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BP&O Collections — Furniture

Selected by Richard Baird.

BP&O Collections — Furniture Design, Manufacturing and Retailing

A continually updated collection of some of the best brand identity, packaging and graphic design work for furniture-related businesses, reviewed and published on BP&O. This post features work by Tsto, Ghost and Bedow, and covers freelance designers and studios, manufacturers and retailers, and moves between bespoke, batch and mass manufacturing of tables and chairs, lighting and tableware, modern utility and moments of craft and tradition.

Between them these effectively play with graphic impact, in colour and form, and often feature a strong textural component in the use of image, material or finish. Be sure to click the images to read more about the project, the intentions of each design, and how these work alongside other assets. Check out more from BP&O Collections here.

 

Artek Helsinki by Tsto, Finland

 

Branding for Furniture Designers, Manufacturers & Retailers – Artek Helsinki by Tsto, Finland

 

Maldini Studios by Jens Nilsson, Sweden

 

Branding for Furniture Designers & Makers – Maldini Studios by Jens Nilsson, Sweden

 

Modern by Dwell by Collins, United States

 

Branding for Furniture Designers, Manufacturers & Retailers – Modern by Dwell by Collins, United States

 

Paul Loebach by Studio Lin, United States

 

Branding for Furniture Designers, Manufacturers & Retailers – Paul Loebach by Studio Lin, United States

 

NAU by Design by Toko, Australia

 

Branding for Furniture Designers, Manufacturers & Retailers – NAU by Design by Toko, Australia

 

Vestre Anniversary Book by Snøhetta, Norway

 

Scandinavian Design – Vestre Anniversary Book by Snøhetta, Norway

 

Essem Design by Bedow, Sweden

 

Branding for Furniture Designers, Manufacturers & Retailers – Essex Design by Bedow, Sweden

 

Slåke Møbelfabrikk by Ghost, Norway

 

Branding for Furniture Designers, Manufacturers & Retailers – SlåkeMøbelfabrikk by Ghost, Norway

 

Shaun Ford by Savvy, United States

 

Branding for Furniture Designers, Manufacturers & Retailers – Shaun Ford by Savvy, United States

 

Simon Pengelly by Spin, United Kingdom

 

Branding for Furniture Designers, Manufacturers & Retailers – Simon Pengelly by Spin, United Kingdom

 

Lollipop Shoppe by Studio Makgill, United Kingdom

 

Branding for Furniture Designers, Manufacturers & Retailers – Lollipop Shop by Studio Makgill, United Kingdom

 

Trika by Bunch, United Kingdom

 

Branding for Furniture Designers, Manufacturers & Retailers – Trika by Bunch, United Kingdom

 

Terence Wood Gate by Charlie Smith Design, United Kingdom

 

Branding for Furniture Designers, Manufacturers & Retailers – Terence Wood Gate by Charlie Smith Design, United Kingdom

 

Dadadum by Demian Conrad Design, Switzerland

 

Branding for Furniture Designers, Manufacturers & Retailers – Dadadum by Demian Conrad Design, Switzerland

 

Arco by Raw Color, the Netherlands

 

Branding for Furniture Designers, Manufacturers & Retailers – Arco by Raw Color, Netherlands

 

Room Essentials by Collins, United States

 

Branding for Furniture Designers, Manufacturers & Retailers – Room Essentials by Collins, United States

 

Essem Nostalgi by Bedow, Sweden

 

Branding for Furniture Designers, Manufacturers & Retailers – Essem Nostalgi by Bedow, Sweden

 

Bec Brittain by Lotta Nieminen, United States

 

Branding for Furniture Designers, Manufacturers & Retailers – Bec Brittain by Lotta Nieminen, United States

 

Enea by Clase bcn, Spain

 

Branding for Furniture Designers, Manufacturers & Retailers – Enea by Clase bcn, Spain

 

Markus Form by Lundgren+Lindqvist, Sweden

 

Branding for Furniture Designers, Manufacturers & Retailers – Markus Form by Lundgren+Lindqvist, Sweden

 

Designtorget by Kurppa Hosk, Sweden

 

Branding for Furniture Designers, Manufacturers & Retailers – Designtorget by Kurppa Hosk, Sweden

 

DomésticoShop & DomésticoMarket by Mucho, Spain

 

Branding for Furniture Retailers – DomésticoShop & DomésticoMarket by Mucho, Spain

 

This post was published as a quick way to browse through BP&O’s content and get access to older but equally interesting projects through different themes, and expands on previous posts under the category The Best of BP&O. This series can be subscribed to here.