Part of a collection that conjures up stereotypical images of paradise and leisure, the Palm Row pairs a concrete base with "fronds" made from green patinated brass.
Each time Brooklyn designer Ian Cochran debuts a new piece or color from his Plump resin series, it feels like entering a totally joyful and novel world.
For his thesis project at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Trevor Carreon created a Brutalist-style end table and planter using his own take on Hempcrete, a carbon-neutral alternative to concrete.
Leonardo Garza's Ambient Stool, with its delicate steel frame and sheer acrylic top, evokes the sensation that the piece is half-present.
The latest versions of Studio Mignone's Tavolo Morbido, which is inspired in part by Gae Aulenti's Jumbo table, include one with an ombre color fade and one with legs in mismatched shades of white.
Ello is Soft Geometry's attempt to recreate, in object form, the way light diffuses and glows in a translucent medium — picturing frosted sugar jellies as a visual reference.
Joel Edmondson's new collection picks up where his Arches bench left off, using the same ribbed vocabulary to build visual interest through repetition.
Mike Ruiz-Serra's Pulp tables are made from plaster and recycled paper pulp, but think of it less as paper maché and more as fiberglass, with a hard, stone-like surface.
Richard Clarkson's new Aurora lights use ethereal colored-resin panels to try to capture the experience of looking down on an aurora borealis from space.