Seating

Giulio Bench

This bench is pretty stunningly simple and beautiful. It can be used as a coffee table, bench, and also at the foot of the bed. The edges are crisp and thin while it gains strength towards the center of the bench with a slight elliptical shape.

[posted by kris]

Purchase Information:

Price: $998
Availability: Buy Giulio Bench here

Chair #1.2 by Yuichiro Nishizawa/everyspace

I love this chair. It’s two identical pieces of wood which can be assembled to form a chair, and can be disassembled to be put away. The notches can be used to hang the chairs on the wall if you like.

Certified Canadian maple, zero formaldehyde emission glue, water-base clear coat finish.

25″ w x 18″ h x 25″ d x 1/2″ thick

[posted by kris]

Purchase Information:

Price: $600
Availability: Buy Chair #1.2 by Yuichiro Nishizawa/everyspace here

Prouve Standard Chair

Despite my tendency to buy black furniture, I’m really liking the different color options of the Prouve Standard Chair…it might take some time to save up for several, but just one in any of the colors would really make a strong statement.

“Tubular steel piping is enough for the front legs that take relatively little strain, whereas the back legs are made of voluminous hollow sections and pass the strain on to the floor.”

16.5″W x 32″H x 19″D, Seat height at 18.25 inches

Purchase Information:

Price: $695.00
Availability: Buy Prouve Standard Chair here

White Fishnet (limited edition), 2006

I love, love, love this chair. Too bad it’s got the ‘price available on request’ tag- that pretty much means that I definitely can’t afford it.

“This chair is hand-made by Marcel Wanders through his studio in the Netherlands, in a limited edition of 20 pieces. A Certificate of Authenticity is provided.”

materials: aramid and carbon fibers; epoxy

33″ x 14″, height 29.5″

space lounge chair by Design Jehs+Laub, 2006.

The Space lounge chair shell features a fiber-reinforced synthetic material, matte lacquered in silver or with high-gloss lacquer in white or black. The front is separated into four sections to provide support and comfort to the seat, back and arms which are upholstered in fabric or leather. The base is powder coated steel, available with swivel or fixed.

[posted by kris]

Purchase Information:

Price: $2,185.00
Availability: Buy space lounge chair by Design Jehs+Laub, 2006. here

Vega Bench

This might look good in an entry way, or perhaps several lining a wall would look nice in a large space.

[posted by kris]

Purchase Information:

Price: $798
Availability: Buy Vega Bench here

saruyama sofa set by toshiyuki kita for moroso

This would certainly not be an impulse buy for most of us, but if you happen to have it in your budget and decorating needs, the saruyama sofa set may just be what you’re looking for. The set of three sofas was designed by Toshiyuki Kita for Moroso in 1989. Each sofa has it’s own unique style and design, and all three fit together to make a circular seating arrangement.

Made of a self-supporting frame in stress-resistant polyurethane foam at varied densities.

Purchase Information:

Price: $26,887.00
Availability: Buy saruyama sofa set by toshiyuki kita for moroso here

Becca Stool

We’ve posted this before, but this is the first time I’ve seen it used as a record player stand with storage underneath for records.

[posted by kris]

Purchase Information:

Price: $490-$510
Availability: Buy Becca Stool here

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Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair, LCW

For a limited time, DWR is offering free standard shipping on the classics. So, if you’ve been wanting something, now there’s an excellent excuse to get it.

“The Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair (1946) has been referred to as the “most famous chair of the century,” with a form that relates directly to the human body and holds no secrets as to how it succeeds technically. Low-slung, with an expertly crafted molded plywood seat and back, this chair cradles the user and features hardwood inner ply for durability.”

Purchase Information:

Price: $629.00
Availability: Buy Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair, LCW here

Loft Sectional

“An ultra cool design approach delivers luxurious comfort in a handsome modern sectional. The polyester bouclé upholstery has a soft pebbled texture. The pillowtop cushions and the sleek, low seat deck make for an inviting place to relax after your busy day. Sectional styling means it’s versatile enough for a small space or able to be expanded considerably. Add and subtract pieces to adapt to your modern lifestyle and the shape of your room. The bottom cushion/pillowtop fastens with Velcro, which keeps it in place and and makes it easy to remove for cleaning. A strong and beautiful stainless steel base provides a solid foundation for this elegant modern furniture. Includes five matching pillows.”

[posted by kris]

Purchase Information:

Price: $1998
Availability: Buy Loft Sectional here

Naha Chair

I’m actually really flabbergasted at the well proportioned design of this chair coupled with the amazingly affordable price.

Purchase Information:

Price: $298
Availability: Buy Naha Chair here

Orbit Sofa by Eero Koivisto

Not sure if anyone has been lusting after this sofa, but it’s now on sale (half off) so if you’ve been wanting it, you better act fast.

wool cover. chrome legs

[posted by katie]

Purchase Information:

Price: $3,176.00
Availability: Buy Orbit Sofa by Eero Koivisto here

ch20 elbow chair

The CH20 Elbow Chair (1956) by Hans Wegner is now available to the public for the first time.

 29″ h | 20″ d | 22″ w | seat: 17″ h

[posted by kris]

Purchase Information:

Price: $805.00
Availability: Buy ch20 elbow chair here

Cosma sofa bed

This sofa wins the award in my book for most surprising Sofa Bed.

Available upholstered in fully removable fabric or leather.

[posted by kris]

Purchase Information:

Price: $3590.00
Availability: Buy Cosma sofa bed here

Nakashima Straight-Backed Chair

At this price, it would be strange not to treat it as a precious possession, but even so, it is a remarkable piece that shows thought and care in design and production.

‘Presenting a very special re-introduction: the Nakashima Straight-Backed Chair (1948), designed by George Nakashima for Knoll. Nakashima was an MIT-trained architect who was known to describe himself as “Japanese Shaker.” This was meant to express his belief that his designs should be treated as everyday functional objects, not precious possessions.’

Solid walnut with solid hickory spindles.

H 30″ W 22.5″ D 17.5″ Seat H 17″

Purchase Information:

Price: $710.00
Available from: Hivemodern