighting, electricity outlets and real-time departure information.

0 Designer: Eduardo Garcia

Sleek and Stealthy Seating

Sleek and Stealthy Seating

Transformist Design’s Walker chair is an angular, sculptural seating solution based on stealth-like geometry. Its cantilevered, faceted form alludes to speed and movement, yet its form-fitted back and seat are perfect for winding down at dinner or the waiting room. In a variety of powder-coated aluminum options and contrasting seat/back combinations, there’s a custom color option for every taste.

0 Designer: Transformist Design

Maybe it's magic...

Maybe it’s magic…

… or maybe it’s just clever design! It’s the Maybe Chair and it’s more chairs-in-one! A hybrid of die-cast aluminum technology with wood craftsmanship, the main structure is split into two aluminum die-cast parts which are efficient to store after production and easy to ship in a small box. The seat and backrest can be made with a variety of materials and finishes, meaning it can be made as a classic dining chair with an elegant wood or Maybe, just Maybe an office chair with durable plastic. You decide!

0 Designer: Andrea Borgogni

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