MASH Studios’ LAX Bed is perfect for bachelor pads; the minimalist platform bed has clean, simple lines and is made from English walnut and powder coated aluminum.
Perfect for tight spaces and modern bachelor pads, the Eames Sofa Compact features a high foam back and a spring-loaded wire base for support; it’s been in production since 1954.
Blu Dot’s Son Of A Bench is dripping with attitude, and not just due to its name. The frame is crafted from loops of hot-rolled steel, which are then coated with glossy black rubber.
Wellgems’ Steam Shower is the ultimate steam room–with the looks to match. This uber sauna comes with 12 back jets, a 19 hydrojet whirlpool, MP3/FM radio and dual shower heads.
Outdoor seating doesn’t always have to be teak or cheap plastic; Egoparis’ aluminum and vinyl Kama Dyvan has a slick modular design that allows for multiple seating configurations.
Steelcase’s Airtouch is a height-adjustable desk, ideal for users with ergonomic needs. It can elevate from sitting to standing position in 1 second, yet requires no electricity.
MartinBauer’s Tournament Pool Table ditches wood in favor of a metal truss structure with LED lighting. It’s not just for show: the materials are high quality, with Italian slate and German bumpers.
Coders and developers will love the Equation Bookshelf concept by Estudio Breder, which uses brackets, braces and parentheses as clever adjustable bookends.
Luiza Barroso and Quentin Vaulot’s Oficio Workstation concept makes a space for those who are both messy and neat, by designating one half of the desk for clutter.
Pininfarina’s Xten Chair has advanced ergonomic features befitting its sporty heritage: lumbar support, adjustable headrests and arms, and synchronized back and seat tilting.
Skate Study House takes skateboards off the street and into the living room; the results are remarkably sophisticated. Above: the God Father Lounge Chair is an homage to Eames.
Carlo Mollino’s classic Cavour Writing Desk was designed in 1949, but its swank cantilevered design and sleek profile are timeless. The 1/2″ thick glass rests on a streamlined oak frame.
Schulte Design’s Kitchen Workstation is a butcher block on one end and a laptop work area on the other. The milk glass panel slides away to reveal power ports and a document tray.
Isay Weinfeld’s Mobile Bar is sort of like a rolling keg. Situated on four casters, the unit features sliding drawers and multiple cubbies for holding all your bottles ‘n booze.
Sony’s new RHT-G500 is ideal for tight living spaces: it incorporates a 3.1 channel surround system right into the TV stand. It includes three HDMI inputs and is designed for 32″-40″ flat panel TVs.
If you’ve already given up the futon and recliner for the missus, you can still make one last stand with Fernando Akasaka’s Cowboy Junkie stool. Includes removable jumping saddle and stirrups.
The first few times we saw the Nemo LED Chain Lamp we classified it as a concept, it looked so good. Powered by four LEDs, the lamp is 2.75″ retracted but extends up to 22″ in height.
We like West Elm’s Cadman Workstation for its modularity; mix and match three different-sized units. Also slick: powder-coated steel frame and frosted (or silver-toned) glass.
Outback Chair Company’s Wave Hammock adds a bit of swank to outdoor lounging. Beneath the all weather wicker is an epoxy-coated aluminum frame which supports up to 350 lbs.
Doubling as an artsy sphere when not in use, Michiel van der Kley’s Globus is actually a work station. Rolling on casters, one half is a leather lined seat, while the other has a pull-out tabletop.
Karim Rashid is one of our fave contemporary designers, so we’re glad his sleek OmniMount PRISM50 TV Stand is not only available but affordable. Fits up to 55″ flat screens.
Graffiti doesn’t get much respect as an art form, but it looks pretty cool as furniture. These pieces are by industrial designer Luis Alicandu, who is also an editor at design blog MoCoLoCo.
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