Debuted in 1938 — when it was known as the BKF Chair, after its designers Antonio Bonet, Juan Kurchan and Jorge Ferrari Hardoy — this time-tested sling has appeared everywhere from MoMA to college dorms. The Parabellum Butterfly Chair takes the design and updates it with premium materials, including free-range bison leather, powder-coated metal frames, and automotive vinyl backing. Available in pumpkin or black with a copper plated metallic or black base.
Inspired by patio chairs of the 1940's, the Loll Pliny Outdoor Lounge Chair is a one-piece affair with no open ends and a stainless steel frame. The seat and back are built using a 100% recycled material constructed primarily from plastic milk jugs. Available in a variety of colors to match any decor.
Rare is the bedroom that couldn't use a little more storage. The Nest Storage Bed is a stylish platform-style bed with integrated storage that's both smart and discreet. The platform itself rises on gas pistons that make it possible to lift with just a single hidden strap — even with mattress still in place — and are built to hold up to repeated use, while the frame is built from plywood, wrapped in foam padding, and covered in a removable slipcover that's available in a huge array of fabrics and leathers. Made in Italy.
Depending on your background, the Stephen Kenn x Truck Furniture Boomerang Chair may have traveled more in the weeks before it's delivered than your have. A collaboration between Kenn and Tokuhiko Kise of Truck Furniture, the chair is covered in Kenn's vintage military canvas, which is shipped to Tokyo to be applied to the Truck design. The pieces are then shipped back to LA, before heading out to you.