A mat that can be folded into a two-seat sofa by California designer Yumi Yoshida was inspired by the ancient Japanese art of paper-folding (+ slideshow).
Inspired by cigar makers in Spain, Austrian designer Helene Steiner has used thin strips of beech wood rolled into pipes to create a folding chair.
A triangular section of frame at the top of this mirror by German design duo Kaschkasch Cologne allows it to rest neatly in the corner of a room.
Dutch firm Studio Makkink & Bey has created a collection of furniture for a nomadic future including a backpack that becomes a sofa bed, a carrycot that becomes a table and a walking cane that turns into an illuminated screen (+ slideshow).
Brazilian architect Paulo킠Kobylka has designed킠sofas킠with cantilevered cushions that look like long concrete slabs stacked on top of one another (+ slideshow).
This collapsible table by Berlin-based designer Jakob Timpe is made from nine pieces of wood that simply slot together with no screws, glue or tools (+ slideshow).
Japanese studio Nendo has dressed up these wooden tables for Walt Disney Japan to look like characters from children’s story books Winnie-the-Pooh.
British designer Samuel Wilkinson has created a range of lightweight aluminium furniture킠(+ slideshow).
A wood and steel chair created by Danish Modernist designer킠Hans J. Wegner in 1955 has been put into production for the first time by furniture brand킠Carl Hansen & Son.
Explore the Spring 2014 collection from London furniture brand Heal’s using our new interactive slideshow feature, including storage that leans against the wall and stacking pendant lamps.