furniture

A Comfy Foam Bench That Turns Your Living Room Into A Park

You might not have the sun beating down on you, the smell of fresh grass, or the sounds of kids having fun, but Valerio Berruti’s Summertime couch is not only comfier than a real park bench since it’s made out of foam — you also never have to worry about it being bombed by pigeons.


A Co-Working Table With Hidden Depths

Co-working can be tough: regular users of a space have their natural sprawl, while those spending just a few hours at a desk would prefer a minimum of clutter. This desk has hidden depths to cater for all.


11 Of The Coolest Products From The Busiest Week In Design

Every April around this time, Milan welcomes creative types from all across the globe for the Salone Internazionale del Mobile — pretty much the wildest week in the design world. Although the past few years have seen efforts to curb the rampant bacchanal of new production for new production’s sake, there’s still a hell of a lot to take in.


This Side Table Gobbles Up Your Clutter Like A Hungry Animal

We all have a surface somewhere in our home that is covered in clutter: phones, wallets, coins, keys, pens, cables, tickets and all other kinds of crap. But this neat console table gobbles it all up to keep it out of sight.


This Wooden Table Is Actually Made Of Glass

At first glance, this appears to be a fairly plain old wooden table. Wait, I can you see the leg through the tabletop? That will be because this wooden table is actually made from glass.


This Classy Office Furniture Should Replace All Cubicles

Everyone needs a little privacy at work, but this usually means erecting cheap walls of plastic which depress their inhabitants at the same time they define workspace. A new line of office furniture by the folks at Rack & Tack manages to divide up a room while still being cheery, colourful and clever.


This House Hasn't Been Redecorated Since The '60s, And It's For Sale

A 96-year-old Toronto woman is finally moving out of her quaint little house. The story isn’t anything out of the ordinary — until you realise that she’s lived there for 72 years and apparently hasn’t redecorated once. Oh, and she has amazing taste.


The Table Of The Universe

Briefly: Tokujin Yoshioka‘s aptly named Agravic table sticks a marble slab between two perfectly placed prisms that balance the weight with crazy-precise accuracy. The Japanese designer calls it the “table of the universe” thanks to its apparent ability to eff around with gravity.


These Transformable Living Spaces Are Coming To New-Builds Near You

Was a time when transformable living spaces which flip, fold and swivel to maximise storage and style were the preserve of bespoke furniture. But no longer — as these gorgeous units from German manufacturer Häfele illustrate.


Casting Molten Metal On Wood With A Hungarian Design Master

When you see and touch the massive furniture of David Kiss, you feel something sensational, something deeply ancient and radiantly modern at the same time. I recently joined the Hungarian product designer and sculptor for a day, to watch his process — which verges on alchemy.