Sources: Furniture

Jan. 4, 2016

Atreo by Alea
“I love Alea for its minimalist, functional, and elegant Italian design, as well as their value-driven prices and quick response time. We do a lot of design work in the workplace for creatives and for clients wanting branded environments. I find Alea is perfect because of their wide range of standard product offerings and colors, as well as their custom capabilities and opportunities for unique branding solutions.”
—Jo Rabaut, ASID, IIDA, President and CEO of Rabaut Design Associates, Inc.

1. The minimalistic elegance of midcentury Modernism is reworked for the contemporary office in the Swing Chair, by Burkhard Vogtherr and Markus Dörner for Leland International. Available in 14” and 18” seat heights for lounge and guest applications.

2. Say goodbye to struggling to get your sit-stand desk to the perfect height: The TableAir automatically adjusts its height to where you place your hand over its Smart Button. Available in four finishes, the LED light panels change color to fit your interior or mood.

3. Created by Ramsey Madsen and Jim Contois in collaboration with Arcadia, the Avelina Meeting Table refuses to compromise beautiful design for functionality, coupling a stunning, minimalistic aesthetic with the performance of a bar-height meeting table, perfect for collaborative settings.

4. In honor of Poul Kjærholm’s classic aesthetic, Fritz Hansen asked designer Raf Simons to reimagine the timeless daybed. Using Kvadrat fabric, the PK80 has been made in a limited edition of 25 pieces—each individually numbered and available through Poul Kjærholm dealers.