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For a cozy Scandinavian take on an office sound absorber, try Abstracta’s quilted fabric version on ash legs.
Knoll expands its line of classic American office furniture with a worktable set on tubular steel rails and legs.
This streamlined version of the classic task chair features a mesh seat and back that allow a range of poses without manual adjustment.
The French designer’s ideal work chair warms up the category with a walnut veneer shell, Gabriel upholstery, and leg options including casters (as shown) or wooden legs.
A seat made from steel, nylon, polypropylene, and aluminum was designed to accommodate nine new postures identified in a company study on how people work today.
from one of the stalwarts of American workplace design includes a butterfly-shaped back that allows for dynamic, flexible support.
The designer’s ergonomic legacy lives on with a chair that features a tri-panel mesh back and the company’s patented mechanism-free recline.
The Random Light, by Bertjan Pot for Moooi, has a cocoon-like form is crafted of durable epoxy and fiberglass. The body is a unified piece; lightbulb access and replacement is carried out though an...
A hand-blown glass diffuser hangs from a chrome-plated steel stem and base in this truly one-of-a-kind design by Ernesto Gismondi for Artemide.
Artek's A110 pendant has been shining brightly since it was designed by Finnish founder Alvar Aalto in 1952. The lacquered aluminum lamp directs focused rays—like a spotlight for your...
Online Exclusive at YLighting. JJ, originally designed in 1937, is now a legend of contemporary design. Timeless, up-to-date and very trendy in its form, JJ is now dressed in provocative colors,...
Designed by Poul Henningsen, the PH Artichoke is a 360-degree glare-free luminaire created by 72 leaves that shield the light source, and redirect and reflect the light onto the underlying leaves,...
A mid-century classic, the Bubble Lamp was first designed by George Nelson in 1947. These famous lamps are part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Designed by Front for Moooi in 2006, the life-size Horse Lamp is polyester and sports a lamp shade, as all good horses do.
The Portland Cement Co. makes these tiles out of a proprietary concrete, which is cast in a wedge-shaped seven-inch-hexagon mold and left to dry overnight, then for a few weeks on a baking sheet.
Enclosed upholstered seating is the trend du jour. This sofa, available in 57 colors of Kvadrat fabric, also includes a central “e-box” for hiding cables.
The urban cyclist is often the one who can least afford giving over a chunk of the living room to her bike. But the ingenious Bike Shelf by San Francisco designer Chris Brigham solves the problem...