Munkegaard by Howe. Munkegaard is back and even better. The reengineered version features three layers of veneer, reinforcing the vulnerable narrow area where the back bends to meet the seat.
Bandas by Gan. In this coordinated collection of seating and floor coverings, wool rugs with exploded cross-stitching adorn blocky lounges; textiles can be switched out as the mood dictates, thanks to Velcro fasteners.
Michel Club by B&B Italia. Lean modular seating units can be configured in dozens of ways, creating a superflexible sectional with low-key charm; the inner structure of sterilized dow and shaped polyurethane foam ups the comfort level.
Alpin by Hussl. The Viennese designers' longstanding fascination propelled them to conceive this contemporary collection in maple, ash, oak, and walnut, with laquered, oiled, stained, or bleached finish.
Wafer by Matsuso T. Mårten Claesson, Eero Koivisto, and Ola Rune's sleek side chair juxtaposes attenuated edges with chunky stripes of solid maple and walnut.
Mariposa by Vitra. Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby prove just how chic overstuffed seating can be with this sofa, whose slender adjustable back and winglike side panels bring to mind a butterfly in flight.
Meta by Dune. This pyramid-inspired hybrid table/bench pairs steel legs with a triangular Corian top hand polished to a high gloss (and cushioned here with fiery City Velvet polyester by JAB Anstoetz).
Season Mini by Viccarbe. The latest extension of the designer's Season series, this petite polyurethane-foam-padded pouf packs a punch thanks to concealed wheels and a built-in handle.
Series 7 by Fritz Hansen. A design constant since its 1955 introduction, Arne Jacobsen's seminal Series 7 chair graces homes, offices, cafés, and shops worldwide. Now the supple one-piece body gets an update from Danish artist Tal Rosenzweig (aka Tal R), who was commissioned to develop nine new stains and lacquers for the series's 60th anniversary.
Tender by Lamm. Never has seating been so, er, Tender. Father-son design team Paolo and Francesco Favaretto, of Favaretto&Partners, intend the word here in the nautical sense, as the small boat that attends a large vessel.
The latest star tapped to design for Moroso's M'Afrique outdoor collection is Marc Thorpe, whose Husk chair tapers gently around the body and extends thornlike, above the sitter's head, to form an inviting nook.
The Spot stool is upholstered in a wool blend by Andreu World.
The Merano barstool in beech by TON.
Felt Fin ottomans in Kvadrat Divina wool by David Weeks Studio.
Hallgeir Homstvedt's Pal barstools in lacquered ash by Hem.
Particles Junior ottomans in wool-bend upholstery by Encore Seating.
Aia poufs in polyester or vinyl by Ondarreta.
Tibu stools in powder-coated steel by Magis.
Vluv ottoman in gray merino wool with red piping by Hock.
Pop adjustable barstool in ash by Gärsnäs.
Chipman stools in powder-coated recycled aluminum by Landscape Forms.
Whimsy seating in polyurethane foam with polyester upholstery by National Office Furniture.
CH88 by Carl Hansen & Son. CH88 receives a mini reboot that revisits the colored-metal frame of the original prototype with two visual schemes: earthy and cool.
Oculus by Carl Hansen & Son. Arriving in new colors later this year is Oculus, is an armchair with a distinctive eye-shaped detail in the upholstered back.
Reportage by Roche Bobois. Philippe Bouix's Reportage takes cues from a sickle moon. The lounge's adjustable slim back comes topped with down-filled cushions. An armchair and ottoman complete the mini collection.
Landscape by Dune. NEA Studio's polyurethane-foam sofa comes as a corner or straight unit-- as well as custom sizes and configurations-- so you can build your interior Landscape of your dreams.
Cubit by Cubit Chair. The lightweight chair-- with ergonomic foam back and seat covered in poyester microfiber-- folds into a 17-inch stool. Plus, an acrylic tray clips on top to form a table.
Comback by Kartell. Relax and Comback to basics with Patricia Urquiola's ultramod Windsor, produced in sturdy molded thermoplastic.