Resting Places: These storage spaces and tables offer artful interpretations of ways to showcase--or stash--your stuff.
Eva Paster and Michael Geldmacher take their Random bookcase for MDF Italia to new heights this year with two additional sizes and a fresh range of colors.
Brazilian brand Artefacto, which is celebrating its 15th anniversary in the U.S. this year, created this Oro II table as part of the festivities.
Equally at home in the dining room or on the patio, Ben Barber's glass-topped, aluminum Ellipse dining table combines spheres and circles to create its sculptural profile.
Dutch designer Xavier Dohr's Kitale dining table, available at Avenue Road, is sculpted from solid French oak to form its top and frame.
The stately presence of architect Antonio Citterio's Eucalipto storage unit for B&B Italia is achieved with its bronze frame and eucalyptus frisee wood doors and drawers.
Poul Kjaerholm designed the PK52 Professor desk in 1955. Now part of Carl Hansen & Son's collection, this version has a reversible laminate top and lacquered frame.
Available at Design Within Reach, Francesco Rota's Jey table has a sustainable secret: Its top is made from repurposed Fenix plastic.
Keen to make a chest of drawers that could take center stage, French designer Marie Christine Dorner created the wood Entreves dresser for Ligne Roset.
A single wood panel, meticulously folded like origami to create multiple modules, forms each stacked drawer of Ron Gilad's Teorema shelving unit for Molteni & C.
The Inverted Gravity buffet showcases French designer Mathieu Lehanneur's technical expertise, as its marble top appears to float atop its glass base.
Produced in an edition of 13, the ash-and-stone Missiquoi 01 table utilizes found stone from the Missisquoi river valley, where designer Simon Johns's studio is located.
The lacquered-wood Accordo Low table, designed by Charlotte Perriand in 1985, was put into production by Cassina in 2009. Three new colors were introduced this year.
Part of Jasper Morrison's 1 Inch collection for Emeco, this bar table is a nod to the American brand's mastery of recycled aluminum.
To mark the 60th birthday of Arne Jacobsen's Grand Prix table, Fritz Hansen relaunched the beech piece with subtly improved construction that doesn't stray from its original design.
Topped with a removable metal tray, Flexform's Cabare table has a wood frame that's available in various materials, including Canaletto ash, teak, ebony, and walnut.
Marcel Wanders based the design of his Moooi's oak Woody table on the shape of an apprehensive deer. Look closely to spot a tiny metallic eye at its top.
Patricia Urquiola's Liquefy tables for Glas Italia are made of extra-light tempered glass, which gives the piece an appearance that changes when viewed from different angles.
Informed by tree trunks, the Lou dining table was made for Minotti by Christophe Delcourt, who sandwiched an amberfilm between sheets of glass to form its top.
Giorgio Armani designed the Jingo table for Armani Casa with a top of emerald-green quartzite stone--an elegant material marked by its burgundy-streaked, mint-green hue.
Part of Paul Cocksedge's "Excavation: Evicted" series, this shelf is made of material from the designer's London studio after property development pushed him out of the space.
Complete with copper and leather details, the ash Pacific Armoire from Volk Furniture is a contemporary nod to classical architecture, as apparent in the arches of its doors.
This elm Theca cocktail sideboard from Poliform was also designed by Marcel Wanders. Its customizable drawers and cabinets adapt as your glassware stock grows.
First unveiled in 1945 by Jean Prouve, the Flavigny table was reintroduced by Vitra earlier this year in three materials: oak, American walnut, and smoked solid oak.
French designer lonna Vautrin's Pion Petra table for Sancal takes a cue from chess pieces, whose shapes are referenced in its lacquered base.
The Icon suite of tables, created by Phase Design founder Reza Feiz, includes this striking dining table, which makes a statement with its Nero Marquina marble top.
Using matte-lacquered sheet metal and fabric-and-leather upholstery, designer Dmitry Kozinenko created these off-kilter Coin end tables for Roche Bobois.
BY TIFFANY JOW
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