MADE is a juried section of emerging and returning designers at the Architectural Digest Design Show, where the theme is GIRL POWER.
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Solid wood tables and benches disguise sound absorbers underneath their surfaces to help minimize noise in the home or in public spaces.
Panama Banana is a quirky outdoor rocking hammock that can also be used as a soccer goal.
Regular Company makes smooth, curvy furniture with fluid shapes.
Herman Miller spent more than two years remastering the iconic Aeron Chair with new innovation and new materials.
A sofa that stands out not just for its sculptural shape but because it's beautiful from all angles with its open wooden frame.
Benjamin Hubert of LAYER continues his partnership with Fritz Hansen by adding a star base to the Pair™ collection of chairs.
Dumoffice designers chose natural woven cane for their vintage-inspired, modern BuzziCane chair that was designed for BuzziSpace.
Philippe Starck takes the director's chair design for a modern spin and reimagines it for Magis with a little help from technology.
Benches that defy gravity with a look of weightlessness coming from the balance of blocks of wood and brass legs.
An innovative modular seating system for Blå Station called Bob.
A cool daybed for extra seating, TV watching, lounging, or overnight guests.
A cozy seating collection inspired by the idea of being wrapped up under covers.
Lujo, known for their ability to maximize relaxation, has reinvented the bean bag.
Soufuu is a playful meeting spot that encourages you and your friends to meet up and start some new habits, like resting and disconnection.
Leander's Linea Cot goes from a newborn crib, to a regular crib, to a toddler bed, and eventually to a two-seater sofa.