It's what's inside that counts.

It’s what’s inside that counts.

At first glance, Misko looks like your average bedside drawer table… minimal and well-balanced. But, flip the switch and that’s when you’ll fall in love! An internal LED shines bright from within, illuminating the translucent top and peeking through the handle space. Combining these two functions keeps your bedroom space uncluttered but just as bright. DO WANT!

0 Designer: Haim Evgi

Pretty Perfect Chairs

Pretty Perfect Chairs

Charming, debonair, jaunty, refined, tailored, courtly, sophisticated, crafted, preppy, neat, poised, timeless… just a few words to describe the Emma and little sister Emily easy chairs! Conservative yet casual, their classic needlework and comfy upholstery make them an easy fit everywhere from the conference room to the parlor.

0 Designer: FÄRG & BLANCHE

Simply...The String Table

Simply…The String Table

As you might have guessed from the name, the heart of this design is a single thread that keeps it all together. This otherwise insignificant material becomes an integral part of both the construction and aesthetic nature of the design. Its minimal amount of materials and unique cantilevered construction not only make it flat-pack ready and easy to transport but comfortable and open with leg room to spare.

0 Designer: Saif Faisal Design Workshop

Nomadic Shelving

Nomadic Shelving

The Tipi shelving system is a project that contemplates the borders between transience and permanence. One can easily transfer, assemble, change, disassemble and rebuild it in a matter of minutes. Its simple and effective construction makes it easy to pack and easy to carry, ensuring Tipi has a long lifecycle with you no matter where you go.

0 Designer: JOYNOUT

Magic From Salvaged Furniture

Magic From Salvaged Furniture

Designer Alexander Schnell Sramek’s ‘Anti-Slip’ contemporary furniture collection stemmed from a peculiar situation. He had an empty bedroom that need furnishing and a mind that rebelled against the mass production/consumption culture of contemporary urban societies. Working with a limited space and tools, he set out on a project to furnish the room in 30 days and nights with out spending a dime on it. When creativity finds a path to flow through constraints, the end results are often pleasantly surprising.

0 Designer: Alexander Schnell Sramek for 3 D Design

Table for Shopaholics

Table for Shopaholics

After a day of shopping, you’re way hungry… so you stop to eat. But where do you put your new precious belongings? Under the table on the dirty floor? Behind you in the seat? Not anymore! The HangOut table keeps your bags, purse or other goodies right by your side. One simple cut makes all the difference, so you can relax and enjoy your lunch! Check out the vid to see how it works —>

0 Designers: Kaito Choy, Zhenmin Li, Hyokwon Kwak

Functional Wall Art

Functional Wall Art

The Wallmonds Hanger is a sculptural, wall-mounted rack designed to keep your handy things handy! Its irregular waves are functional for hanging objects of various size and also create a barrier for conveniently storing smaller objects like keys and mail directly behind. Made of solid birch plywood and beech, it’s robust and durable for a lifetime of use. Get it here!

0 Designer: Gonçalo Campos

Imaginary Faces

Imaginary Faces

Though its construction is skeletal and light, the Hedron table uses simple geometries to give the illusion of mass. The dual octahedron supports not only give the piece structural integrity, but create invisible planes that are easy to imagine as solid figures.

0 Designer: Benjamin Migliore

Business On the Top, Party On the Bottom

Business On the Top, Party On the Bottom

This eye-catching piece, called Hudson, combines an industrial structure with sophisticated modern accents. The focal point of the design is a bright, powder-coated base of intersecting legs that seem to play trick on the eye or change shape as the viewer moves. In contrast, its slim and elegantly carved tabletop is garnished with a striking intersecting diagonal inlay and is reminiscent of traditional Danish furniture.

0 Designer: Tronk Design

Sculptural Seating

Sculptural Seating

The Armada High Armchair is defined by its forceful design and exceptional lightness, accomplished by combining the tiniest materials and giving this piece of furniture a sculptural aesthetic. The internal construction is composed of super-strong steel and covered in high quality leather or fur. A unique magnet system keeps its cushions seamlessly in place!

0 Designer: Zoran Jedrejcic

Industrial Elegance at Its Best

Industrial Elegance at Its Best

The Robert stool’s uses robust tubular steel in contrast with thin hand-carved wood to create an aesthetic that is at once industrial and elegant. The seat is curved for seamless comfort and displays a striking diagonal accent inlay. The base’s colorful powder coated finish emphasizes the toughness of the material, ensuring that users can be confident in the durability of the design.

0 Designer: Tronk Design

Koo Koo for Cork

Koo Koo for Cork

Gone are the days of using cork only for preserving wine! The mergence of the material in furniture-building has given designers the opportunity to craft eco-friendly pieces with unique (sometimes eccentric) looks. The Blackcork series demonstrates the flexibility, strength and versatility of the cork in a series of elegant stools, chairs, tables, shelving and even mirrors. Which is your fav?!

0 Designer: Toni Grilo

Colorful Construction

Colorful Construction

Robust and rustic looking, the solid oak Affolterm dining table and Danja dining chairs are fresh and funky with their turned struts in paintbox-bright colors. These cheeky accents stabilize the structures and provide a pop of color that’s perfect for a variety of styles from shabby-chic to rustic cabin.

0 Designer: Leonhard Pfeifer