Less is More

Whether the shift away from ornate forms is merely part of the pendulum swing of taste or a response to the recent call for the “super normal,” there is no shortage of understated design hitting the market. Fortunately, many of these low-profile pieces are also standout examples of ex-quisite detailing and craftsmanship, such as Matthias Weber’s Ono chair for Dietiker, which debuted this September at Toronto’s IIDEX/NeoCon. Made without screws from solid American walnut, this seat will surely stand the test of time.

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