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  • The Stepping Up Chair by Think Fabricate

    From Doban Architecture’s Think Fabricate division comes the Stepping Up Chair, the latest addition to the New York-based company’s Stepping Stones collection.

  • The Furniture Guild’s Phantom Vanity

    The modular design joins the Canton, Ga.-based company’s Nuvo collection of contemporary bath vanities and features a stainless steel, soft-closing drawer system, an automatic internal LED light, an internal power outlet, and chrome legs.

  • Havet Cabinet by Snickeriet

    New from Stockholm, Snickeriet melds the craftsmanship of carpentry with the artisanal savvy of furniture design to follow projects from conception to completion.

  • Newly Released Furniture by Architect Ferdinand Kramer

    German furniture design house e15 is introducing a collection of eight iconic designs from the late Modernist architect and designer Ferdinand Kramer.

  • Bundle Side Table by Ampersand

    Cincinnati-based furniture maker Ampersand's Bundle side table uses friction rather than fasteners to keep its parts together.

  • Kaleidoscope Collection of Colored Glass Surfaces

    General Glass uses its proprietary direct-to-glass printing technology to present fractal geometric shapes on interior and exterior surfaces with its new Kaleidoscope Collection.

  • Dickens Chair by Dutch Designer Dick Spierenburg

    With its wood frame, spacious armrests, and thick, square cushions, Dutch designer Dick Spierenburg’s Dickens chair gives the classic 1950s smoke chair a modern look.

  • The Leather Swivel Armchair by Bao

    The Bao armchair swivels to show off its melding of leather and fabric in a curved form that its creators equate to the tailored look of a soft, leather ball.

  • Zig-Zag Chair by Peter Harrison

    When Gerrit Rietveld introduced his Zig-Zag chair in 1934, all eyes were on its legless engineering. Today, New York-based furniture designer and builder Peter Harrison is giving the design element its due redux.

  • Product: Cecilie Manz Lot of Paper

    A limited-edition seating piece made completely from paper.