Soren Rose Studio's Church Chair. This stackable timber chair is perfect for dining rooms. Its tilted angles and airy back keep things light.
Autoban's Cloud Table. A lightweight table inspired by — you guessed it — clouds. This large piece would make a great focal point in a living room.
Autoban's Flying Spider. Like a pillow for the ceiling, this pendant has graceful, soft curves with none of the weight or thickness. The fine lines give it a delicacy that would look great juxtaposed with thick, modern tables and chairs.
Matthew Hilton's Mary's Chair. Hilton's newest chair design strives to capture the contrast between weight and weightlessness. The diminutive back legs contrast nicely with the wide spade back.
Autoban's Sleepy Blind Tufted Rocker. Now here's a rocking chair that combines design and comfort. Rock yourself to sleep with a tufted seat and back, angled perfectly for relaxing.
Matthew Hilton's Hepburn Corner Sofa. I keep waiting for this sofa to waddle its way off the screen — the boomerang legs look ready to take off. Perched above, the seats look extra comfy in comparison.