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Explore - Yellow
Mother Nature’s finest beech meets man-made plastic in this stackable seat that makes the most of both materials’ properties.
When the enameled steel Krenit bowl was first released in the 1950s, its designer Herbert Krenchel said, “The idea was to make a beautiful bowl, preferably so functional and delicate that it...
For this versatile indoor/outdoor seat, Philippe Starck mined the silhouettes of the Arne Jacobsen Series 7, Eames Shell chair, and Saarinen Tulip armchair.
An aluminium diffuser teetering on an attenuated steel base holds superslim LED lightbulbs and defies traditional desk lamp logic.
These lightweight stools stack up in a rainbow spiral for easy storage. Two newer iterations—an upholstered version and a barstool—were introduced at this year’s Stockholm...
Arti’s low-profile glass surface looks simple but weighs up to 15 pounds. It comes in a dozen colors, and the digital display is large enough to read across a countertop.
Designer Araya Jensen hand-dips each hand-carved bowl in synthetic rubber, so no two bowls are exactly alike. The cheerful result is a tactile, unique piece.
Hand-cut by Guatemalan craftsmen from recycled post-consumer wine bottles, this carafe includes a matching lid that doubles as a tumbler. Artecnica's tranSglass line is included in the permanent...
Designed to tuck neatly into the seat of the Flux Chair, the Flux Cushion provides an extra layer of comfort and customizability to this remarkable seating.
The cord—usually the afterthought of any lamp—shines in this simple, clever lighting solution. Supported by a near-invisible clear frame, the orange cord offers shade, base and power to...
Träullit Dekor is an environment-friendly, recyclable material made from wood wool, cement and water. The natural components together provide many functional characteristics such as, moisture...
Jacobsen designed this canape in 1939 for the city hall in Søllerød, Denmark, and it has never been produced for the retail market. Its Danish modern form is updated with bright yellow upholstery ...
These cashmere-and-merino wool blankets are woven at a 250-year-old mill in Scotland; cleverly, the pattern spells out the word “love” in Morse code.
These affordable colorful glass vases by French designer Christophe Pillet for Kartell debuted at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile.