6 Stylish New Seats
Designer: Mårten Claesson, Eero Koivisto, and Ola Rune for Modus
Standout: Ottomans by the Claesson Koivisto Rune founders are wrapped in lengths of saddle leather that double as handles for portability.
Designer: Oki Sato for Minotti
Standout: Nendo’s chief designer named his chairs after garment draping tape, here conceived as a ribbon of bronzed stainless steel that secures feet in the same material.
Designer: Marcel Wanders for Roche Bobois
Standout: The sofa’s hot-air balloon-shape arms are a playful tribute to great inventors of the past, a theme throughout the Interior Design Hall of Fame inductee’s Globetrotter collection.
Designer: J.J. Martin for Kartell
Product: La DoubleJ
Standout: Furniture from the manufacturer’s archives, including Patricia Urquiola’s Clap chair, is upholstered in the fashion designer’s vintage-esque prints.
Designer: Hlynur V. Atlason for Ercol
Standout: The Atlason Studio founder adapted a 1956 archival design into painted ash chairs with one, two, or no arms that gang together to form communal seating.
Designer: Sebastián Angeles and Sergio Morales of Dórica Taller
Standout: Sheet music inspired the industrial designers’ Pentagrama range of furnishings, including this daybed framed in tzalam wood and steel.