Wolke is an electric recliner chair named after a German word meaning “cloud” that offers ultimate comfort as if sitting on a cloud. Its soft cushion and genuine leather allows anyone to rest in the most relaxing position. Every compnent was delicately designed and ergonomically structured.
Designed by: Yunsu Na and Inhwan Woo of iloom
The SIMBULB VINTAGE was meticulously designed to preserve the look of early-20th-century lighting using advance LED technology. The design of the LED structure uses a soft and bendable material as a substrate to create a beautiful curved filament which emits warm reddish glow that is perfect for mood and accent lighting.
Designed by: Yeung Chi Keung of SIM Lighting Design Co., Ltd.
Roy is a furniture collection designed with a keen attention to ergonomic theories and the lifestyles of growing teens. With a wide range of items from small accessory hangers and storage benches to a height-adjustable desk and an angle-adjustable bed, teens can customize their space while improving their creativity and independent learning habits.
Designed by: Yeji Kim, Jungsoo Huh and Inhwan Woo of iloom
HANS offers a modular design suitable for wall lighting, spotlighting and basic lighting. Its professional optic design allows a 15-, 25-, 40- or 60-degree beam angle. It can be configured for different installation scenarios, such as recessed, surface-mounted, hooped, track, pendant, underground, wall and floor.
Designed by: Peng Yinshui of Shenzhen Dizan Technology Co., Ltd. for Romney Opto-Electronic Systems Technology (Guangdong) Co., Ltd.
The C-couch was inspired by a chimpanzee's treetop bed. The cushion features a shallow oval bowl with a depression in the center that gently holds you. The raised edge serves as a pillow for the head, legs and arms, and the curved shape of the legs allows the couch to rock in nearly all directions.
Designed by: Shinichi Ishikawa, Zamma Koichiro and Arichika Iwata of Iwata Inc.
The Flirt Collection is a group of multiuse products that are reconfigurable and nestable to support and maximize the functionality of various settings for collaboration and learning. The collection is comprised of nesting guest and lounge chairs with optional tablet and book racks, nesting multipurpose tables, easels and divider screens— all of which leverage mobility and space efficiency. Flirt lounge is informal, addressing the sitting postures of today’s workplace; it offers a more casual sitting experience with generous open-formed upholstery that further encourages sitting in multiple positions. The Flirt guest chair plays well with any 29-inch-high table or can be grouped with other chairs to create conversation hubs, team-building clusters and listen-and-learn settings.
Designed by: David Ritch and Mark Saffell of 5D Studio for Arcadia
The Fulton Rocker is a refined modern interpretation of the classic rocking chair intended for both the residential market and the growing corporate segment focused on wellness and a more nurturing work environment. The classic rocking chair has a magical calming effect. The rocking motion releases endorphins, which can improve mood and reduce stress and pain. As more and more companies invest in wellness for their employees to help offset the over-programmed and distracting world we live in today, a rocking chair has a unique benefit for employees. The challenge was to create a rocking lounge that balances aesthetics, ergonomics and durability requirements for contract furniture. Aesthetically, the goal was to create a modern classic that mixes premium materials and allows for easy customer customization between the layers of shells, upholstery, cushions and hardware. There was also desire to create a refined aesthetic and proportion that elevates the design beyond the slab-like rockers currently produced in the market.
Designed by: Scott Wilson, IDSA, of Minimal for HBF
Boccaporto is a combined seating and work unit developed for open offices and public areas. The cubby unit is a softened square shape with a cushioned hood to provide an isolated workspace for one to two people; it is versatile, working as a place for individual work or for collaboration. Inset power and lighting capabilities and vibrant upholstery options, elevate the unit, making Boccaporto a focal point for a range of busy spaces. This unique seating collection is modern in its aesthetic and technological deliverables, providing a station that is pleasing to the eye.
Designed by: Lucio Quinzio Leonelli and Robin Rizzini of Metrica for Koleksiyon and Koray Malhan
GE Lighting’s C by GE Sol is the industry’s first Alexa-integrated lighting product. Sol, which gets its name from the circular shape and illumination of the sun, combines functional illumination, visual indicators for everyday tasks, sleep-based light and all the features users would find in an Alexa product in a contemporary table lamp without the need for a stand-alone Alexa device. Through the built-in microphones and a speaker, you can use Sol to control all Alexa-compatible products in your home.
Designed by: Jing Chen and GE Lighting (China)
The Image Sofa is a single-person sofa. The purpose of the design was to use modern and international design language to reproduce the spirit of oriental landscapes and re-innovate furniture design based on tradition and nature. The design inspiration was derived from the famous Chinese painting Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains of Yuan Dynasty. The design explores more possibilities to incorporate traditional culture in modern society. The Image Sofa is suitable for young people's aesthetic and lifestyle.
Designed by: Zhenyi Chen, Jian Chen and Chao Zhang of Wuyi University, Xiangdong Xia of Senyuan Furniture Group and Haixia Jiang of Dongguang Polytechnic for Senyuan Furniture Group