• David Martin is an artist designer specializing in woodworking through his company Passion for Wood. He creates custom pieces that can be used as tables, benches, wall décor and more, including the Baobab structure made of wenge and oak shown here. facebook.com/passionforwood

  • This table from Ot/tra by Zimmerman Workshop’s first collection (the Catenary Collection) has a sculptural quality, thanks to the undulating legs and openings across the surface that create a pattern of light and shadow. Available in three standard sizes (7-ft., 8-ft. and 10-ft. lengths), in walnut (shown here), natural or blackened oak, or ash. Custom options available. ot-tra.com

  • BOUND solid wood pendant lights by Carnevale Studio are designer Jessica Carnevale’s first foray into the world of lighting. The pendants are made from cherry, walnut and maple woods with hand-blown glass bulbs. carnevalestudio.com

  • Armstrong Commercial Flooring’s Pryzm challenges the boundaries of the hard surface flooring category, featuring 19 single-width designs and one multi-width design in natural looks; dent-resistance; scratch, stain and scuff resistance; waterproof technology and quick installation. armstrongflooring.com

  • The Moaticu center table by designer Cristiano Ribeiro Do Valle for Tora Brasil features carbon steel feet inspired by the branching of trunks and twigs. The piece is produced in Pequiá wood certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC).
    torabrasil.com.br

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