4 Striking and Sustainable Side Tables
Interior Design‘s 2023 Top 100 Giants see an increase in the opportunity for sustainable design choices. It’s only natural that these eco-forward picks prevail.
Eco-Forward Furnishings That Double As Conversation Starters
Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance’s Burnt Cork tables by Made In Situ.
Clover side table in natural and toasted cork by Grain, through Colony.
Herzog & de Meuron’s Corker stools/side tables in dark cork by ClassiCon.
Together and Apart modular furniture unit in cork by Bjarke Ballisager.
Interior Design Unveils the 2023 Top 100 Giants
Interior Design unveils the Top 100 Giants of 2023. Research suggests the A&D industry is bouncing back after a challenging few years. See the stats.
These Lucky Side Tables are Made from Sustainable Materials
Grain uses sustainable materials like cork, which sequesters carbon from the air as it grows, for its Clover series of side and coffee tables.
Estudio Campana and Paola Lenti Team Up to Eliminate Fabric Waste
The Metamorphosis collection by Estudio Campana and Paola Lenti offers a form of renewal for textile scraps.
Abner Henry Teams Up With The Met for Latest Collection
Contemporary design brand Abner Henry collaborates with the Metropolitan Museum of Art on a collection inspired by the institution’s artworks.
An Origami Game Inspires New Seating by MUT Design and Ames
A paper toy’s familiar shape inspires seating that references the game’s folding pyramidal forms courtesy of MUT Design in collaboration with Ames.
Surf Pro Kassia Meador Collaborates on Ethereal Wallpaper
The design of this clay-coated wallpaper explores moments where water meets earth in Eskayel’s collaboration with pro surfer Kassia Meador.