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Don't be fooled by the graceful curves and fold of the Ribbon Lamp, because this slick desk accessory packs a powerful lighting punch. Using CCFL technology—the same that's illuminating...
Designed by Jean Prouve in collaboration with Jules Leleu for the Sanatorium Martel de Janville, this circa-1936 red enameled-metal piece features an enameled-wood writing surface, side-top...
Quistgaard created this 1967 teak piece, which has a rectangular top with a hinged flip-top superstructure and is fitted with drawers and pigeonholes above a four-drawer frieze. It was...
A sleek and stunning teak piece, designed by Kai Kristiansen in the 1960s. The floating design features three drawers with full-width tab pulls, a filing cabinet, brass keyholes, and 2...
Guariche designed this piece, made of palissander, white formica and steel, in 1962. It features a formica-lined open front area, with two drawers on the reverse side, and a simple steel x-shaped...
This solid walnut piece features a stout pedestal with three drawers with inset handles; Nakashima designed it to be positioned on either the left or the right, depending on the user's need. The...
Marcel Breuer designed this maple desk in 1938 for the dormitory at Rhoads Hall, Bryn Mawr College.
It's tough to remember all the way back when our only possessions were playthings, and everything we owned could be carted around the house with pride. Scot and Amy Herbst of Kaiku designed the...
Vedel is often credited as being one of the very first designers to take furniture for children seriously. This piece, designed in 1957 and constructed of beech plywood, features slats on either...
Created in 1929, this tubular steel-and-canvas chair was manufactured in Vienna for Gebruder Thonet. Creating quite the sensation for its lack of arms or conventional legs, the B33 was among the...
These swiveling and sturdy multi-ply steam-bent wood chairs were created by German furniture designer Adam Stegner and were produced by Pagholz Flototto in the 1950s. They bear the manufacturer's...
When Ray and Charles designed this birch-veneer piece in the 1940s, they did a short run of only 5,000. Today, the piece is reproduced by Vitra and carried elsewhere, but this one is an original...
Danish designer Kay Bojesen, best known for his menagerie of carved-wood animals, created this solid-beech rocking horse in 1951 for Rosendahl, who recently reissued the piece (albeit with smaller...
Created in the 1955 by Danish furniture designer Nanna Ditzel, this teak high chair is rare and in excellent condition. Ditzel, who trained as a cabinetmaker, also crafted a pine and oak version,...
Created in 1960s Czechoslovakia, this spruce set features a black-laminate top, red enameled sides, and comes with three seventeen-inch-tall stools. Unfortunately the designer is unknown.
Though the Leros coffee table is available au naturel, we prefer the colorful geometric web created by leather laces stretched across the chrome-plated stainless steel frame.
Though not attributed to a particular designer, this circa-1952 plywood-and-painted-wood piece found a place in the Museum of Modern Art's permanent collection. It was designed for and manufactured...
Aalto created this chair, made of bent plywood and bent laminated birch, for Turku–based furniture purveyor Huonekalutehdas Korhonen Oy between 1931-32. It is in the permanent collection...
Following in the Finnish tradition of minimal designs and even fewer words, Harri Koskinen’s new sofa bed is simply named “Sofabed.” It’s a versatile three-seater that works...
Curating a set of effortlessly mismatched dining chairs can be a difficult task, unless it’s designed that way. Spindle legs and a classic Swedish stick back are the family ties that bind...
Arc’s solid base of cement and fiber mimics the sweeping curves and crests of a tensile fabric structure, and this peaked construction can also weather the elements outdoors.
The harvest pattern of pea pods, poppies, and broccoli in this Puutarhurin Parhaat fabric depicts a “gardener’s best yield,” part of Marimekko’s stylish new In Good Company...
It's always the right time at the right place with the Streets Clock. These very cool pieces are completely customizable in a few easy clicks, and allow you to take the streets and waterways of...