The ideal modular designs prioritize functionality, flexibility, and convenience, offering an elevated degree of customization. These designs can each be modified to meet the specific needs of any room, regardless of size, shape, or function, adding not only versatility, but beauty to your space. This week, we’re featuring five magnificent modular designs to introduce personalized perfection to your space.
Edward Van Vliet
Develius is Edward Van Vliet’s idea of the archetypal modular sofa. Incredibly plush, modern and elegant, this sofa redefines the idea of lounging in luxury. The shape is an innovative composition with unique, angled edges which feel almost futuristic. Develius provides an astounding degree of customization, allowing you to arrange the various components to create a very personal design. Available upholstered in a wide range of fabrics.
Mathieu Matégot
Throughout his illustrious career, Mathieu Matégot traveled the world in search of inspiration and techniques, and utilized his knowledge to create a wide range of iconic designs. Out of this process came Demon, a unique shelving system with distinctive character. Demon subtly combines a variety of different shapes to create a refreshingly light shelving system. Demon is available in natural oak, natural walnut, or black stained ash with black lacquered metal brackets, and with three, four, or five shelves in four different widths.
Chris L. Halstrøm
In the CH Modul, solid wood and upholstery come together in perfect harmony. Minimalist and modern, the assortment of shapes, textures, and materials lends to a refreshingly contemporary design which combines a sofa and a chair to create a streamlined daybed. With its plush, reconfigurable back cushions and soft, slim seat cushion, the CH Modul is an exercise in how to tastefully incorporate upholstery into a modern design. Frame available in walnut or mahogany, available fully upholstered in fabric or leather, or with loose cushions in eelgrass.
Angelo Mangiarotti
The Cavalletto shelving system is an ideal modular storage system. Designed over fifty years ago by Angelo Mangiarotti, the design of the Cavalletto system paved the way for a new generation of furniture and is still contemporary today. Stackable on itself by means of a simple gravity joint, Cavalletto can be reconfigured to meet the needs of any space. The design can be wall-mounted for a smaller footprint, or placed freestanding to double as a room divider. Available in natural, brown, or dark oak finish.

Pierre Sindre & Patrik Bengtsson
Graphic and exciting, Pierre Sindre’s Pop Sofa presents limitless possibilities with playful configurations. Pop evokes signature European design sensibilities, while offering a platform to experiment with unique interplay between colors and shapes. The design is wonderfully modern and is perfect for home and hospitality. The addition of table elements, sound-absorbing backing, high backrests, and linking devices provide opportunities to increase functionality. Frame in solid wood. Multiple upholstery options available.