Echoes Chaise Longue by Christophe Pillet

The Echoes S.H. chaise longue expresses a different stylistic interpretation by combining metal framework with cowhide: a traditional, eye-catching combination that, thanks to the ergonomic curves of the seat and backrest, also provides the utmost in comfort.Read More →

Grogan Sofa for Moroso by Patricia Urquiola

The name and inspiration for Moroso’s Gogan sofa come from Japanese culture. The shape of the sofa is reminiscent of flat stones moulded by natural elements that safeguard and adorn river and lake borders. Solid, yet not so smooth that they may be stacked on top of one another.Read More →

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The Malmo Outdoor Collection has a slim powdercoated stainless steel frame with a tightly woven seat base and wrapped arm details, inspired by the minimalist elegance of Scandinavian design. Read More →

Studio Más Design Lamp

Studio Más, known for designing products and furniture that are simple yet unique, released their Lamp Más in 2018. Created especially for the 2018 Young Retro Seoul Design Festival, Lamp Más was inspired by analogical behaviour and retro-like colour and shape and designed to have a beautiful balance between the pull switch and the lamp body.Read More →

Tacchini functional ottomans

Tacchini aspires to improve the quality of home and public spaces with its furniture. As a result, Tacchini is always analysing and improving its products and services with zeal, inventiveness, and accountability. Read More →

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Birgit Jürgenssen works with constellations and interactions influenced by gender-specific projections, physicality, and identification. Her affiliation in the feminist-oriented group DIE DAMEN (with Evelyne Egerer, Birgit Jürgenssen, ONA B., Ingeborg Strobl, and Lawrence Weiner) aided her in placing her objects between everyday life and role play. Read More →

Favela Armchair

They began designing products together in 1983, using waste, wood scraps, cardboard, rope, and other materials.Read More →

Sitzmaschine

Josef Hoffmann’s Sitzmaschine armchair, introduced in 1905, is a symbol of modernity that blends functionality and design. The chair’s aesthetic, built in collaboration with J. & J. Kohn, is pioneer in bentwood furniture, showcasing Jugendstil’s geometric principles. The design represents an evolution in adjustable furniture, combining innovative materials with artful architecture.Read More →

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Rhys Cooper, an Australian designer, created Credenza, a minimalist credenza. The Credenza is a simple, modest storage solution with minimally designed cabinetry construction and a solid wood display surface.Read More →

Rudder Table by Isamu Noguchi, 1949.

The post-World War II era marked a significant period in home furnishing design, with designers experimenting with new shapes and materials. Functional modern design emerged with scaled-down furniture for smaller homes, featuring innovative creations like the shell chair.Read More →

Robo-Stacker recycled design

Robo-Stacker early example of the ‘Recycled Design’ Movement. Whirlpool washing machine drums were used to create general-purpose storage.Read More →

Armchair 1949, Hans J. Wegner

He simplified the chair’s structure so that the sculpted backrest and arms form one continuous element. The turned legs rigidly support the deep seat rail and top piece without the need for stretchers, combining an expressive form that draws on Chinese precedents with natural materials and a rationally conceived design destined for the most exacting factory manufacture.Read More →

Modular Table, modular coffee table system by Claisse ArchitecturesRead More →

How High the Moon Armchair by Shiro Kuramata

Shiro Kuramata’s inventive transformations of everyday industrial materials, including steel mesh, terrazzo, corrugated aluminium, and steel cables, pushed material technology to new design limits. Read More >Read More →

Red and Blue Armchair by Gerrit Rietveld

The Red and Blue Chair’s visual impact has ensured that it will always be a staple image in any history of twentieth-century design. It has become a metaphor for the Modern Movement along with the Schröder home.Read More →

Pack Horse is a ‘active’ leisure chair that will accompany you on your mental journeys. A chair that allows you to become lost in analogue creative pursuits like writing, painting, reading, playing guitar, or listening to records. Read More →

The Lassen Chair was created by Flemming Lassen, Magnus Sangild, and Marianne Viktor in 2018 as a tribute to Flemming Lassen’s uncompromising dedication to detail, aesthetics, quality, and form.Read More →

The Brooklyn-based studio Fort Standard created the Planar Side Table, a minimalist side table. The idea for the project cameRead More →

Hanging Loop Chair

Hanging Loop Chair by Lee Broom. Suspended from above, two brass plated steel circular hoops join to create – Hanging Hoop Chair. Read More >Read More →

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Tubular Furniture – Eindhoven-based designer Lucas Muñoz has combined industrial steel ventilation pipes to create this chair. Read More >Read More →