Eave Table + Forage

Eave Table + Forage by MSDS Studio (2021)

Inspired by vibrant hues found in the natural world, Eave Table + Forage is available in three new, limited-edition stains for Fall.

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Eave Table

Eave Table by MSDS Studio (2021)

The long-awaited encore to our best-selling Eave Desk arrives in 76” of solid Appalachian ash wood.

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Eave Desk by MSDS Studio (2019)

Our best-selling, dual-purpose ‘table-desk’ with dimensions scaled for convenient multitasking.

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MSDS Studio

The brainchild of Jonathan Sabine and Jessica Nakanishi, MSDS Studio is a Toronto-based design studio known for distinctive yet minimal products that synthesize the duo’s global sensibilities.

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Composed Vanity II by Ladies & Gentlemen Studio (2020)

Whoever said “vanity is a curse” was lacking the storage of our Composed Vanity II. Its svelte looks are deceiving — suited for small spaces, there’s ample room to keep you and your products, well... composed.

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Ladies & Gentlemen Studio

Based in Brooklyn, Ladies & Gentlemen Studio designs products and spaces characterized by warm minimalism and simple sophistication. Founded by Dylan Davis and Jean Lee, the studio has quietly won acclaim for its multidisciplinary work and collaborated with brands like MUJI and Roll & Hill.

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Caldera Coffee Table by Kyuhyung Cho & John Astbury (2019)

Japan and Sweden collide boldly in Caldera, a sculptural little table with enough gravitas to anchor a living room.

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Kyuhyung Cho and John Astbury

Educated in Seoul and Stockholm, Kyuhyung Cho belongs to that rare breed of designers who can build a successful body of work across a range of media. Born in England, John Astbury was a boat builder, musician and graphic designer before studying industrial design in Stockholm.

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Kenyon Yeh

Kenyon Yeh has spent nearly a decade working with some of Europe’s most renowned furniture brands from the small island of Taiwan. He believes the art of creating simple objects is complex, and that it’s the things he takes away that make his designs truly something.

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