Prismatic Perfection

Prismatic Perfection

The Prism table tells a story. No matter what angle you look from, it will always show you something new! Like a prism refracting light, this table takes lines of color, emerging from a single bar, and stretches them across its frame. By weaving and twisting its linear geometry, the internal structure transforms from point to point. The maze of mixing colors creates surfaces that together form a beautiful whole.

0 Designer: Maurie Novak

Squirmable Seating

Squirmable Seating

There’s something very honest and friendly about this simplistic yet inviting chair and footrest combination called Nuno. Everyone knows that when it comes to seating, true ergonomics mean you can adjust the position of your body and the chair will follow suit… not the other way around. That’s precisely what it achieves with thoughtful construction applied to otherwise basic materials. Check it out!

0 Designer: Emelia Lucht

The Same, But Different

The Same, But Different

Metropolis is a project designed to express two opposing bedside tables- one representing day and the other night. The overall shape of the tables are the same, but the details and colors are in complete contrast. Day is portrayed as more calm, friendly and inviting… while the night has more of a extroverted, polarizing, even sinister character.

0 Designer: Brian Khouw

Quick Set Table

Quick Set Table

Hate setting the table? Try the Element table with its integrated storage of preset place-settings! The clever cubbies facilitate faster and easier dinner preparation. At the same time, the table also encourages cell phone free mealtimes by providing cushioned cell phone storage drawers for diners to store their devices and focus on face-to-face communication.

0 Designer: Zach Schlossberg

Professional Storage Doesn't Have to be Impersonal

Professional Storage Doesn’t Have to be Impersonal

The Mia Ped is a container that goes beyond the traditional concept of office drawer systems, combining multiple functions in a single object! It’s truly a personal container, totally configurable by the user. What’s more is that it doubles as a stool for quick meetings at your desk. Take a peek inside —>

0 Designer: Dieffebi

Double Duty Seating

Double Duty Seating

As you might guess from the name, the Octahedrons stool takes inspiration from simple yet functional geometries to form its multifunctional shape. How is it multifunctional? The support system is created using equilateral triangles that give it structural integrity whether it’s sideways or upright. Interchangeable seats adapt  to either position to accommodate one or two people depending on the user’s functional or aesthetic needs.

0 Designer: Benjamin Migliore

Bring the stars inside!

Bring the stars inside!

You’d be hard pressed to find a single person who hasn’t laid back and enjoyed the night sky. This creative design capitalizes on our very human curiosity with the stars, mimicking the twinkling starlight, outdoor noise and even scents to create a therapeutic and relaxing space to sleep. Whether it’s too cold outside or you’re just trying to avoid creepy night crawlers, it’s perfect for cozying up next to someone in the comfort of home.

0 Designer: Natalia Rumyantseva

Undulating Desk

Undulating Desk

The Nitska desk is a reflection of waves and water movements frozen in time. Soft and gentle-looking yet rigid and durable, the design’s “melting” visual peculiarity is sure to be a functional focal point of any reception area or office space.

0 Designer: Nuvist

Modern Multifunctional Desk

Modern Multifunctional Desk

Reminiscent of rolltop desks from the early 1900s, this take on the multifunctional cabinet desk incorporates modern amenities like integrated LED lights and power sockets to enhance your modern workspace. Classic, minimal styling lets you achieve that sought-after vintage look without sacrificing the necessities for powering your modern devices.

0 Designer: Laura Petraitytė

Feel Free to Fidget!

Feel Free to Fidget!

The H-Lounge was designed around the idea that a chair shouldn’t dictate how one should sit. Its gently arched corners provide just enough support to comfortably nest your bod, but not so much that it restricts being able to switch up your position completely. A simple architectural structure and fluid form mean freedom of movement and absolute comfort for active sitters!

0 Designer: SOLV

Tablet Desk 2.0

Tablet Desk 2.0

Deceptively simple and highly adaptable, the Bee9 Tablet Desk 2.0 is designed to redefine not what a desk is, but where you can put it. Its simple yet effective tablet sliding system adapts to the user’s needs quickly and easily. The drop-leaf design’s material frugality and small footprint make optimum use of limited space, making it perfect for the apartment or small studio. Watch it in the making!

0 Designer: Bee9

We've Got Felt Fever

We’ve Got Felt Fever

The Ivetta chair goes to show that simplistic design doesn’t have to be cold and uninviting! Available in both legged and rocking versions, the frame is composed of solid beech wood with seat back and arms are wrapped in soft felt. Despite its elementary geometries, it’s as cozy as can be!

0 Designer: Giancarlo Cutello

A Scorpion Without the Sting

A Scorpion Without the Sting

The Scorpion chair earns its title from its shape which subtly mimics the form of the creepy crawly creature by the same name… only with 3 legs instead of 8! Formed using a traditional Chinese mortise and tenon joint structure, the nail-less design falls somewhere between a chair and stool with its single extended leg that serves as a small back. Don’t be deceived by the name… it’s friendlier looking than you might think!

0 Designer: Sunnmoo Pan