1. Designer: Kenneth Cobonpue of Kenneth Cobonpue.
Standout: Fabric-wrapped foam, woven macrame-style onto the headboard’s steel frame, mimics the tactility of natural fibers.
2. Designer: Catia Salci for Cappellini.
Standout: Fronting the deep-blue particleboard cabinet is matte-lacquered melamine with a textural finish reminiscent of a rippling ocean.
3. Designer: Nendo for Glas Italia.
Standout: The cabinet base features layered glass panels, each sandwiching a different-colored film.
4. Designer: Kelly Hoppen for Resource Decor.
Standout: Dancing across the cabinet’s poplar door fronts, mirrored-brass-finish stainless-steel hardware is at once organic and geometric.
5. Designer: Mauro Lipparini for Casa International.
Standout: The designer toys with light, shadow, and tone in this modular shelving unit, offered in a variety of wood veneers and lacquers.
6. Designer: Jonathan Adler of Jonathan Adler.
Standout: Laminated and lacquered goatskin accented with polished brass and ebonized rubberwood nods to the formal inventiveness of Wiener Werkstätte designs.
7. Designer: Michael Berman for Theodore Alexander.
Standout: Corrugated oak with a wire-brushed finish mingles with flat-lacquered oak, the juxtaposition suggesting a yin-yang interplay.
8. Designer: Piero Lissoni for Living Divani.
Standout: The designer lays down on the job, so to speak, adapting his popular Extrasoft sofa into a low-profile platform bed with asymmetrical-height headrests.
9. Designer: Éric Jourdan for Ligne Roset.
Standout: Tables and storage units in solid cherry and laminated aquamarine glass pay tribute to the modernity and transparency of Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House.
10. Designers: Larry Lang and Denise Hall of Lang Hall.
Standout: Tapered legs of Santos rosewood support a trio of glass tabletops in this insectile piece, bringing to mind caterpillars and Louise Bourgeois’s supersize spiders.
11. Designer: Daniele Ragazzo of Daniele Ragazzo.
Standout: The coffee table’s generous slab of fiber-reinforced concrete is held aloft by irregular shards of colored glass, proving that something seemingly frail can sustain something more robust.
12. Designer: Christophe Delcort for Avenue Road.
Standout: It’s a study in contrasts: Graceful legs coated in glossy black lacquer support a rough-hewn plank tabletop of naturally finished solid oak.
13. Designer: Jean-Marie Massaud for Poltrona Frau.
Standout: Solid-oak rods arranged vertically on the bookcase’s razor-thin laminate rails form light grids that can be rearranged as desired, for function or fancy.
14. Designer: Max Kasymov of Max Kasymov Interior/Design.
Standout: The Moscow designer’s gamble with MDF and high-contrast glossy lacquer pays off in a sideboard inspired by the game of chance.