Dezeen Showroom: from a curving sofa informed by the shape of millipedes to a continuous workplace furniture design that combines seating with desk space and shelving, here are 10 of the latest modular furniture designs featured on Dezeen Showroom.
Modular furniture refers to designs made up of pre-made modules that users can combine in various ways to suit their space limitations and needs.
Read on to see the latest modular furniture designs featured on Dezeen Showroom:
Chord is a modular sofa made from three elements: a corner piece, a flat back piece and a backless ottoman, which can be configured freely to create bespoke seating.
Created by designers Nathan Martell and Steve Suchy for Canadian brand Part & Whole, the sofa has a low profile and quilted finish that takes cues from 1970s furniture design.
Created by designers Ramos & Bassols for Spanish brand Actiu, the Longo seating system combines cushioned seats with desks, cabinets, shelves and acoustic panels to create adaptable workplace furniture layouts.
The modular system has a visually light structure that is designed to suit private offices, shared workspaces and meeting rooms.
The table is designed for dining, working or meetings and is customisable with cable compartments and wood or steel legs at various heights.
The Nastro System lighting collection features cylindrical spotlights and lengths of aluminium embedded with LED strips designed to flow around the architecture of the interior space.
Upholstered corner modules, backless modules and modules with backrests are assembled with planks of solid oak wood in near-endless configurations atop an industrial base.
Suitable for indoor and outdoor use, each table section seats up to eight people and can be customised with integrated LED lighting, power outlets and sun shades.
Created by design duo Ludovica + Roberto Palomba for Italian furniture brand Poltrona Frau, the Solaria outdoor sofa is made up of modules that users can arrange in straight or corner variations by adding back and armrests.
The padded seats have removable covers designed to withstand different weather conditions, and the sofa's back and armrests are covered with a handmade rope weave.
Designed by Jean Couvreur, Fréquence is a minimalist shelf made up of geometric modules that users can combine in different ways to suit the rooms it is placed in.
Made from aluminium for an industrial look, the shelf can be used as a small bookcase or a large room divider.
The bench includes three modules – an end module, a straight module and a curved module – that combine in an infinite number of curved seating configurations.
The design is available in various pre-made modular set-ups that users can choose from, including TV units, sideboards, display shelving and home office arrangements. Alternatively, users can customise pre-made designs or create their own arrangement of modules using an online 3D product configurator.
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