We take a look at three fresh outdoor collections from Spanish company POINT.
Textured yellow stools created by manipulating a machine's software.
Scholten & Baijings' COLOUR WOOD series of tables are inspired by a traditional Japanese joinery technique.
A stool made from apple wood with apple-shaped components that make up the seat.
A decorative totem that also acts as seating.
A bent plywood stool that's held together with hidden magnets.
Shinya Yoshida is a Japan-based designer who specializes in designing furniture, accessories, and other necessities for the home.
Quintessence is a series of furniture inspired by traditional Romanian and Moldovian craftsmanship.
'Traditional as radical' was the title of Sebastian Cox's Master's thesis, and he's revived it for his British furniture design business.
Halo is a series of furniture each with a distinct design element – the arc shape.
Captured in an elevation of gradients, these mountain-inspired works are made of sand.
A work chair that allows your body to stay more active by allowing for different sitting positions.
YIELD Design Co launches some new work with their signature aesthetic at ICFF.
Bernhardt Design brings on Terry Crews, Tift Merritt, and Joe Gebbia, to design collections for a brand-new perspective on design.
The Twins family began with just armchairs and has grown to include a new sofa and footrest.
Studio Corelam is launching a 3-piece collection for small living.