From midcentury revivals to newly created modern designs, these interior furnishings were conceived by accomplished designers past and present and brought to life by furniture makers for use in a range of commercial and residential spaces.

Prouvé RAW Office Edition, G-Star RAW for Vitra
Dutch fashion label G-Star RAW teamed up with furniture brand Vitra to re-introduce a series of office furnishings that were created by French designer Jean Prouvé in the 1940s. The revitalized midcentury collection features desks and tables, which offer ample workspace, as well as sideboards, chairs, and light fixtures. The collection’s material palette includes leather, textile, sheet metal, and wood. It will make its U.S. debut in at ICFF in May.

Fauteuil Direction, 1951
Marc Eggimann Fauteuil Direction, 1951
Bureau Présidence, 1948
Marc Eggimann Bureau Présidence, 1948
Lampe de Bureau, 1930
Marc Eggimann Lampe de Bureau, 1930

Capsule Collection, Alexander Wang for Poltrona Frau
American fashion designer Alexander Wang lends structure and substance to the bean bag chair in a limited-edition series that aims to up the ante on casual comfort. Designed for Italian furniture brand Poltrona Frau, Wang’s chairs are upholstered in black-matte leather, which contrasts a polished, bronze-plated steel base. Polished steel edging interrupts a complementing trunk bar's otherwise monolithic form while concealed casters allow for its easy movement.

Poltrona Frau
Poltrona Frau
Poltrona Frau

Réaction Poétique, Jaime Hayon for Cassina
Spanish designer Jaime Hayon’s Le Corbusier–inspired collection of assorted sculptural accessories for Cassina is defined by curved forms and plays on light and shadow. Réaction Poétique, which comprises four table centerpieces, a tray, and two small side tables, is made of black-stained solid ash with a low-gloss finish.

Tray set
Cassina Tray set
Table centerpiece
Cassina Table centerpiece