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Since announcing in June that they would be working together, Steelcase and west elm have teamed up to offer an initial suite of products designed to help create inspiring, high-performance places where people love to work. These products will be available in the U.S. and Canada in mid-December 2018.
A famous design chair can often contain architectural manifestos in miniature, loaded with aesthetic and social arguments on how to live and make.
Many high-end lamps with thin elegant forms are made of metal. But a new lighting series from the London-based design studio Industrial Facility is composed of a bioplastic derived from castor oil.
The BuzziNordic ST900 series is a trio of lounge pieces, including a daybed, single armchair, and a matching ottoman, made from Cumaru hardwood that’s durable enough to brave inclement weather.
Popular Lounge System from Viccarbe now produced by Coalesse for North America
with expanded finish options.
The multifunctional design offers a person a place to work or rest with its upholstered seat with built-in bag holder and desktop that can be used in various positions.
Danish design brand Warm Nordic is bringing back an iconic, decades-old design from 1957 originally conceived by Danish architect Hans Olsen.
Five Girard patterns are being reissued as rugs by the textile company Maharam, and they include some long-forgotten favorites.
Scandinavian Spaces, together with partner brand Lintex, modernize communication solutions for the current working world and educational environments.
Industrial designer Carl Gustav Magnusson has collaborated with Allseating on its new Zinc collection.
Furniture brand Thik Things is on a mission to revolutionize kids’ surroundings so they’re more fun and supportive for all.
Springboard, a North Carolina based manufacturer, has launched A-Frame, a versatile line of multi-purpose working surfaces.
HBF's new Link Satellite Table, designed by Space Copenhagen, boasts multi-purpose use with a lightweight, flexible design.
Conventional ways of working are going by the wayside as we continue to see new ideas pop up for open offices, co-working spaces, and privacy furniture.
LAYER’s Benjamin Hubert brings his signature style to a collection of modular seating where he adds an element of fashion that makes each piece stand out.
The Elemental Collection by Hightower exemplifies the migration away from yesterday’s yawn-inducing tropes of “office furniture,” infusing an approachable modern aesthetic facilitating connectivity and connection within the workspace with a rare attention to shape, texture, and color.