The Disfatto Collection by Denis Guidone

The Disfatto Collection by Denis Guidone

The Disfatto furniture collection has been created by Denis Guidone for Italian manufacturer D3CO.

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Bahir Furniture Collection by Jörg Boner

Bahir Furniture Collection by Jörg Boner

Swiss product designer Jörg Boner has created the Bahir furniture collection for German furniture manufacturer COR. Enjoy!

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Float Sofa by Karim Rashid

Float Sofa by Karim Rashid

Karim Rashid's new Float Sofas for the Spanish furniture company Sancal are playful sculptural works of art for designed for sitting. The forms on these sofas seem to blend equal parts of Flintstones & Jetsons cartoon chic. Known for his use of color and geometry Karin developed new textiles that can be used individually on the arms, seat back and headrest.

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Bloom by Leon van Zanten

Bloom by Leon van Zanten

Léon van Zanten from the Netherlands designed an interesting vase shaped TV stand called the Bloom.

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Floating Beds

Floating Beds

The Floating Bed is an advanced hanging bed. It’s gentle rocking provides better sleep, health benefits & the feeling of floating. With a Memory Foam mattress, a flat sleep surface, adjustable firmness, durable & weather proof, rated to hold 1000 lbs.

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The Havet Cabinet by Snickeriet

The Havet Cabinet by Snickeriet

Havet by Swedish furniture brand Snickeriet is a cabinet made out of pine. The surface treatment resembles a stormy ocean, created by combining traditional craftsmanship with an unconventional technique. The pattern is chiselled by hand using an angle grinder. Just like the waves on a windy sea, each cabinet created will be unique.

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Modern Hi-Macs Kitchen by LG Hausys

Modern Hi-Macs Kitchen by LG Hausys

LG Hausys designed an ultra-modern kitchen made entirely from HI-MACS - natural acrylic stone.

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Keramos cabinets by CoProdotto

Keramos cabinets by CoProdotto

These amazing colorful Keramos cabinets were designed by CoProdotto - cooperation between Adriano Design and La Castellamonte. Keramos is a modular container with ceramic shell which makes it immediately recognizable, and which reminds us of the terracotta jars, par excellence containers in human history, which preserved over time their contents. Keramos is a special, not ordinary, piece of furniture, container of precious things which needs to be preserved more than contained.

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The Corliss Chair by Studio DUNN

The Corliss Chair by Studio DUNN

The Corliss Chair by Studio Dunn cleverly integrates traditional American hardwood construction in its maple seat with a graceful, comfort driven, and handcrafted aluminum backing. Its true connection a secret between them, this union of sustainable and recyclable materials harmoniously joins along a curved plane. Paying homage to George Corliss, the founder of the first independently-powered steam engine, the chair naturally innovates any setting.

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Water Tower Chair by Bellboy

Water Tower Chair by Bellboy

A low lying lounge chair made from reclaimed timbers of a New York City Water Tower designed by collaborative wood shop based in Brooklyn, New York - Bellboy.

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Fusion Tables by Matt Robinson

Fusion Tables by Matt Robinson

Solid wood tables manufactured by hand in American Walnut and Maple. An almost cartoon-like appearance brings a sense of fun into an everyday piece of furniture.

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Swingrest by Daniel Pouzet

Swingrest by Daniel Pouzet

The ultimate hanging lounge, Swingrest is one of the first products to emerge from Dedon Island resort, our Outdoor Living Lab in Siargao, The Philippines. Pouzet, co-architect and designer of Dedon Island, took his inspiration for the Swingrest from the extra-high ceilings of the resort’s villas. Borrowing the basket-like bottom from his earlier creation, the Nestrest, he has managed to create an altogether new work that feels even more spacious (and fits more people) while seeming to take up less space.

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