Rox rockers in tubular steel and leather by Davis Furniture.
Canoe rocking chair in stainless steel with vinyl upholstery by Modway Furniture.
Corky Lips chair upholstered in cork leather by Neo Design Studios.
Bastille chair in polished and powder-coated stainless steel with polyester upholstery by Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams.
Basket chairs in powder-coated stainless steel by Studio Stirling.
Ladies & Gentlemen Studio’s Ovis hanging chair in metal and maple with painted-leather sling by AVO.
Eduardo rocking chairs in seike wood with leather upholstery by Adriana Hoyos.
Classic rocking chair in ash by Smilow Design.
Rail-back armchair by Smilow Design.
Credenza in walnut by Smilow Design.
Woven-leather armchair and armchair by Smilow Design.
Endless Flow rocking chair in recycled plastic by Dirk Vander Kooij.
Kreature Lite chair in fiberglass-reinforced polypropylene by Gordon International.
Good Egg swivel chairs in plywood with polyester and sheepskin upholstery by Thayer Coggin.
Hughes sofa in brass and ebony with cotton-velvet upholstery by Munna.
Ottens chair and ottoman with plywood frame, molded polyurethane-foam padding, and wool upholstery by Allermuir.
Fluid Ribbon chair in lacquered aluminum by Nella Vetrina.
Gerrit Rietveld’s Steltman chairs in felt by Spectrum.
Sesann leather-covered sofa with ash feet and polyurethane-foam padding by Tacchini.
Riemann chair in polished stainless steel by Craig Van Den Brulle.
Metamorfosi chair/valet in solid ash by Morelato.
Shelter armchair in larch with polished-copper legs and leather upholstery by Christian Liaigre.
LaSelva Studio’s Cosmo sofas with beech bases by Missana.
105 rocking chair in molded maple and birch by Wintercheck Factory.
No. 5 sofa with white-oak frame and wool upholstery by Kalon Studios
Andrea Kordos and Tony Round’s Origami chair in birch plywood by Cut & Fold.
Nova C benches in waxed plywood and powder-coated steel by Green Furniture Concept.
Elk chair in walnut veneer with powder- coated steel legs and Varsity charcoal polyester-acrylic blend by Gus Design Group.
Muros chair in chestnut by Domohomo.
Poem swivel chair in leather and beech by Brühl.
LC2 club chair by Cassina.
LC14 taboret stool in chestnut by Cassina.
LC9 stool with Indian cane or leather seats by Cassina.
Get in quick because the company only produced 1,000 LC4 CPs, a luxurious update of the classic chaise longue sheathed in two-tone Louis Vuitton leather.
A landscape digitally printed on 100 percent linen bedecks Co-create Fleurs Enchantées Prairie by ABC Carpet & Home, conceived by emerging French designer Céline Iris Chassary. The cotton-padded steel-frame stool is 18 inches wide, 14 deep, and 12 high—suitably petite for small spaces. abchome.com.
Eric Berthes mined art deco tropes to create Jeremie, a deep daybed dressed in cheery hues by Milano Bedding. The feather backrest pillows and the seat—of down and polyurethane foam—are upholstered in Designers Guild fabric. Choose the standard wenge finish or any RAL color for the solid beech base. The pull-out sofabed version with 75-inch long mattress is perfect for a sunny snooze. milanobedding.it.
Jean Prouvé’s 1939 design Fauteuil de Salon by Vitra, reimagined by Dutch clothing brand G-Star, marries industrial modernism with of-the-moment urban cred. The powder-coated steel frame and leather-covered seat and back get new colors—mainly somber darks; armrests are oak. The piece is just one of many standouts from the Prouvé Raw Office Edition collection, created to furnish G-Star’s Amsterdam headquarters, a 2014 Rem Koolhaas design. How cool
is that? vitra.com.
Prolific Japanese studio Nendo by Industry does it again with Tokyo Tribal.
A basket-shaped backrest of handwoven bamboo rattan provides the foil for an angular solid oak frame, partially covered in a mixture of plaster and gray volcanic sand. industryplus.com.sg.
Talk about twice as nice. Push the halves of the Cosmo sofa together to form a love seat; part them and you’ve got twin armchairs. Prefer thrice as nice? There’s a larger, three-part option, too. Offered in eight hues of pure wool upholstery, the units are manufactured in Toronto by Studio Lulo. studiolulo.com.
Campbell bench in bronze and polished lacquer with silk-velvet upholstery by Chai Ming Studios.
Twig benches in gilded cast aluminum by Gold Leaf Design Group.
Doop bench in walnut with black-lacquered interior by Roberta Schilling Collection.
Pi stools in stained recycled oak by Stil Novo Design.
Tinatin Kilaberidze’s Long bench in walnut, maple, and ash with merino-wool upholstery by Valerie Goodman Gallery.
Pierre Paulin’s reissued daybed in varnished beech and walnut with polyester upholstery by Ligne Roset.
Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec’s Diapositive benches in clear gray and extralight glass with oak details by Glas Italia.
Molletta bench in cedar and Carrara marble by Luce di Carrara.
Windsor Smith’s Elis bench in brass and suede by Arteriors.