Seating: Natural Fit

New earth-toned seating is designed to make your home look—and feel—good.
Copenhagen studio Gam Fratesi created the traveller daybed for Porro with globe-trotters in mind. Structred from painted black metal, it's available in a number of upholstery options and with natural aged or dark brown leather.
Casa International
Move the cushions, backrest, and marble of Casa International's Mauro Lipparini designed Positano sofa anywhere along its walnut base to create customized seating, available in 12 wood finishes.
Avenue Road
This compact lounger by Christophe Delcourt is part of an exclusive collection for Avenue Road. The base and frame are available in solid oak or walnut, with a choice of fabric and leather upholstery.
Midcentury design legend Gio Ponti created the D.154.2 chair in 1954 as a special commission for the Villa Planchart in Caracas. Now Molteni & C is manufacturing the curvy classic, which can be customized with different textiles.
French designer Remi Bouhaniche conceived Ligne Roset's new Toa chair. He began the design process by folding paper in different ways, an influence seen in the final product's origami-like cushions.
B&B Italia
It's been a decade since B&B Italia introduced Patricia Urquiola's now-iconic Tufty-Time series. This year, the multifaceted modular system gets a new textile cover, with large squares drawn by pleats, to celebrate.
Andreu Carulla
Andreu Carulla originally designed the minimal Bernardes bench for a convent-turned-art-gallery of the same name in Spain. It was so popular that he's now expanding it into a collection for new brand Cru.
The solid Iroki heartwood that makes up the base of Minotti's Rivera sofa by Rodolfo Dordoni is hand-finished and cantilevers beyond the silhouette of the weaved frame to act as a built-in side table.
Poliform USA
Playful dutch designer Marcel Wanders made this Mad King seat more functional by attaching a tray to one of its asymmetrical arms. It's the latest piece in his growing Mad collections for Poliform.
With arms that appear to open up like a flower at the first light of day, Roberto Lazzeroni's Aida chair for Poltrona Frau has natural appeal. The midcentury modern-style seat is available in fixed and swivel bases.
Fendi Casa
The gunmetal gray buckle accents along the base of Toan Nguyen's Soho sofa reference leather-working traditions. Fendi Casa recently released this update of the 2012 model with new prints and fabric options.
Clean lines characterize Roberto Lazzeroni's small Ermione armchair for Flexform. The solid wood legs are available in a variety of finishes, with a frame that can be upholstered in a mix of leathers or fabrics.
Expormim wasn't planning on including a chair in its collection with Mario Ruiz, but that all changed when the Barcelona-based designer revealed his sketches of Huma, made of rattan and Elmosoft leather.
Patricia Urquiola's pillowy Love Me Tender couch for Moroso looks light as air, but it's sturdy enough for lazing. Rounded wooden legs sit on the outside of the sofa's cushy bench seat, which is covered in a soft wool jersey.
The striking wooden frame of Rolf Benz's RB 580 appears to be in motion, as if folding around the low-slung chair, thanks to the expert joinery skills of Claudia Kleine and Jorg Kurschner, the duo behind Studio Formstelle.
The Bart Swivel from Bart Schilder and the Moooi Works team spins 360 degrees on a wooden frame wrapped in foam and Dacron. It's topped with changeable covers and a removable cushion.
Gordon Guillamier designed the Lennox lounge chair for Italian brand Lema. The gentle curves of the silhouette are meant to evoke the look of a petal blooming, with a simple base that mimics a series of stems.
Piero Lissoni collaborated with Cassina to create the Scighera set, a modular system inspired by Milan's dense fog. The feather-padded polyurethane cushions come in four fabric or leather color options.
Normann Copenhagen
The Era rocking sofa sways gently on a slim chrome base that supports the equally minimal molded frame. Normann Copenhagen's in-house designer Simon Legald created it as part of a larger lounge collection.
A thin-lined latticed grid supports the cushions of the Ant chair by Dutch master Marcel Wanders for Cappellini. The metal frame can withstand indoor and outdoor use, as does the selection of upholstery options.

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