A lightweight stool that looks like a strand of DNA when stacked.
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Want to find out how your favorite modern products are made? Take a peek back at 2014's Deconstruction column.
We highlight the most popular outdoor finds we featured in our Get Out! column in 2014.
A stool with a faceted surface that looks as if it was carved by hand, but instead it was done through a 3D modeling technique.
An exploration in the relationship between concrete and yellow pine.
An eye-popping installation including furniture and clothing that focuses on a black and white grid.
An innovative surface material made from stitched wood.
Cheeky stools that kinda look alien-like, but they'll totally be your companion.
A colorful side table is made from pine and wrapped with reused plastic bags that have been crocheted into strands.
After long experimentation, Raw-Edges figured out a way to permanently dye wood through all its sections.
Sandro Lopez debuts a new collection of furniture with visually interesting silhouettes.
A family of tables and stools by Atelier NOAH for Coop Etabli featuring strong angles and graphic details.
LA based design studio Bend adds new, colorful wire furniture to their collection.
With an aluminum base and different types of cushions, you can create a multitude of outdoor seating options.
A stool and a side table outfitted with a simple mounting system that makes moving a cinch.