Architect Benjamin Hall started making furniture with his own hands in the middle of the rolling hills of Washington, where the only road marker was “Mile Post 112.”

Now based in Arizona, his furniture line, appropriately called Mile112, could be considered usable art. The contemporary pieces are smart, clean and rooted in architecture. Pictured above is his Moo.less chaise.

Magic Carpet – chaise made with leather and 100 yards of thin Sisal twine, hand-wrapped.

L’Editeur – the perfect desk for the avid magazine reader.

Love this little cubby.

Matchmaker – this desk is made with varying sizes and colors of wood, and you can see the different shapes if you peek underneath: