A pliable and sustainable alternative to hard woods, bamboo is has a beautiful delicate grain and visual lightness that lends itself to furniture design.
Made using the Bamboo indigenous to Hagi in Japan, the nine-ply Nara Tables by Lounge 22 are incredibly strong and are designed to exist on their own or as a nest of three
The Blackbox work desk by Jensen plus features electric height adjustment and is available with a bamboo tabletop
The Eikon lamp by Schneid consists of a turned bamboo head and changeable metal shade, cleverly held together using concealed magnets
Porro's Mikado cabinet uses slanted bamboo to create a caged effect, revealing its contents with a 'now you see it, now you don't' effect
The Spring stool by Wildspirit uses bamboo strips, which are bowed and joined to form a sturdy seat