The Go-Anywhere Chair

The Go-Anywhere Chair

Introducing, Sitpack: the world’s most compact, foldable seat! In its collapsed form, it’s so small it can fit in your pocket… but expand it and you’ve got a comfy place to rest your bum. The magic lies in its unique telescopic structure that’s easily stretched and locked in place in mere seconds. Perfect for long lines of any kind, concerts, sporting events and more!

0 Designer: Theo Fischer Ginman

Screw It

Screw It

The fantastically simple Frida stool and side table are so sensibly designed they’ll make you say DUH! Each composed of just 4 flat-pack pieces, their clever construction is held together with just a single butterfly screw that locks the pieces in place and gives a touch of color. Easy to assemble and aesthetically adorable!

0 Designer: Zanocchi & Starke

At Home With Lammhults

At Home With Lammhults

The Lammhults Home collection explores the brand’s softer side with a series of seating, tables and storage solutions that balance Scandinavian utilitarianism with inviting essence. From legged pastel poufs to matte black umbrella stands, the collection finds visual strength in signature clean lines and contrasting materials and textures. Elegant, economic and ecological, there’s a timeless piece for every purpose and personality.

0 Designer: Lammhults

The Perfect Pouf!

The Perfect Pouf!

If you’re a Japanese food aficionado, you might’ve guessed that the Onigiri armchair pouf was inspired by the world’s most adorable rice balls by the same name! Minimal yet inviting, the cozy cushion is the perfect place to plunge into after a long day. Its flexible form and eco-friendly fabric hug and cuddle just right with each time you sit! Own it HERE!

0 Designer: Alessandro Di Stefano for Formabilio

Move Over Ikea!

Move Over Ikea!

This ultra-utilitarian system of paper and tape furniture, called TapeFlips, brings a whole new meaning to affordable DIY furnishing! The design’s rigid pre-sized paper panels can be reconfigured and combined to make a variety of functional pieces including chairs, tables, shelving and storage. After putting together, users can also customize their pieces with paint or markers for a truly one-of-a-kind aesthetic, something you wouldn’t think of with higher priced furnishings.

0 Designer: Petar Zaharinov

If Mary Had a Little Pouf

If Mary Had a Little Pouf

More than just a pouf, Cora is a 4 legged friend designer Manrico Freda describes as being a “half shorn sheep!” The design’s whimsical character and 11 playful color combinations make it a welcoming addition everywhere from the foyer to the dressing room. Topped with super-cozy natural wool felt, it’s simply the perfect place to put your bum!

0 Designer: Manrico Freda

This Sofabed is Sofa King Cool!

This Sofabed is Sofa King Cool!

A convertible sofa is the most sensible seating for small spaces, but finding one that is both functional and aesthetically appealing can be like looking for a needle in a haystack! This design by Matthew Lewis Hill is that needle. With a focus on Scandinavian design values of simple style and functionality, it transforms from comfy couch to supple sleeper in seconds. A built-in side table adds to its versatility, saving valuable space while enhancing its usability.

0 Designer: Matthew Lewis Hill

The Modern Space Age Stool

The Modern Space Age Stool

With it’s aerodynamic shape, winged seat and functional rivet accents, the C5 bar stool subtly reminds of aviation, but it also draws inspiration from the iconic Googie architecture of the 1950s. With its exaggerated geometries and spacey shapes, its a quirky addition to industrial-style interiors. Presented in a stark white and natural wood contrast, it’s also sophisticated enough to compliment kitchen islands or the household bar.

0 Designer: OEDESD2

Sculptural Semitransparent Seating

Sculptural Semitransparent Seating

Camou is an everyday chair that focuses on variation for the body. Inspired by the posture in horseback riding, as well as textile constructions from architecture, the chair provides flexibility of movement to create a variety of sitting positions well beyond the norm! With its form the result of function, the result is an organic shape enhanced by a “transparent” 3D textile that creates interesting visual effects as the viewer changes perspective. It’s something totally different… DO WANT!

0 Designer: Christian Sjöström

Doe, A Deer, A Freakin Awesome Chair

Doe, A Deer, A Freakin Awesome Chair

Inspired by the Cervidae (deer) family, specifically the geometries & smooth joints of its antlers & tall, strong stance, Elka is an exploration of organic transitional geometry & multi-axis CNC machining. Balancing the simplicity of structure & complexity of the curve, Elka finds beauty in the subtle details, soft transitions & sharp lines that create contrast within its overall form. Reinforced with steel pins, Elka exploits new tech in CNC machining to create seamless joints & expose stunning topographies within the grain.

0 Designer: Oscar Pipson

Yesteryear's Furniture, Today

Yesteryear’s Furniture, Today

Modeled on an abandoned stretched Eames Fiberglass Shell Armchair at the Henry Ford Museum, the design imagines the lost prototype reborn using the most modern materials with the most traditional methods. It’s woven out of 12k carbon fiber with a modified weaving pattern that gives it substantial strength & single-digit lightness. In the spirit of Eames’ design philosophy, its transparency lays bare its own construction methodology with visual access to every part, giving it an aesthetic coherence that feels both uncanny & curiously natural.

0 Designer: Matthew Strong

Perplexing Puzzle Chair

Perplexing Puzzle Chair

Part of a larger collection of flat-pack furniture, the Lese Chair’s defining character is found in its clever construction. Composed of CNC milled beech plywood and polycarbonate, the only screws you’ll find are in the seat back and leg extensions. The rest of the structure is held together using 3D puzzle principles. So puzzling that you’ll be glad you have a place to sit and think about it!

0 Designer: Konstantin Achkov

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

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