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Chairs designed by Nendo for Desalto as part of the all-white “Softer Than Steel” collection, which uses bending and folding techniques to dematerialize steel forms.

Chairs designed by Nendo for Desalto as part of the all-white “Softer Than Steel” collection, which uses bending and folding techniques to dematerialize steel forms.

This “Boxer” large plywood cabinet was designed by Studio Matter-Made with small living spaces in mind. The cabinet is modular so it can easily go through apartment doors and halls with ease, and then is assembled into a larger unit. The black geometric pattern therefore is customizable depending on how the smaller modules are configured.

This “Boxer” large plywood cabinet was designed by Studio Matter-Made with small living spaces in mind. The cabinet is modular so it can easily go through apartment doors and halls with ease, and then is assembled into a larger unit. The black geometric pattern therefore is customizable depending on how the smaller modules are configured.

"Coracle" chair designed by Benjamin Hubert for De La Espada. The chair frame is wrapped with automotive leather, with woven leather straps creating the seat and back.

"Coracle" chair designed by Benjamin Hubert for De La Espada. The chair frame is wrapped with automotive leather, with woven leather straps creating the seat and back.

"Grand Repos" reclining lounge chair and ottoman designed by Antonio Citterio for Vitra.

"Grand Repos" reclining lounge chair and ottoman designed by Antonio Citterio for Vitra.

"Twice Twice" clock designed by Jonas Damon for Areaware

"Twice Twice" clock designed by Jonas Damon for Areaware

"Volant" sofa designed by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso. Volant is also available as a single lounge chair and a stool.

"Volant" sofa designed by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso. Volant is also available as a single lounge chair and a stool.

New bathroom furnishings, designed by Rui Pereira and Ryosuke Fukusada, called “Tile Sashi” which features a material mix including cork, red clay, and slices of tile. 

New bathroom furnishings, designed by Rui Pereira and Ryosuke Fukusada, called “Tile Sashi” which features a material mix including cork, red clay, and slices of tile.