Modern design meets natural materials. Those elements make up this Lazy Susan Goatskin Lounge Chair. A worthy addition to any furniture set, the natural goat hide is as visually appealing as it is comfortable. It was crafted by hand using teak and is certain to be the first seat taken and talked about in any modern living space.
Most bicycle storage solutions look for ways to get your bike out of the way, and often out of sight. The Vadolibero Bike Shelf turns this idea on its head, instead treating your bike like the display-worthy piece of engineering it is. Built from natural oakwood, it has a modular design that lets you add or remove lower compartments and side units as needed, while the handlebar-shaped clothes rack offers two leather hooks for hanging jackets and accessories, and doubles as an LED lamp with touch-based controls. Available in your choice of natural or wenge-shaded finishes.
Charles Eames' original idea for his iconic lounger was to create a chair that resembled "a well-used first baseman's mitt," and it was with that spirit in mind that the Herman Miller x 3Sixteen Eames Lounge Chair was born. This collaborative effort replaces the chair's normal seating surface with a natural vegetable-tanned leather that is meant to darken over time, eventually developing a rich dark brown patina. The special material is paired with a hand-oiled Santos Palisander wood veneer shell, the closest sustainable match to the original's Brazilian rosewood. Unfortunately for the rest of us, only three sets were produced especially for 3sixteen, and they're not for sale — though you can catch one on display at the Pop Up Flea in NYC Dec. 11th-13th.