- New Zealand furniture company Resident has caught our eye with its sleek, minimalist furniture and lighting.
The mix-and-match buffet is available in a wide array of material combinations (two types of wood and 30 colors of matte laquer, plus chromed steel).
More complex than it seems at first glance, each of Novague’s origami-inspired aluminum chairs requires eight hours of fabrication.
The round, concrete landscape planter is finished with a raised geometric motif and a raw, sandblasted finish.
A sooty finish for stainless-steel flatware made in Portugal elevates everyday utensils.
An internal pendulum keeps this clock ticking, and its balancing function makes the piece rock like a metronome.
This Hans J. Wegner design was originally created in 1956 and released by Carl Hansen and Son in 2005. The chair is stackable, and suitable as either a dining or a desk chair. The seat of this chair is made of molded veneer, and is available upholstered in fabric or leather.