Take a closer look at Ligne Roset's Togo, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.
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A cork and foam adjustable kid's stool that can be assembled and disassembled by your children.
A stool that doubles as a place to store items that are not in use, like a bag or jacket. Or, maybe your dog. Whatever floats your boat.
The Guilielmus 010 is an outdoor table plus bench that defies gravity, or at least looks like it.
A homemade machine wraps wood pieces together with thread to create furniture without the need for nails or screws.
A line of home furnishings, and a building, covered in used rubber inner tubes.
Say goodbye to heat lamps! A heated outdoor bench that's the answer to our prayers.
A modular line of furniture components to create various types of seating and tables.
A collection that was inspired by tropical modernism movement of the 1950's in Brazil.
A sofa system with a unique name: M.A.S.S.A.S. Can you guess what it stands for?
Take an afternoon to weave a two-tone sail rope hammock to double up on relaxation time.
The Campana Brothers take over a NYC gallery in their first solo gallery show in the U.S..
A chair that looks as if it has been wrapped in a cloak.
Upholstered seating whose materials are made using wind from windmills.
Philippe Starck created a modular lounge system for Cassina that's built for comfort and staying connected.
Open offices and coworking spaces can be loud and busy! Find some quiet with these new products from TILT.