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Explore - Furniture
The modular system, which features an attached coffee table and removable upholstery, works as a stand-alone seat or can be combined to create a sofa.
Sofa beds are perhaps the quintessential transformable pieces. Unlike staid pull-outs, this fold-down model offers a more streamlined silhouette.
A carbon-fiber frame makes the stackable chair ultra-light (it weighs just five pounds) and strong (it can support up to 300 pounds). Durable enough to use indoors and out.
The 51-inch-long table sports a durable laminate surface—ideal for working and food prep. When unfolded to 102 inches, it reveals a refined walnut-veneer top.
Strips of beech wood are steam-bent to create the stool’s frame, which folds flat when not in use. The canvas seat comes in blue, black, and off-white.
The compact charcoal-dyed cylindrical oak bedside table opens to reveal interior storage shelves.
German designers Sebastian Schneider and Florian Kallus created a wall-mounted wood desk that folds up to reveal storage pockets.
Instead of an overstuffed upholstered armchair, consider Eindhoven-based American designer Max Lipsey’s riff on a racing bicycle frame: a seat in perforated leather and metal.
For many, formal guest rooms are rare, but visitors aren’t. Luckily, this set of four beds folds neatly into a console. Rope handles act as drawer pulls.
Instead of run-of-the-mill nesting tables, consider a set of pivoting pieces that tuck together neatly when in stealth mode.
Raising furniture off the floor offers visual breathing room. Arper’s upholstered wire-base seat accomplishes this feat remarkably well.
The oak-and-glass tables jigsaw together to form a tightly packed trio and can be separated when the mood strikes.
The real magic of this wood-frame, foam-stuffed sofa comes to the fore when you’re moving: It breaks down and packs flat to make navigating narrow doorways and stairwells a cinch.
Designed in bright, bold polypopylene with a chromed steel structure, the Maui is an elegant, versatile chair suitable for both business and home use. The chairs are stackable for easy storage, and...
The Mademoiselle Chair by Philippe Starck marries the iconic polycarbonate frame used in a number of Starck desigsn for Kartell with fabrics from notable Italian fashion houses like Missoni and...
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.
from one of the stalwarts of American workplace design includes a butterfly-shaped back that allows for dynamic, flexible support.
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.
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.
This streamlined version of the classic task chair features a mesh seat and back that allow a range of poses without manual adjustment.