The pared-down furniture in the Objet Préféré show is inspired by the lives of the workers in the Belgian museum where it is being exhibited.
Konstantin Grcic’s collection of tables for Galerie Kreo is influenced by the design and graphics of racing cars.
The Slovenian designer’s range of furniture may have overtones of luxury but it is intended to make you work.
Cassina has recreated a 1940s bookcase by the celebrated neo-rationalist designer, solving the structural problems of an influential but precarious prototype.
Not content with presenting 12 projects during the furniture fair, the Spanish designer also staged her first exhibition of limited-edition pieces on the theme of wastefulness.
French designer Elise Gabriel’s furniture uses a cellulose-based material that shrinks unpredictably, dictating the finished form.
The Venetian designer has recently opened a second studio in Stockholm and is letting his new, bicultural existence influence his work.
The Stockholm-based design studio is working with small, local manufacturers to realise its vision of a 21st-century Scandinavian aesthetic.
Soft, yielding felt is made rigid and supportive in design duo Raw-Edges’ latest experimental line of furniture.
The Polish designer who pushes sheet steel to its limits wants to be recognised for his hard work and not just for its spectacular results.
Swedish designer Pål Rodenius’ range of do-it-yourself plywood furniture is inspired by the simplicity of magazine clothing patterns.
Konstantin Grcic’s radical take on the office chair shatters the ergonomists’ monopoly on workplace design and turns a bumrest into a tool.