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.
Designer: Laura Petraitytė
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!
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!
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!
Designer: Giancarlo Cutello
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!
Designer: Sunnmoo Pan
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.
Designer: Vered Venezia
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!
Designer: Florian Dussopt
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.
Designer: Davide Tonizzo
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!
Designer: Davide Tonizzo
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.
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.
Designer: Miguel Mestre
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.
Designer: The Common Project