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  1. Forest Glasses

    Forest Glasses

    When you’re too thirsty to see the forest for the trees, this collection of evergreen glasses should help keep you suitably quenched. Pick your poison, choose your chalice, and sip ...

  2. The Drop Speakers

    The Drop Speakers

    Greetings, earthlings! Take us to your iPod. Blast off with bumping beats from these Scandyna space oddities with sound as clear as a radio transmission from ground control to Major Tom.

  3. Victoria Butler Coatrack

    Victoria Butler Coatrack

    The deceptive disarray of this shiny rack is anything but random. Careful composition of 19 lacquered dowels provides multiple pegs for the clothes you cast off as you stroll through the apartment...

  4. Slide Sofa

    Slide Sofa

    A superior sofa must be versatile, accommodating any number of potential scenarios; who knows what will play out on a spread of comfy cushions? Anna Hart’s settee sets a stylish scene with...

  5. Strauss Chair

    Strauss Chair

    Sibling rivalry is rough. What to do when you’re related to the Gebrüder Thonet Vienna Café chair (No. 18), one of the most recognizable seats of the last 178 years? Straighten up and stand tall,...

  6. PH50 Lamp

    PH50 Lamp

    Break out the bubbly, it’s time for a toast. Here’s to the golden anniversary of Louis Poulsen’s colorful classic PH5—recently reissued as PH50—and cheers to a very bright future indeed.

  7. Wired Lamp

    Wired Lamp

    More an outline of a lamp than a lamp, the clean and green lines of this table light caught our fancy among the clutter at Tent London—the Brick Lane venue for all things up-and-coming.

  8. Now Isn't That Lovely

    Now Isn't That Lovely

    Form usually follows function, and in the case of Johnson’s designs, the function is “humor, escapism, and even disgust.” When so much of design has devolved into a one-liner, we ...

  9. Hepburn Sofa

    Hepburn Sofa

    We’re guessing this new modular sofa is named after an actress and not the town in Saskatchewan. Our assertion is further verified by the elegant and unusual X-patterned seams that crisscross the...

  10. Slat Shelves

    Slat Shelves

    Painstakingly constructed from a single piece of FSC-certified pine, these angled shelves aim to minimize waste (which, incidentally, maximizes the use of small nails) during the construction...

  11. Transport Lamp

    Transport Lamp

    Developed by the Crafts Council and retailer Twentytwentyone, Ten’s collection posits that sustainable design can be positive and beautiful through a series of charming small-scale household...

  12. Whisky Stones

    Whisky Stones

    For the purist who wouldn’t dream of diluting a single malt, just chill these soapstone squares and add them to your favorite tipple for cold cubic comfort, ice-free and literally on the rocks.

    $20.00

  13. Flow Pitchers

    Flow Pitchers

    If leaning forward is a nonverbal way of expressing desire and intent, then these ceramic pitchers from EQ3 want nothing more than to pour, pour, pour. Forget the ebb, these funky flagons were de...

  14. Mason Jars

    Mason Jars

    Better suited to a Traveling Wilbury’s tabletop than a pantry, this Mason jar won’t preserve preserves, but as a bud vase, its shape suggests you “Handle With Care.”

    $56.00

  15. Eon Wrapping Paper

    Eon Wrapping Paper

    If it really is the thought that counts, wrapping presents in a sheet of Eon paper makes you the Fibonacci of giving. Four extra patterns make unwrapping anything a thrill.

  16. Level Bookcase

    Level Bookcase

    Primary colors and black lines put Piet Mondrian into history and onto the grid. Arik Levy’s Level bookcase gives green a go and yellow the boot, though it still evokes the Dutch de Stijlist’s...

  17. Low Chair

    Low Chair

    Inspiration is unpredictable: Thankfully, the muse for Jasper Morrison’s leisurely curled and wooden-slatted Low chair was a found wine crate and not a discarded box of Franzia.

  18. Lounge Chair

    Lounge Chair

    Lie back, relax, and tell us about your mother. Innovative bent-wood, L-leg construction ensures this lounge chair’s longevity, so generations to come can reflect on the simplicity of good design.

  19. Womb Chair

    Womb Chair

    This chair was initially released in 1948 with the catchy title No. 70 and later became known as the Womb chair thanks to its inviting embrace. A padded and upholstered fiberglass shell sits on a...

    $2380.00

  20. J.J.

    J.J.

    The undersized J.J. was created to complement Citterio’s oversize Arne sofas. Steel rods support a stained oak frame, between which a series of crisscrossed seatbelt-like bands make up the seat,...

    $4500.00

  21. Facett

    Facett

    The brothers Bouroullec conceived the angular Facett range much like a piece of origami—its unique stitched cover unfolding into a single sheet. It’s available in a range of fabrics, and the...

    $2685.00

  22. Take A Line for a Walk

    Take A Line for a Walk

    The unusual name for Häberli’s chair comes from artist Paul Klee’s description of drawing. The chair’s steel frame is covered with injected polyurethane foam. Upholstering options vary. Base...

    $3500.00

  23. Ola

    Ola

    With its gentle curves, Ola (or “wave”) earns its name ably. The chair is made from rigid polyurethane upholstered with foam and a fixed cover of either stretched Lycra or leather.

  24. Neopolitan Bamboo Plywood

    Neopolitan Bamboo Plywood

    Strips of different lengths and widths of bamboo glued to a solid core of plywood with natural adhesive. Bamboo is from managed forests in China.

  25. Engineered Flooring

    Engineered Flooring

    A layer of hardwood bonded to two wood sublayers. More than 15 choices of wood available, including Australian chestnut, White tigerwood, and Chocolate oak.

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