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Understated Scandinavian style is translated to an uncomplicated yet sophisticated chair design, courtesy of Dane Cecilie Manz. The upholstered seat is hand-stitched where the leather piping meets...
Ten hues of drawstring stitching contrast Poliform’s multitude of fabric options, all wrapped around Massaud’s sinewy chair frame. We recommend the higher-contrast shades, from an electric blue to...
The deceptively slouchy seating collection by young Italian designer Luca Nichetto is meticulously pieced together and finished with black, red, yellow, or white macro zigzag stitching on one of...
This cozy three-seater is part of the retro-influenced PS collection. Moving away from what the designer calls “heavy, clumsy” modern sofas, this light and airy tubular-steel number is made with...
Someone’s finally done it: a high-design beanbag chair for adults. Frolla’s removable cover features cordonnet stitching in an electric blue yarn; the base fabric comes in beige or gray cotton.
This modular sectional has the low-slung, relaxed silhouette of an Italian sofa three times the price. Bright persimmon contrast stitching adds just the right amount of oomph to the otherwise...
Italian designer and architect Antonio Citterio has worked with Vitra for 25 years, and these benches—part of the Grand Repos collection—demonstrate how classic lines can be updated without looking...
58 percent rayon, 39 percent cotton, 3 percent nylon
The M.A.S.S.A.S. collection is compact and tidy, defined by the raised, tacking-like stitching along its seams. Upholstery fabric is bonded to wadding to create an ubersturdy covering for its...
Tubular steel pieces often feature a gentle bend, but the Swedish manufacturer Blå Station creases the corners as an angular statement. Comes in fabric or leather upholstery.
Coedition of France debuted its inaugural line this year. Prolific designer Patricia Urquiola created the Altay, which sports a glossy black coat on its beech frame.
Movable cushions make it easy to get comfortable on this dowel-backed looker. Choose from white oiled oak or a darker smoked-wood version.
Using a mixture of recycled polypropylene and natural wood fiber, the Italian manufacturer has made a stacking chair whose production is kinder to the environment.
Marrying new materials with traditional ones, this lighting series features 3-D printed nylon shades and a Swiss-pine structure.
Consisting of tightly woven strands of paper yarn, the Midsummer rug is hypoallergenic, stain resistant, and easy to clean.
Oak legs support a tabletop made from Fenix-NTM, a water-repellent, anti-bacterial surface developed using nanotechnology. Though it looks like stone, the surface is soft and warm to the touch.
Bumpy upholstery offsets the rigid oak structure.
Quilted stitching over foam padding gives this seat dimension and depth.
Bronze glass panels joined at right angles create cubbies for storing books and magazines.
Standing just over three feet tall, British designer Russell Pinch’s table lamp has an ultra-thin ash veneer shade. When illuminated, the natural wood grain becomes visible.
Taiwanese designer Kenyon Yeh takes the shape of a pushpin and increases its size exponentially for his cork combination stool and end table.
Made in the United Kingdom from slip-cast terra-cotta, oak, and cork, the Element Vessel works as a vase, decanter, or sculptural object.
The gradient on this glass pendant by the Swedish studio Front transitions from opaque on the bottom to clear up top, creating a cloudy look.
A chromed-steel frame finished in brass or gold supports walnut-veneered MDF tops. Available in four different bases, including the Pied X Double Plateau.
PS 2014 corner cabinet by Keiji Ashizawa