Our home posts run the gamut from practical storage to seating built for technology. Take a look at the top 10 of 2013:
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A collection of easily assembled furniture that comes with custom hardware that acts as essential design elements.
A shelving unit that was inspired by the complex engineering of suspension bridges.
A minimalist shelving unit built out of round pegs and environmentally-friendly fibre cement.
A wall shelf called Chuck made up of flexible wooden planks that adjust around the objects you want to display.
A bookshelf made to display your books like a weighted scale.
A collection of storage pieces that's actually a cast of characters.
The next stop on our tour of the Brompton Design District is Mint.
Furniture held up by screws - not joined by them.
Cabinets made of foam rubber that change the more objects added to them.
Spinning shelves provide storage for your books with a table on top.
A contemporary bookshelf inspired by traditional mosaic graphics.
LivingBlock collection by Antonio Serrano Bulnes for Mad Lab inspired by childhood "toys."
Use objects to define your bookshelves by stacking them to hold up the shelves.
A geometric bookshelf that steps away from traditional wall and corner shelves.
A chair that's also a bookshelf, lap desk, side table & magazine rack all wrapped up in one.