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

Table That Is A PC

Table That Is A PC

The C-Walker is a radical PC + Table concept whose idea germinates from the fact that workstations with CPU, wires, screen and keyboard look cluttered and distracting. One of the ways to streamline the desk is to integrate the PC into the table itself. What we have now is a desk with wires that are internally set, a virtual keyboard and a projected screen. USB slots and CD ROM slots are flushed to the side of tabletop, along with the power button. Essentially we have a hybrid desk that part PC and part table. Yes, the functional future has arrived!

0 Designer: Nithin V Antony

Save Space with Slope

Save Space with Slope

The Slope Desk was ingeniously crafted with compact living spaces in mind. Characterized by straightforward functionality, essentiality of form and purity of materials, it was designed to rest against a wall in a hallway or living area where valuable space is limited. Its sleek aesthetic and minimal footprint keep your small space feeling bright and airy without sacrificing comfort and functionality. Own it HERE!

0 Designer: Leonhard Pfeifer

The Essential Loft Table

The Essential Loft Table

Designed with no visible fixing details, the Loft table provides a simple, seamless look suitable for everywhere from the classy office to stylish home. Its material construction of glass, metal and wood offers an airy, light aesthetic that won’t weigh down a room. Not only pretty, Loft also offers flexible use as the table height can be adjusted from the metal lids of the main structure.

0 Designer: Hakan Gürsu

The only bug you'll want in your bedroom!

The only bug you’ll want in your bedroom!

The idea for the BUG closet is the result of a stroll down the beach where the designer happened upon a sole beetle roaming the sandy shore. In a closed-state, the exterior appears smooth and almost seamless, but open it up to reveal extraordinary functionality in the form of re-customizeable shelves, cubbies, drawers, and even a few hidden compartments. Even if you don’t sit well with the idea of having a giant creepy crawly thing in your bedroom, there’s no denying its artistic beauty. Look inside —>

0 Designer: TRUE Latvia

Transitioning Table

Transitioning Table

While the Gradient Table’s silhouette might be somewhat basic, its use of materials and resulting aesthetic are anything but! The design is comprised of ten different types of wood veneer laid out from brightest to darkest, creating a unique gradient pattern. Using various types of veneer brings out the color, texture and detail in each while celebrating the natural beauty of wood. It’s perfect for bringing weight and visual focus to one side of a room while lightening the other.

0 Designer: Eli Chissick