This modular furniture is aptly named "Orbit" as the word refers to space which is the final frontier. In this case it refers to space planning which goes to the core purpose of modular furniture. I really like these pieces as I could envision them in a home or a public seating area. The benches are so simple and yet would make a welcome addition to filling up space in a hallway in a house or in a corner of a living room. With Orbit, the more space that you have to work with, the more design possibilities arise. More information: here.
Treat your cat to a special place to do what cats do best, relax and hang out. The "Kittypod" from Elizabeth Paige Smith is made from industrial strength corrugated cardboard with a maple x-shaped pedestal base. The Kittypod offers you a stylish piece of pet furniture and your cat a nice elevated bed all their own. 28" L x 20" W x 19" H $320 From designpublic.com
What’s better than sprucing up your old folding chairs by adding your favorite Pantone hue? Not much, and thanks to Seletti the work has been done for you.
Pantone, the accepted standard for accurate color communication, has been a theme showing up on a lot of items lately. A little bit of designer humor mixes with what is actually a pretty cool looking design in these unique chairs. The Pantone Chairs come in 672 C pastel pink, 186 C ruby red, 377 C macaw green, 14-0848 mimosa, 268 C royal purple and 10 C cool gray. See more here.
Sleeper sofas should be easy to operate and comfortable, if they happen to look sleek and stylish consider it a bonus. The Sleeper from Niels Bendtsen of British Columbia is a nice balance of clean lines and tailored details from the visual side, and a sturdy welded steel frame and fully supported back and seat that changes positions in one motion in regards to construction. Layers of different densities of high resilience seating foam provide maximum support and comfort and fabric covers are easily removable for cleaning. Sofa; 80.25" L | 38.5" d | 26" h Bed; 80.25" L | 42.5" d | 14" h Converts to a single bed. $2,226 From hivemodern.com
Straight Line Designs Inc. is a firm founded by prolific designer Judson Beaumont and operates out of Vancouver, British Columbia. This Canadian team prides themselves on a work environment that encourages the impossible and experimenting when others would simply stop and throw their hands up in the face of a challenge. Their specialty is custom-made furniture for public institutions and children’s exhibitions, and their quality designs are meant to be unique, rather than mass produced. Their whole approach to design is to ditch the “disposable society” syndrome found in so much cookie-cutter design and strive for something eye-catching, unique, and truly creative.
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