The Gumby of Chairs

The Gumby of Chairs

The first in a collection of “editable” furnishings, the Aleaf chaise lounge might first appear rigid with its sinuous, continuous form, but it’s mysteriously flexible! An internal framework of bendable supports make it possible to shape to the user’s liking. Use the arm as workstation or a custom-bend it for your relaxation!

0 Designer: DesignYouEdit

For the Modern Gentleman

For the Modern Gentleman

The SINsa series is the result of designer Dongsung Jung’s exploration into the masculine side of furniture design. The combination of two-toned walnut and bold construction give the stool, table and chair a refined, timeless aesthetic. Perfect for the classic cigar lounge or modern man cave!

0 Designer: Dongsung Jung

A Chair We'd Like to Nom Nom

A Chair We’d Like to Nom Nom

As you might guess by the name, the Candy Chair was inspired by designer Jeong Yong’s insatiable sweet tooth! Shapes taken from his sugary favorites give it a soft, inviting aesthetic. It’s probably a good thing it’s not actually edible… because it looks deliciously lemon in bright yellow.

0 Designer: Jeong Yong

A Guitarist Must Have

A Guitarist Must Have

The PIK stool combines the joy of playing music with the elegance and comfort of modern furniture design. Targeted specifically at acoustic guitar players, the aim was to design a guitar amp that captures the essence of acoustic playing environments. Aesthetically, the stool allows viewers of the performance to focus solely on the musician without being distracted by other clutter on stage! Check out the vid for the full experience!

0 Designer: Jarred Christison

A Lumberjack's Wet Dream

A Lumberjack’s Wet Dream

One of my personal favs, Duffy London, explores macabre-chic with the latest additional to the Grimm Collection: the Woodsman Axe Table. Inspired by the Brothers Grimm fairy tale “Little Red Riding Hood,” the design fits USA-made hickory axes to a solid wood top available in walnut, oak or ash. Sure to be a conversation starter, the clever construction tells a story all its own! Perfect for the cozy cabin or your man cave.

0 Designer: Duffy London

A whole new meaning to multifunctional.

A whole new meaning to multifunctional.

We’ve featured hundreds of clocks, lights, coat hangers, iPhone docks, alarms and speakers… but we’ve never seen one concept that is ALL of the above! Called Hook7, it’s seven every day tools in one puzzling object. Check it out!

0 Designer: Dongsung Jung

Antler Illusion

Antler Illusion

Antlers are an iconic symbol that’ve been around since the age of the caveman & they aren’t going out of style anytime soon! Whether it’s a cardboard mount for the house or a wearable Alexander McQueen headpiece, we love a clever twist on the familiar fragment. Just like the Antler chair! From a side view, the outline of a stag’s rack is clearly visible, but from any other angle it looks like your average chair. From the woodsy cabin to the modern loft, its subtle aesthetic compliments a variety of interior styles.

0 Designer: Dongsung Jung

The Roly-poly Pod

The Roly-poly Pod

Designed specifically for use in airports, the Slater lounge applies the best of biomimicry to create a personal, relaxing and private sanctuary while you wait for your flight! Inspired by the slater bug (more widely known as the roly-poly), each lounge has wireless internet access, power sockets, a luggage lock, and even an alarm clock so you don’t miss your flight. Forget about the airport, I want it to keep my annoying coworkers out!

0 Designer: Uriel Serrano

Repurposing done right!

Repurposing done right!

One of the most abundant and yet easily forgotten objects, the shipping pallet can be found in all corners of the world… many of which are neglected, or disposed of after use. The Re-Stacked Lounger breathes new life into old pallets, repurposing them into a lightweight mobileseating structure. Though unrecognizable from its original form, each lounge maintains the character and patina of the material for a naturally aged aesthetic!

0 Designers: Various

Carbon Creature Stool

Carbon Creature Stool

The Red Dot Award winning Plum Stool’s swift, aerodynamic form emulates natural, organic style in modern carbon material. Though delicate looking, the logical structural geometry and material quality together make it not only strong but incredibly light. To highlight this, the design’s name is a derivative of the Spanish word “pluma” which means “feather.”

0 Designer: Alvaro Uribe

Pull and voila! Stool!

Pull and voila! Stool!

Gotta love everything about the latest seating design by Benjamin Kicic! The Pull Stool is flat-pack ready and can be collapsed and opened anytime you need it. Just pull the cord to open it, or release it to make it flat. Its awesome, minimal aesthetic is shaped perfectly to comfortably nestle your buns!

0 Designer: Benjamin Kicic

The Flux Table

The Flux Table

The intricate geometry of the Flux table is derived from “Toranj,” a mathematical pattern used in Iranian architecture that generally appears as a radial effect in a rhomboid contour. The resulting structure is a three dimensional extension of the pattern, with legs that appear to drip from the convergence points of the base pattern. Though its inspiration is rooted in tradition, the form and color palette are ultramodern and even a tiny bit gothic.

0 Designer: studioINTEGRATE

Simple Made Better

Simple Made Better

If this chair looks familiar, it’s because it’s seemingly similar to the iconic Eames DCM chair that’s been a staple since 1946. Called the NoCo2 chair, it too will cradle you in a comfortable position, and also uses rubber shock mounts to buffer movement. Instead of new rubber, however, it repurposes old scrap tires to cushion both the back and seat. Unlike the Eames, extra tensioned padding is given to the seat for a “floating” effect, more comfort, and a cool modern aesthetic!

0 Designer: Peter Danko