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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.
Taiwanese designer Kenyon Yeh takes the shape of a pushpin and increases its size exponentially for his cork combination stool and end table.
Latticed red, orange, and brown textile cord make up the sides and back of the indoor-outdoor lounge chair.
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.
The petite secretary desk can fit in even the smallest home office; its powder-coated legs are available in eight colors.
A space-saving office suite that stacks, expands, and hides clutter is made from commercial-grade steel in Phoenix, Arizona.
Lightweight but heavy duty, these modular storage compartments—evocative of Kartell’s Componibili—connect via layers of recycled cork.
Meant as a temporary haven for an open office plan, this structure improves upon the old cubicle model with a clerestory window and a laminated felt interior.
Knoll expands its line of classic American office furniture with a worktable set on tubular steel rails and legs.
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.
Handcrafted in Portland, the Peninsula Chair—an homage to Klebba’s home state, Michigan, in name and in its honest construction—features a wood frame, leather seat, and brass details.
The top-grain leather sofa’s biscuit-tufted detailing takes its cues from 1940s designs. Made in Dallas.
Native Chicagoan Felicia Ferrone uses powder-coated aluminum to craft a table that blends magazine storage with an end table.
Minneapolis-based Room & Board produces 90 percent of its goods Stateside, like a Japanese-inspired armoire built in Vermont.
Exploring the plain, unadorned Japanese aesthetic called Su, Emeco showcases the beauty of modest materials, like concrete and reclaimed wood, in this series crafted in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania-based Knoll—known for its midcentury classics—outsourced production to Indiana for this contemporary armchair with aluminum legs that peak out from the upholstery.
Manufactured in North Carolina, the walnut frame with a sling back and seat marries Scandinavian sensibilities with American craftsmanship.
This isn’t your standard pull-out sofa; pushing the backrest down creates a flat sleeping surface. Available in hundreds of fabric and color combinations.
Inspired by a baseball glove’s shape and stitching detail, the versatile upholstered lounge chair features soft, rounded edges—a boon for families with young children. Made in the USA.
Thin layers of white onyx are placed atop acrylic to achieve an acid-washed look for the steel-legged tables.
Available in 21 hues spanning lemon yellow to rich purple, Swell now comes in two- and three-seat models.
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.