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tom dixon’s low slab tables

LIKE MID-CENTURY MODERN LEGOS, Tom Dixon’s Low Slab tables can stand alone but truly shine when arranged together. Each piece is made …

mt1 chair

IT MAY BE AN UNDERBELLY but it’s definitely not seedy–the MT1 chair unabashedly shows off its sensuous curves both inside and out. …

lazy mary

WHEN EVEN LOUNGING IS TOO MUCH WORK consider Monica Graffeo’s Lazy Mary, designed to accommodate users with a distinct disdain for anything …

cut-in-half cutting board

ONE CUTTING BOARD IS NEVER ENOUGH, so designer Ed Annink created the Cut-in-Half which actually separates into seven smaller pieces. Sizes for …

shimna

MINIMALIST LUMBERJACKS will love Shimna’s modern yet hearty wood furniture. The seats themselves are classic contemporary: fabric tightly wraps around slightly curved, …

koshi lighting collection

A FUSION OF BOTH HEMISPHERES, the Koshi lighting collection is designed by Italy’s Manuel Vivian and recalls the style of traditional Japanese …

snooze/rocking snooze

SLEEK AND MINIMALIST, the BlÃ¥ Station Snooze and Rocking Snooze chairs are no-nonsense chairs with a touch of femininity for flavor. Compression-molded …

shirtscape

WHILE CLOTHES MAKE THE MAN, Shirtscape may very well make the clothes with its organic-meets-futuristic design. Although just a concept at present, …

jack stool by jonathan nesci

JONATHAN NESCI’S stylish JACK stool debuts this Saturday at ICFF (booth 1969) and we can’t wait to get our hands (and tushes) …

pentatrays

OWN A (GRAPHICAL) PIECE OF NEW YORK and eat off it too with these chic Pentatrays. Handmade by a Rhode Island artist, …