Remember This?!

Remember This?!

Another intriguing design by Stephan Siepermann, the Locky series is a clever twist on a familiar fragment that’s presented in a different and surprising material for a fresh look that’s all its own. The iconic industrial locker from our school days is reborn in handsome solid oak wood with a wooden padlock to match. No longer for books and backpacks, it makes for an ideal entryway coatrack or wardrobe. It also achieves the ever-elusive “warm” industrial aesthetic opposed to its stark metal counterparts. 

0 Designer: Stephan Siepermann

The Angel of Seating

The Angel of Seating

The Halo stool is so named not only for its halo-shaped base, but also for its will-intentioned design that focuses on local production as well as material and cost efficiency. The simplistic parts are machined from a sheet of 26mm plywood using a programable router, keeping man-handling to a minimum. With the top of the seat derived from the halo-shaped base support, optimum use of material is achieved. Near-flat-pack ready, it’s as easy to transport and ship as it is to assemble and disassemble with a few standard screws!

0 Designer: Bradley Fraser

Meet Mr. Knox

Meet Mr. Knox

It’s a clever cabinet and funny translation of an iconic steel safe into a smart and playful wooden piece of furniture! The CNC cut gears fit together perfectly to enable the closing system to work exactly like the steel example. It’s even delivered with a 99.9% pure oak “gold bar.” Own it here!

0 Designer: Stephan Siepermann

Dat Flatness Tho!

Dat Flatness Tho!

Each piece of the Fläpps Collection from Ambivalenz is printable and combinable with the others, giving users the freedom to compose their individual wall requirements or change things up on a whim! The design featured here is disguised as an unusual mountain-scape, but simply fold it down and it transforms into a functional coat hanger. Jump to the vid and check out all the printable products!

0 Designer: Ambivalenz

Two-Faced Table

Two-Faced Table

Duale, designed for Formabilio by designer Luca Binaglia, earns its namesake from its unique reversible top that can be easily flipped depending on the user’s aesthetic desire of the moment. Not only for aesthetics, the versatile top also doubles the lifespan of the product by dividing overall use between two sides. Lightweight and easy to assemble, you need only choose one of many bold colors and choose the top side that suits your mood! Get it here.

0 Designer: Luca Binaglia for Formabilio

The Bedside Guardian

The Bedside Guardian

Ottone, the latest in Formabilio’s collection of modern furnishings, is simplistic without lacking personality. Like a playful bedside guardian, Ottone’s eager eyes give life to the design. These double as functional handles for a drawer where you can keep all your nightstand necessities. Get it here!

0 Designer: Laura Pirrone for Formabilio

The Transformer of Coffee Tables

The Transformer of Coffee Tables

More of a functional sculpture than furniture piece, the REK coffee table series is as beautiful as it is versatile. The adaptable design can be extended in a variety of ways, straight or sideways, depending on necessity or desired aesthetic. In seconds it changes from monolithic block to multilayered unit. Watch the transformation after the jump!

0 Designer: Reinier de Jong

Sit and Sketch for Kids

Sit and Sketch for Kids

The latest in FUNctional furniture from Martin Jakobsen, the Phant chair is designed for kids who love to draw! The lacquered basswood design’s signature is a number of long indentations in the top surface for storing writing utensils. Perfect for playrooms, kids can get spontaneously creative! If you’re worried about little one’s bums getting jabbed, the imprints can hold safer, softer markers and crayons too!

0 Designer: Martin Jakobsen

Screw It

Screw It

The fantastically simple Frida stool and side table are so sensibly designed they’ll make you say DUH! Each composed of just 4 flat-pack pieces, their clever construction is held together with just a single butterfly screw that locks the pieces in place and gives a touch of color. Easy to assemble and aesthetically adorable!

0 Designer: Zanocchi & Starke

At Home With Lammhults

At Home With Lammhults

The Lammhults Home collection explores the brand’s softer side with a series of seating, tables and storage solutions that balance Scandinavian utilitarianism with inviting essence. From legged pastel poufs to matte black umbrella stands, the collection finds visual strength in signature clean lines and contrasting materials and textures. Elegant, economic and ecological, there’s a timeless piece for every purpose and personality.

0 Designer: Lammhults

The Perfect Pouf!

The Perfect Pouf!

If you’re a Japanese food aficionado, you might’ve guessed that the Onigiri armchair pouf was inspired by the world’s most adorable rice balls by the same name! Minimal yet inviting, the cozy cushion is the perfect place to plunge into after a long day. Its flexible form and eco-friendly fabric hug and cuddle just right with each time you sit! Own it HERE!

0 Designer: Alessandro Di Stefano for Formabilio

Move Over Ikea!

Move Over Ikea!

This ultra-utilitarian system of paper and tape furniture, called TapeFlips, brings a whole new meaning to affordable DIY furnishing! The design’s rigid pre-sized paper panels can be reconfigured and combined to make a variety of functional pieces including chairs, tables, shelving and storage. After putting together, users can also customize their pieces with paint or markers for a truly one-of-a-kind aesthetic, something you wouldn’t think of with higher priced furnishings.

0 Designer: Petar Zaharinov

Razor Thin Table

Razor Thin Table

Despite its ultra-ultra-thin form, the Blade table is stronger than it looks. Designed by Alexander Purcell Rodrigues, the dining table takes advantage of Mykon’s innovative aluminum honeycomb technology. With its high strength-to-weight ratio of honeycomb material and new fabrication techniques, an impossibly thin and elegant table is reduced to its purest form without sacrificing safety or functionality.

0 Designer: Alexander Purcell Rodrigues

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