This Chair by Sebastian Herkner is Made to Move
German designer Sebastian Herkner ingeniously melded the mobility of a task chair with the comfort of a lounge chair. Light in scale and with an attached leather handle on the back—not to mention a glide or caster base—Tote by Davis Furniture practically begs to be moved around. Pull a pair over to the sofa for group conversation or into a corner to create a spontaneous tête-à-tête area. Although conceived for office lobbies, collaboration zones, and hangout spaces, it could work just as perfectly at home. The fully upholstered plywood frame, cushioned with multi-density foam, can be specified in any of the company’s fabrics or leathers (or custom).
Júlia Esqué and Moooi Bring a Viral Chair Rendering by Andrés Reisinger to Full Bloom
Talk about the power of manifestation. Hortensia, the Interior Design 2021 Best of Year winner for Residential Lounge Seating, began life as a 3D rendering by Andrés Reisinger that went viral on Instagram. Customers wan…
10 Monochrome Seats in Surprising Shapes
Sit back and unwind in these bold seats that prove a monochromatic palette is anything but boring.
Acerbis Revisits a Classic Side Table From 1989
Everything old is new again. At least when it comes to Florian, originally created by maestro Vico Magistretti in 1989. The company reissued the collapsible side table as part of the Remasters series from Acerbis, a seve…
8 Furnishings and Home Accents Made in America
From textiles with architectural motifs to graphic 70s-inspired wallpaper, these home accents showcase the best of American-made designs.
Elena Frampton and Dumais Made Collaborate on a Collection of Handmade Ceramic Lamps
This limited-edition capsule collection of handmade ceramic lamps was inspired by the scenery on Long Island’s East End.
This Artful Pendant Light Fixture Evokes the Shape of a Seed
An elongated glass pod and individually cast chain links are highlights of Seed, a new pendant light fixture by Roman and Williams Guild.