Industrial design furniture is inspired by modernism, pop culture and Scandinavian style. Born at the beginning of the 20th century, this movement mixes the artistic and industrial skills of the architect, the decorator and the designer. Lamps, furniture, decorative accessories: industrial design furniture is definitely on-trend. This is not surprising, as this style offers a perfect mix of creative design and the spirit of recovery, between modernity and nostalgia for the era of the great rush of industrialization that began in Europe towards the end of the 19th century until the 1950s. The use of industrial techniques and new materials facilitated its development and mass production. Industrial design furniture is mass-produced, often with materials such as wood, metal or steel, and has to meet specific industry requirements. This industrial furniture, many of which are distributed by top-of-the-range editors such as Knoll International, Vitra, Kartell, Cassina or Zanota, combines solidity and aestheticism. Industrial design furniture is ultra sober, uncluttered and in addition, it has a soul, a history, which is what makes it so popular.