The Tenon Table was designed by Modernica co-founder Jay Novak in 2004. Novak's fascination with the capability of plywood inspired this table, which is designed to be both innovative and simplistic. Each Tenon table is built with 26 layers of high-quality hardwood for strength and durability. The table's resilience comes from omni-directional plywood connections and Modernica's T-shaped mortise and tenon joints. The table's connections are seamless, making the Tenon able to absorb stress and maintain its stability over time. Each of the table's feet has a horizontal plywood cap, which makes the table more sturdy and resistant to wear. With its simple rectangular shapes and continuous look, the Tenon Table will complement a contemporary dining or workspace.
Minnesota-based Eastvold Furniture designs and produces high-quality furnishings that blend modern innovation and classic style. The Elko Small Credenza is designed with compact spaces in mind. The Elko features two spacious compartments than can hold media equipment, books, or even clothes and linens, depending on where you'd like to use the credenza. Crafted in a rich walnut, the Elko includes a powder-coated steel base that is available in a variety of colors from saturated hues to understated neutrals. The finely crafted piece features reinforced mitered joinery and two grain-matched wood doors. Upon rolling the doors open, you'll notice two adjustable shelves and wire management portals, making it easy to organize the Elko based on your needs.
Inspired by the heracleum plant, The Big O Chandelier is a circular pendant light that has the illusion of a crown of flowers. Comprised of 324 powerful and energy efficient LED lights, The Big O provides a shimmering overhead light, perfect for an elegant dining room or a dreamy bedroom. The leaves of the chandelier are not fixed; rather they can be easily repositioned to create a distinctive look. When not illuminated, the chandelier appears delicate and floral, and when it is turned on, it instantly provides drama into an interior space. With thin suspension cables, The Big O Chandelier almost appears to float in space, creating an unexpected light source for a modern home.
"The Cross Side Chair from Brooklyn-based Juniper takes its inspiration from the symmetry of an hourglass. Two interlocking profiles connect in perfect balance, reducing the form to its most essentialand making the Cross Side Chair an excellent choice for staking. Notes designer David Irwin, ""The concept behind the Cross Chair and Edge Table was to pare back the structure to its minimum requirement whilst retaining an elegant form."" The Cross Side Chair can be used at a dining table, and it can also be used as additional seating in a living room or den. The soft wool seat is comfortable and welcoming, and the chair's rich walnut frame gives the chair and undeniably elegant look."
Created by one of Danese Milano's most lauded designers, Enzo Mari, the Simboli Sinsemantici (Synsemantic Symbols) distills geometric forms into iconic symbols. Originally created in 1972 by Mari, the elementary graphic images--arrow, wave, clover, star, moon, cube--are silkscreened in black ink and newly editioned for 2013.