“Enabled by wireless tablets and smart phones, today’s offices have adapted to the fluid interactions needed for teamwork, yet rarely provide space for private rest, concentration or ‘personal time’. When individual workers need a moment away from the group, what new furniture types will support their rest and concentration? If new work cultures require an integration of living and working, then what is the new vision of physical rest in a professional setting?”
Designed by Studio Thol for the discerning household.
Designed by Paul Kweton, the rocking-2-gether chair is “a hybrid between a rocking chair and dog/cat house.”
Not to be left out, the Lisa, Homer, and Marge chairs are after the jump.
This stunning storage option was designed by Leonhard Pfeifer.
Designed by Castor, the chandelier is a unique cluster of burnt out light bulbs that are lit from within.
Sports-related lighting for the win.
Whether you hang it on the wall or set it on your desk, this clock designed by Vadim Kibardin is a minimalist’s dream. Available for pre-order now.
A one-of-a-kind coffee table “inspired by an unlikely combination of sources: German architect Mies van der Rohe, miniatures and alt-rock band Pavement’s album, “Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain.””