This series titled 'Offset' by British-Canadian designer Philippe Malouin has legs that jut out slightly from the top surface, giving this collection a quirky aesthetic that certainly catches the eye.
Montreal based designer Loïc Bard has taken it upon himself to experiment with shape starting with freely drawn sketches that are then carved out of wood directly and testing them in real life.
This chair has been designed by Norwegian design studio Snøhetta for chair manufacturer NCP and is a structural redesign of Norwegian modernist Bendt Winge's classic R-48 chair from the late sixties.
Dk3 Furniture, founded by Danish designers Jacob Plejdrupand and his wife Ann Plejdrupand, started their company with the idea to re-establish some of the classics that have since been forgotten.
Rooms, owned by designers Nata Janberidze and Keti Toloraia, used "Homestone" to carve a collection of furniture that plays with basic geometric forms and the solidity of this organic rock.
Anna and Ditlev Sibast, who are now owners of Sibast Furniture, borrowed their grandfather's design and gave it a fresh vision, crafting beautiful furniture that is bound to stand the test of time.
Berlin-based studio and creative partnership Julia Läufer and Marcus Keichel of Läufer + Keichel have produced another knockout titled 'Okito' for manufacturer Zeitraum.
Traditional Japanese carpentry has always been held in high regard and Japanese furniture maker Iinuma Katsuki is carrying this ideal forward with his simple but detailed woodwork.
Simon Pengelly has been able to turn his Theo chair designed in 2013 in to a range that includes tables and benches and comes in both wooden and upholstered versions.
Even though Slovenian workshop Mitja are strongly orientated around their traditional expertise, they are trying to break the mould and bring a contemporary edge to their handiwork.
Destroyers/Builders are a Brussels based design studio who focus on how design can link to our senses, such as touch and sight, also how these connect with certain cultural values.
Andreu Carulla, a Spanish designer, is looking to explore materials and "old-school" techniques which has led him to adapt his Bernardes Collection design for the Japanese market.