Wood has been and remains one of the primary materials we use for products in our everyday life. What has changed over the years is our treatment of the wood! Moving away from the loud, heavy antique furniture designs, modern-day technologies have brought us wood for the refined taste. This collection has been specifically curated to address this modern version of wood as we see it in the uber-trendy minimalism and Japanese inspired trend. Just like the wooden peg used to hold the cushion in place in the design above to the knife made from 97% wood and only 3% alloyed carbon steel, this collection will bring unique and modern wooden objects to your everyday life.
During the day, the NightLanding lamp gives the visual impression of a detailed 3D city map. At night, the lamp comes to life, illuminating a fabulous city light view.
Meet SKID, the Wooden Chef Knife made from 97% wood and 3% high alloyed carbon steel by LIGNUM
Koda Light Float is a waterfront house on pontoons, attached to the shore. It is a space-efficient movable house created by Kodasema
SIXtematic BELLE is a 2 in 1 make up stand & writing desk by Sixay Furniture
North hanger table or the Bookhanger Table is a wooden desk specifically designed for reading books and easily hang those are halfway read by the Korean Studio B.U.S. Architecture
The Woodieful Chair is a minimal and multifunctional furniture design made of high-quality beech wood by Klavdija Jarc
Royal System® Workstation consists of wall-mounted wooden rails, shelves with hangers and cabinets, drawers, and desks, which can be customized in multiple individual combinations designed in 1948 by legendary Danish designer and manufacturer Poul Cadovius available now through Skandium
Sliabh is series of a sculptural chest of drawers and sideboard built-in solid Oak by John Lee
The Pocket Chair comes with a leather pocket built right into the side of the chair that can be used for either storing tools and equipment by Kewey Loke