MIO Culture

Progressive design is the stock-in-trade at this Philadelphia-based site, where each item is as exquisite as it is functional. Origami tables fold and unfold, cork floor tiles can be coated with waxes and stains, and a serpentine lamp twists to fit any space. We also love how serious Mio is about each item, supplying several accompanying photos and a lengthy description of the designers' philosophy, materials, measurements, and environmental quotient for everything.

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