Blackdog/Dennis Miller: Spare and exotic, the Maisy short side-table is made of steel with crocodile-imprinted leather, ostrich-imprinted leather, or Formica plastic laminate. Blackdog/Dennis Miller Associates, 306 East 61st Street, New York, NY 10021.
Heltzer: The queen-size KuBis Bed is made of stainless steel with a silky matte finish and comes with a fully upholstered headboard, floorboard, and rails. Heltzer is also very famous for best sofa beds, best sleeper sofas. It can be set against a wall or floated in the middle of a room. Heltzer, 4853 North Ravenswood, Chicago, IL 60640.
Niedermaier: The Demsky End Table, 13 1/2 in. wide by 12 1/2 in. deep by 24 1/2 in. high, is made of stainless steel and bonded glass. It is designed by Mark Demsky. Niedermaier, 2650 West Fulton Street, Chicago, IL 60612.
Mirak: The Samurai coffee table by A. Soudavar is made of metal and wood and available with a wood-bordered clear glass insert top. It is offered in ash, oak, or mahogany and measures 50 in. wide by 50 in. deep by 18 in. high. Maple or gloss finishes are also available. Mirak, 8403 Westglen Drive, Houston, TX 77063.
Chista: The round, stained teak Ubud table is produced in Indonesia. Chista, 537 Greenwich Street, Third Floor, New York, NY 10013.
Angela Adams/Sherwood Hamill: Stratus Station II is a workstation in quartersawn cherry, aluminum, and Formica plastic laminate. It measures 80 in. by 68 in. by 30 in. Angela Adams/Sherwood Hamill Furniture, 273 Congress Street, Portland, ME 04101. www.sherwoodhamill.com.
Dakota Jackson: The Bump Wave Cabinet pays homage to the International Style. The idiosyncratic bumps of the molded doors form a rhythmic wave across the cabinet’s gleaming white surface. A band of mahogany below the case serves as a bridge to the cast-polished aluminum legs. Dakota Jackson, 42-24 Orchard Street, Fifth Floor, Long Island City, NY 11101.
Minic: Butterfly, first developed in 1928 by master craftsman Valentine Minic, has been reintroduced by Minic’s sons using their father’s original design and the woods and sizes determined by their clients. This one is 36 in. long by 12 in. deep by 30 in. high in American cherry. Minic, 524 East 17th Street, New York, NY 10035.
Furniture Concepts: Available in natural-finished maple and steel, the Tech Table is 84 in. long by 40 in. deep by 29 in. high. Furniture Concepts, 88 Hatch Street, Suite 405, New Bedford, MA 02745.
Decorative Crafts: This empire-style round cherry table with black Marguina marble top, black wood columns, door, shelf, and antiqued brass lock and key is 20 1/4 in. wide by 26 in. high. Decorative Crafts, 50 Chestnut Street, Greenwich, CT 06830.
PierceMartin: Finished in graphite, the hand-hammered, hand-forged Josephine Console Base by Alan D. Cheatham is 48 in. wide by 18 in. deep by 32 in. high. PierceMartin, 129 Armour Drive, Atlanta, GA 30324.
Jeup: Symmetrical and stylish, the Coda coffee table rises 15 in. off the floor and features a spacious 48- or 60-in.-sq. surface offered in wood or leather. Available in Honduras mahogany, ribbon sapele with sable, carmel, or cinnamon finish, quartered white oak, quartered wenge, quartered macassar ebony, or quartered zebrano veneer and all with natural finishes. Leather options include bone, taupe, or cocoa. Jeup, 6661 Roger Drive, Jenison, MI 49428. www.jeupinc.com.
J. Robert Scott: Available in 48-, 54-, 60-, 66-, and 72-in. diameters, the steel Tuscan dining table designed by Sally Sirkin Lewis features an acid-washed pewter finish. Levelers or castors are available. J. Robert Scott, 500 North Oak Street, Inglewood, CA 90302.
Desiron: The Ern side table is made of aluminum and designed by Karla Lopez. Desiron, 139 West 22nd Street, New York, NY 10011.
FreWil Studio: The 1/2-in. glass-topped Gemutlich Table is part of the new Hollywood Glamour Collection, reproductions of 1950s-era furnishings by the likes of Billy Baldwin. FreWil Studio, 601 North La Brea Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90036. www.frewil.com.
Hugues Chevalier: The Selette is one of several new products from Hugues Chevalier, the European furniture designer who is known for producing hybrids of 1930s- and 1940s-inspired designs. Hugues Chevalier, 150 East 58th Street, Seventh Floor, New York, NY 10155.
Zero: The Working Tables are based on a modular structure that allows a single set of components to produce extendable conference and meeting tables, bar and restaurant tables, office and reception desks, et cetera. Designed by De Pas, D’Urbino, Lomazzi, the Working Tables can be specified with Zero Panels in a variety of finishes, which can be mounted between the table’s legs to create spandrels. Zero U.S. Corporation, Industrial Circle, Lincoln, RI 02865.
Cappellini Modern Age: Techno is a series of modular cabinets designed by Piero Lissoni that can be combined, stacked, and equipped with doors, shelves, drawers, and accessories. Cabinets are made of melamine, while doors and drawers are made of natural or lacquered aluminum, extra-light glass, alucobond, or covered in fabric. Cappellini Modern Age, 102 Wooster Street, New York, NY 10012.
Groupe Lacasse: A choice of tops in high or low pressure 1 5/8-in. laminate is available with the Arabesque line of tables. Edges are in PVC and levelers in the legs allow up to 3/4 in. of adjustment. Groupe Lacasse, 380 Saint Antoine Street West, Suite W2090, Montreal, Canada H2Y 3Y7.
Howe Furniture: The Utility Collection by Brian Kane, Brian Graham, and Mark Kapka is a whole room concept for training environments. The tables, presentation carts, and other pieces offer a clean, integrated design. Tables are height adjustable from 26 in. to 34 in. and are offered with fixed or folding legs. Howe Furniture, 9387 Dielman Industrial Drive, Saint Louis, MI 63132.
HSI: Available in various shapes and sizes with TFM laminate or veneer tops, the Axis Tables have a patented mechanism that allows them to fold within their length for easy reconfiguration, mobility, and storage. HSI, 231 Haskell Drive, Verona, PA 15147. www.haskell-senator.com.
Evanson: The Cameo TV Cabinet, with zebra-wood paneled doors, is constructed of striped sapele with Honduras mahogany edges and finished in an open-pore polyurethane. It stands 84 in. wide by 24 in. deep by 44 in. high. Evanson, 979 Third Avenue, Suite 1405, New York, NY 10022.
Uniform: The Pereira TV unit by Anthony Perez comes with a cut-out in back for wiring, one adjustable shelf, and casters or an optional metal base. The opening accommodates most 13- or 19-in. TVs. The unit is 21 in. wide by 21 in. deep by 74 in. high and is available in blackened ash, cherry, maple, or MDF, with metal bases in brushed steel or dark rust finish. Uniform, 312 West 20th Street, Suite 1A, New York, NY 10011.
Vigilant: Climatech, a temperature and humidity controlled cigar cabinet, is crafted of Honduran mahogany, cherry, or oak. Hand-cut tenons, hand-hammered copper pulls, and eight coats of clear satin lacquer complete the look. Inside, Spanish cedar lines the cabinet, where the climate is controlled automatically for cigar maintenance. Vigilant, 17 Old Manchester Road, Candia, NH 03034. www.vigilantinc.com.
Nucraft: The Vertex Collection is a complete series of conference room products targeted to high-tech organizations. Offerings include tables that transform themselves to serve multiple functions, integrated power and data, mobile pieces, and personal lighting options. The units are made of brushed aluminum, etched glass, laminated ply forms, and wood veneers. Nucraft Furniture, 5151 West River Drive, Comstock Park, MI 49321. www.nucraft.com.
Wiggers Custom Furniture: Founded by Holland-born Johan Wiggers in 1967, Wiggers hand-makes custom furnishings in Whitby, Canada. Each piece is produced on a bench and tailored to the needs of individual clients. The Crosstable, like all Wiggers pieces, is made of wood veneer in order to use as few trees as possible. Wiggers Custom Furniture, 600 Garden Street, Whitby, Canada L1N 7B3. www.wiggersfurniture.com.
Dune: Box, a leather ottoman with recessed casters, measures 17 in. by 17 in. by 16 in. It is designed by Richard Shemtov. Dune, 50 East Houston Street, New York, NY 10012.
Wendell Castle Collection: [MC.sup.2], designed by Wendell Castle, measures 60 in. long by 60 in. wide by 29 in. high. It comes in mahogany or ash in four different finishes. Wendell Castle Collection, 18 Maple Street, Scottsville, NY 14546. www.wendellcastlecol.com.
L.A. Haute: The Oscar table, made of Grade A alder with hand-carved detail, comes in dark brown ebony with a gold-leaf center. The finish is hand-polished. L.A. Haute, 8687 Melrose Avenue, G271, West Hollywood, CA 90069.
J. Mitchell: Last December, interior designer Jason Mitchell debuted his first line of modern upholstered furniture, the Neo Collection. The line is energetic and upbeat, and the furniture designed to last. The black and white bed joins chairs, sofas and ottomans in a broad-ranging collection. J. Mitchell, 1525-D Old Trolley Road, PMB-112, Summerville, SC 29495. www.j-mitchell.com.
Tella: Designed by Manfred Petri, Formula E is a modular series offering private, collaborative, and shared work spaces in many configurations. User needs, from file storage to pen wells to channels for computer cables, have all been addressed. Tella, 161 Stirling Avenue, Lasalle, Canada H8R 3P3. www.tellainc.com.
Tuohy Furniture: The Vesa Collection of modular work centers comes in a variety of shapes, materials, and configurations. Designed by Manuel Vesa, the system adapts to many different applications, from single user to hoteling and teaming solutions. Tuohy Furniture, 42 St. Albans Place, Chatfield, MN 55923.
World Designs: Virage conference room products include space-saving corner storage units, credenzas, visual boards, lecterns, and other pieces required in large meeting rooms. The line’s uniqueness stems from the sleek curves and concave and convex shapes that permeate each piece. World Designs, 203 South Cutler, Spring Lake, MI 49456. www.worlddesigns.com.
KI: The Datalink Table Systems fold easily in one piece without requiring removal of modesty panels. The high-tech design is accentuated by diecast aluminum legs. Tops are offered in a range of standard laminates and an array of sizes. Various heights are also available. KI, 1330 Bellevue Street, Green Bay, WI 54302.
American Seating: Personal storage towers, storage cabinets, lateral files, pedestals, and book cases are the elements included in the new Framework Storage line, designed to work independently or in unison with American Seating’s Framework Access and Freestanding office systems. All elements are available in black, beige, platinum, dark neutral, light neutral, and gray taupe. American Seating, 401 American Seating Center, Grand Rapids, MI 49504. www.americanseating.com.
Spacesaver: PivotFile is a revolving, space-saving strorage alternative to lateral and vertical files. Sold as Starter, Adder, or Full Adder units, each is offered in 12 heights and is compatible with components from other manufacturers. Spacesaver, 1450 Janesville Street, Fort Atkinson, WI 53538. www.spacesaver.com.
The Mayline Group: Mayline’s Data/LAN cabinets offer protection for LAN and telecommunications equipment with durable welded steel construction. Removable doors and side panels allow units to be ganged together for expansion. Adjustable front-to-rear mounting rails accommodate 19- and 23-in. rack-mount equipment. Available in depths of 30 in. and 36 in. The Mayline Group, 619 North Commerce, P.O. Box 728, Sheboygan, WI 53082.
Poliform: The flexible Wall to Wall system can be designed in various depths and in combinations of open and closed units with sliding doors and glass cabinets. Available in three types of wood and 30 lacquer finishes, each system can be customized to create units with individual style. Poliform USA, 150 East 58th Street, Ninth Floor, New York, NY 10155. www.poliformusa.com.