Tool-inspired Stool

Tool-inspired Stool

The Eyore stool is an elegant fusion of tool and furniture that takes inspiration from the very device used to help carpenters create other forms of seating. The simplistic structure is identical to trestles used by carpenters to lift and support sofa cushions and couches. Suede accents and fabric in contrast with raw wood and metal rivets give it a refined industrial aesthetic suitable everywhere from the kitchen to the work studio.

0 Designer: Vered Venezia

Tesla would be so proud!

Tesla would be so proud!

The EM (ElectroMagnetic) table explores lesser known aspects of energies and electromagnetic interactions. In short, the table produces a localized electromagnetic field that’s capable of lighting nearby fluorescent tubes without any physical contact. More of a light source than a table, users can now interact with invisible electric energy. Check out the vid to see it in action!

0 Designer: Florian Dussopt

Virtual Fireplace

Virtual Fireplace

The second in a series of modern fireplaces by Davide Tonizzo, Murazzi brings warmth and coziness to any modern living space. Named after a riverside area in the Italian city of Turin, the dynamic lines and inverted geometric arch pay homage to the city’s automotive heritage. With just the flip of a switch users can enjoy the comfort and glow of its virtual flame.

0 Designer: Davide Tonizzo

A Cozy and Compact Fireplace

A Cozy and Compact Fireplace

Esquilino will warm your dwelling both literally and figuratively! The design is foremost a fireplace, but also features built-in storage and surface area that makes it an ideal coffee or console table. Its woodless flame is made visible on all sides thanks to a cantilevered table top. Finally, even small spaces can enjoy the cozy vibe of a fire!

0 Designer: Davide Tonizzo

A New Design Notion

A New Design Notion

NTN’s premier product launch, called Collection 01, focuses on material likeness and a similar construction process to tie these otherwise unrelated objects together as a series. A thoughtful balance of aluminum, fabric and natural wood define each as a singular product, but a shared design language makes them shine as a group.

0 Designer: NTN

Wine Me, Dine Me!

Wine Me, Dine Me!

The Dine Table is a simplistic, yet functional entertainer’s table with a wine chiller at its center. Now it’s easy to keep your favorite selects within reach and out of harms way.  Not just for lushes! Commercial restaurants or anyone with an knack for entertaining will love this one.

0 Designer: Miguel Mestre

50s Seating Reawakened

50s Seating Reawakened

The Acapulco Chair is one of the most iconic outdoor seating designs of the 20th Century. To clebrate the chair’s 60th Anniversary, The Common Project has released a special Limited Edition consisting of a chrome-plated frame with a translucent shell. The revamp brings new life to the design, transforming it from a fun patio chair into luxury indoor and outdoor seating. For the purist, the chair is still available in the 4 classic colors: black, white, mustard, and turquoise.

0 Designer: The Common Project

The only clip you'll ever need!

The only clip you’ll ever need!

The Gripstar pushes the concept of versatility to an entirely new level with its minimalistic yet remarkably multifunctional design! Easily mounted on any surface, users will find it handy for everything from hanging coats to organizing cables. Reusable for a number of applications, it’s the only clip you’ll ever need! Watch it come to life from concept to construction ->

0 Designer: Constructa Labs

I'd never get out of bed...

I’d never get out of bed…

Hi-Can stands for High fidelity Canopy, suggesting a new and contemporary interpretation of the classic canopy bed that recreates our most intimate and protective space inside the bedroom. Inside Hi-Can users will be so immersed in the sound and imagery of everything from their favorite TV shows to video games.

0 Designer: Think Future Design

A Rocking Horse With Roots

A Rocking Horse With Roots

Sitting itself is kinda boring, but design shouldn’t be… it should be fun! That’s the philosophy behind this modern interpretation of the classic Panton chair. To  preserving the timeless character of the chair, the designers have avoided decorating it arbitrarily. The chair becomes an integral part of the design, as it would have been intended as a rocking horse by Panton in 1959. Original materials of the chair combined with locally grown wood, (in contrast to the dark fabric & metal) communicate elegance & lightness.

0 Designers: Various

Looking Forward to Summer Style

Looking Forward to Summer Style

Winter just started, but now’s a gooda’ time as any to start daydreaming about warmer weather! Let the Yellow Summer series of table and chairs inspire your imagination. Made of galvanized steel and seaworthy fabric-clad cushions, the design is weatherproof for outdoor use. In sunshine yellow, it’s easy to imagine yourself enjoying lemonade, watermelon and fresh flowers ’round the table with friends!

0 Designer: Julia Kononenko

Sculptural Seating

Sculptural Seating

Influenced by Noguchi’s philosophy in which “everything is sculpture,” the Poise chair inspires the user to see what they’d like in its abstract form. With natural, flowing curves and refined materials of solid oak and genuine kudu leather, the chair’s design embodies the word, poise.

0 Designer: Louw Roets

The desk you didn't know you needed.

The desk you didn’t know you needed.

Sorry, I’m about to spoil your mind… Whether you’re a hardcore gamer, work from home-er, or really just anybody who owns a laptop… you gotta have the Slate Mobile AirDesk! It’s not only the comfiest way to do lap work, but the most effective in preventing your computer (and you) from getting too hot. There’s even a mousepad and place to dock your phone. DO WANT! Now check out the vid after the jump!

0 Designer: Nathan Mummert

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