Water-based and earth-inspired, new wood stains and material finishes are on full display, visualized across five new product introductions.

New for 2023

Colors + Finishes

Continuing our collaboration with Laura Guido-Clark, our new range of colors and finishes dives deeper into inspiration from the natural world. New colors reflect the earth's diverse landscapes, capturing the essence of soothing blues, earthy greens, warm browns, and other nature-inspired hues.

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Soft and substantial, Codigo stools make a perfect seat for cafes, bars, work, or anywhere a longer sit might be needed. A pull-stitch detail adds a graphic element to seat backs (or the seats themselves if specified as backless). Sturdy cylindrical wood legs in solid ash or solid walnut and a tubular metal foot rest provide an opportunity to explore a wide range of color expressions. Available in bar and counter heights, and as a backless dining height stool.

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Japanese for “flower”, it is fitting that Hana sprang to life after a long, wet Southern California winter. Spun aluminum forms come from two distinct molds that can be finished with either end up, providing four unique expressions. Profiles are shaped to fit together, so Hana can be clustered tightly or spaced apart. Vibrant and lively in our newly refreshed range of earth-inspired powder coat colors and metallics, Hana enlivens any space where mobile and rugged occasional tables can be used.

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La Duna

Rounded over edges and radiused details soften the robust form of La Duna. Bases feature the same playful leg geometry whether specified in wood or metal. Optional privacy screens of natural caning gently diffuse light and obscure the view. To explore even more color and pattern possibilities, swap the caning for perforated metal and select from multiple patterns and a wide range of powder coat colors. Optional sewn channeling adds texture and depth to seats or backs or both.

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Layer softness into communal spaces in a brand new way. Lomita abandons conventional table materiality with its pedestal base that combines upholstery and metal, unleashing a new world of possible material expressions. Optional power and data components are neatly stowed and serviceable within either pedestal, while interfaces can be integrated into the table top to meet the unique needs of any project. Available in dining, counter and communal heights with two depth options and a range of lengths.

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Echoing the strength and grace of exposed frame architecture, Nido tables showcase their structure and materials. Steel bases play with light and shadow, amplifying powder coat colors. Quarter-rounded tops float just off the base and are available in solid ash, solid walnut, stone, quartz, and solid surface. Occasional tables are available as round or rectangular in a variety of sizes and heights.

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