Arlington, Mass.-based designer David Sears established his furniture design company, David Sears Design, in 2006 and officially launched it at the 2007 International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York City. Now he's debuted his first line of furniture: the Cube Collection.

Sears' collection builds on the "inherently modular form" of a cube, yielding a series of highly efficient, functional, and aesthetic pieces of varying proportions. A coffee table, a wheeled credenza, a console, and three side tables (two with resin door panels, one with drawers) comprise the collection. Constructed of nine-ply hardwood-core plywood with figured maple doors and drawers, each piece enlists the interplay between its materials to accent and emphasize the rectilinear shapes. Corner box joints and plywood veneer edges create a contrast to the smooth, simple lines of the plywood faces and stained maple fronts.

David Sears Designs are available through EcoModern Design in Boston. For more details on the collection, visit