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  • Magisso - Self Cooling Serving Bowl
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    Magisso - Self Cooling Serving Bowl
    The serving bowl by Magisso is part of the Self Cooling Ceramics Collection designed by Simon Stevens. The special highlight: The bowls, mugs and carafes are made of self-cooling ceramic. Ideally suitable to be used every day and to keep salads and other meals reliably cool. Cooling function Simply kept under cool water for a minute and the ceramic bowl keeps salads, desserts and other tasty meals reliably cool. The bowl will be cold for several hours with a temperature difference of 40% contrasting the surrounding. Easily labelled The special serving bowls by Magisso don’t only convince with their exceptional cooling function, since the design is also interesting. The bowls are easy to be tagged with chalk, since they are made out of black ceramic. The salad bowls will therefore easily be personalized, or ornamented with phrases, motives and other messages. Pasta, potatoes or green salad? The chalk enables to label the bowls without any problems. This is how your guests will exactly know that’s served. The self-cooling bowls by Magisso: Cool ceramics for every event.
  • Georg Jensen - Henning Koppel Pitcher
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    Georg Jensen - Henning Koppel Pitcher
    The duck is slim now: Henning Koppel designed a serving pitcher (with the number 1,044) in the year 1952 for the legendary Danish silver smithy Georg Jensen that reminded of a fat duck in its form. Consequently it became popular under the name “the pregnant duck” and was considered an absolute design classic. Koppel was obviously influenced by himself when he shaped the “Pitcher” in 1965 – also if it is slimmer now, what makes it appear even nobler than its idol. The design breathes pure pride. The Georg Jensen Company revives the chic, initially silver designed piece now in stainless steel, together with other works from the “master of form”. And the pitcher does spectacularly underline this series, which is why the Henning Koppel objects advanced to become the embodiment of Scandinavian post-war design as New Look famous style with their mirror-flat polished surfaces and their asymmetrical lines. Henning Koppel died in 1981 – although his works are still highly up-to-date today.
  • Alessi Officina Alessi - Trayscape
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    Alessi Officina Alessi - Trayscape
    Trayscape is a tray for the kitchen and the living room. It was designed by the Chinese design studio Urbanus for the Italian manufacturer Alessi and belongs to the project “(Un)Forbidden City”. The name of the project reveals it all: Alessi goes China! And the truth is, Alessi presents a utile item with Asian design philosophy with the Trayscape tray. Trayscape looks like a table sculpture, empty, expecting something that is to come. A dark stone, modelled like a sea, which is surrounded by soft mountains, like a traditional Chinese garden. Turned inside out, to be used as tray, the reliefs of the landscape become the surfaces on the table – and the slightly arched, flat surface, which served as base before, becomes the place for tasty meals. Both opposite souls of “Trayscape” – the contemplative expectation of an empty object and the functionality of the tray – are only understandable separately; they exclude each other. Liu Xiaodu, Meng Yan, Wang Hui of the design studio Urbanis designed a tray, which connects Asian philosophy with everyday objects with their Trayscape they designed for the Officina Alessi collection. The tray is made out of melamine resin.
  • urbanature - stand-up herbs bottle
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    urbanature - stand-up herbs bottle
    The stand-up herb bottles from urbanature safely hold all your herbs, teas and spices converting herbs and bottles into a stylish home accessory. This creative design object from Jörg Brachmann emphasizes herbs charmingly. No wonder that stand-up became the trend-product of 2013 in the category “sustainability and design”. The designer wants to transport a piece of nature into the routine of everyone with products like this. High class, naturalness and everyday-suitability are thereby the guiding ideas for the designer to be oriented. Thereby Jörg Brachmann only uses wood of sustainable foresting and recyclable materials – including the package. The stand-up herb bottles – a playful, noble kitchen accessory Playful and also elegant is how the stand-up bottles present everything that smells good and upgrades meals. The bottles resist nervous hands and stressful movement. When it comes to tension, these sweet bottles remain straight and resistant. The glass bottles made of insensitive borosilicate glass stands on a half-sphere of noble wood. A natural cork top saves the content of the flacon so that aroma and scents remain protected for a long time. Every bottle is made by hand, as all the products of the manufacturer urbanature. The stand-up herbs bottles are available made of different kinds of wood – brighter ones like ash wood act modern, darker ones like walnut are nobler. Herbs or spices are also a gorgeous gift for the loved ones in this charming wrapping.
  • side by side - Sausage Dog Tray
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    side by side - Sausage Dog Tray
    After the sausage dog “Waldi” became the mascot of the Olympic games in Munich in 1972, the dog became famous internationally. The dog breed also called dachshund or simply sausage is especially popular in Germany, which is why the designer Sabine Meyer dedicated a serving tray to him. The long back and the short legs are characteristics we recognize on the first sight. The silhouette of the dachshund serves as serving tray because of its anatomical qualities. It isn’t only allowed to smile when you see this tray, but it is even desired. The humorous design isn’t unpractical, since the serving tray “Sausage Dog” is useful to present finger food and snacks of all kinds and it can also be used as cheese plate. The high class wooden board which has the form of a dachshund is also usable for very different purposes: As trivet, chopping board or decoration element. Side by side produces the serving tray out of oiled, European walnut in the Caritas Wendelstein workshops / Raubling.
  • Alessi - Trinity Bowl
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    Alessi - Trinity Bowl
    The designer Adam Cornish created the basket for Alessi, inspired by the spiral shape of the nautilus’ case. The nature inspired shape of the Trinity bowl became an exceptional home accessory with modern industrial manufacturing processes. The Trinity dishes are made out of a steel sheet with a laser perforation process in the Italian Crusinallo, combining natural shapes with industrial craftsmanship on a unique way. The Trinity bowl is suitable to present and serve fruits, vegetables or bread since it is available in different sizes. But the Trinity bowls by Adam Cornish can also complete a table without any content. These jewellery pieces are made of stainless steel and available with a shiny finish as well as in a white painted edition.
  • Menu Design Menu - Water bottle with a copper lid
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    Menu Design Menu - Water bottle with a copper lid
    The clear, bottle-shaped water bottle by Menu made of mouth blown glass with copper lid suits the other products by Norm because of the soft and minimalistic outlines. The clear water bottle fits perfectly in the refrigerator door, providing chilled liquids at all times. The Menu water bottle comes with a lid to prevent the contents from absorbing odours from the refrigerator. The bottle has a completely drip-free silicone neck that prevents spots on tables, cloths or guests. The removable silicone neck should be hand washed, the bottle is dishwasher safe. A bottle of 1 l and of 0.5 l with removable lid of cork, stainless steel and other colours is also available.
  • Sigg - VIVA Bottles
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    Sigg - VIVA Bottles
    The Swiss company Sigg presents a new bottles’ generation with Sigg Viva. The models of the Viva bottles collection are made of high class, pollutants-free (BPA and phthalates free) and 100% recyclable polypropylene. This is how the company Sigg remains faithful to the demands of high quality, without losing the original roots. Since all the famous aluminium classics and the entire modern Viva models are produced according to the strictest safety and sustainability standards in Switzerland. The Viva drinking bottles, available in fresh colours, offer several advantages because of the innovative plastic material: They are easy to be cleaned, robust and longevity and more weightless than water. A special characteristic of the Viva collection is the transparent design, which makes the content visible. The Viva bottles have a capacity of 0.75 liters and they are available with the classic Sigg screw-cap which makes it easier to carry the bottles, as well as with the innovative 3-Stage-Sports-Top and the sporty NAT closure (New Active Top) with frost-safe ventilation function.
  • Skagerak - Norr Tray
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    Skagerak - Norr Tray
    The Norr Tray from Skagerak is classic. It has a lot of practical utility with its simple shape and the noble processing of it. Norr, Swedish for “north”, breathes the original spirit of Scandinavian design: The straight-lined shape promises versatility and the material of the tray from Skagerak is close to nature and uncompromisingly sophisticated. The simple design allows using it in the most different furnishing styles. Hand-selected, FSC-certified oak wood is used as material for the Norr Tray from Skagerak. The carrying handles are made of leather. The oak of the tray is a very resistant material which grants to be durable.
  • Georg Jensen - Barbry Tray
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    Georg Jensen - Barbry Tray
    Not only to serve, but also as decoration: The tray of the Barbry collection by Georg Jensen embodies the New Nordic Design with clear, modern shapes. Behind the Barbry tray there is Scandinavian handicraft tradition, which was translated by the designer Aurélien Barbry into modernity. The chef’s knife is an all-rounder for food of all kinds. The handles of the Barbry tray are a little elevated at the sides, in order to hold the tray easier, even if the tray stands on a flat surface. Excellent quality is self-evident here again: The Danish manufacturer Georg Jensen produces the tray of the Barbry collection out of oak wood. Suitable as serving tray or for decoration purpose – the tray suits both of the functions with its reduced and still shapes. The tray by Georg Jensen is even more special combined with other objects of the Barbry collection: The material contrasts of oak wood and stainless steel make up exciting effects, which always act harmonic and matching each other because of the common design of the Barbry series.
  • Retap - Drinking Bottle
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    Retap - Drinking Bottle
    More than 15 million tons of plastic waste are created every year, the bigger part of this are plastic bottles. The recycling of these needs as much earth oil as one million cars. And the water transport is not even calculated. Contrasting result-less Green-going-debates, Retap offers a practical solution. The young company offers a sustainable alternative product to plastic bottles and mugs. Retap is an acronym for “Refill – Tap water” – because the bottle is filled with homely tap water, this has not only exceptional qualities in its country, but it also demands 2000 times less energy than water bottles out of the supermarket. Moreover if one uses PET bottles more than once, the risk that pollutant substances come into the water rises. The timeless Danish design of the glass bottles underlines the idea behind the product – sustainable, environment friendly thinking is modern, and future oriented and moreover looks good. Retap bottles with suitable lids are a holistic drinking concept as well as a marketing tool. The bottles can be printed with the according business logo and the suitable colour of the lid makes the corporate branding perfect. In comparison with other drinking bottles, Retap products are throughout clean, suit every dishwasher and become reliably clean with their edges-free design.
  • Hem emblem Hem - Roulé Tray
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    Hem emblem Hem - Roulé Tray
    With the Roulé Tray the manufacturer Hem shows that simple everyday objects can also be pleasant in their function and wake emotions. When Hem asked Pauline Deltour to work with copper, the French designer instantly thought about pots to cook marmalade. The Roulé Tray by Hem mirrors the inspiration of such items and was inspired by characteristic qualities of traditional cooking pots: The big, “rolled” border, which improves ergonomics and makes it easier to pile one on another. The production out of copper makes the Roulé Tray by Hem a luxurious and equally charming object. The Hem Roulé Tray is also available in a brass edition.
  • Eva Solo - Drinking Bottle
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    Eva Solo - Drinking Bottle
    Clear design for water on the way. With the transparent drinking bottles by Eva Solo, you will always have water with you. The bottles have a capacity of 0.5 liters. Because of the plastic material, the bottles are weightless and furthermore environment-friendly, since they have no dangerous components (such as for example Biphenyl or Phthalates). Enjoy your water, ice tea or juice in summer out of the Eva Solo drinking bottles without any problems. And for mistakes to be avoided inside of the family or with friends, each bottle can be ordered with a differently coloured handle (grey, orange, light blue and green) at the stainless steel lid.
  • Menu Design Menu A/S - Water jug 1 liter
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    Menu Design Menu A/S - Water jug 1 liter
    The designer Jakob Wagner started out with the classic bottle archetype, which in the new interpretation shows a smooth, square shape and a stainless steel with silicon colar. The colar protects the glas and holds back drops before they can drip down outside of the bottle - it also hides a disrete lid, that tilts automatically when pouring. The lid keeps out insects and pollen when used outside - and at the same time it ensures that everything your can fill into a bottle, like ice cubes, lemon, mint leaves or strawberries, stays inside. "I like it when my work has a natural balance", says Jakob Wagner. "Therefor the upper part of the bottle is a good example. It protects the glas, yet opens so you can see the content. There is a contrast between the open and the closed bottle - and therefor a balance".
  • Iittala - Aino Aalto Glass Bowl
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    Iittala - Aino Aalto Glass Bowl
    Aalto means wave. Therefore it is obvious that Aino Aalto, the wife of the world-famous architect and designer Alvar Aalto, got her inspiration for the glass jars from waves. The glass series “Aino” was created in 1932 and was first named “Bölgeblick” that describes the waves that a pebble thrown in the water leaves behind on the surface. The functional and timeless simplicity of the glasses is still up-to-date. The products of the Aino Aalto series were awarded the gold medal at the Triennale in Milan in 1936. Here you can bowls made of clear glass; if requested they can also be delivered in tinted glass. The Aino Aalto bowls are available in small, medium and large. Please take also notice of the other products from of the Aino Aalto glass series in our onlineshop.
  • Eva Solo - Tea Vacuum Jug - Coloured
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    Eva Solo - Tea Vacuum Jug - Coloured
    No drops fall on the table’s sides. The vacuum jugs by Eva Solo have a drip-free pourer with a patented pouring insert out of stainless steel, with which coffee or tea traces on the tablecloth are avoided. The opening of the high vacuum jug is suitable for the Eva Solo tea filter as well as for the coffee filter and it can be filled with every kind of hot and cold drink. The low vacuum jug is as well easy to be filled. It has a low gravity point because of the wide shape, and it therefore stands stably and it is also suitable for excursions and picnics. The awarded vacuum jug from Eva Solo is made of plastic from the outside and it has an exchangeable glass bulb inside. The height and the low editions have a capacity of 1.0 l and they are available in many different colours.
  • Rosendahl - Grand Cru Round Serving Plate with Pedestal
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    Rosendahl - Grand Cru Round Serving Plate with Pedestal
    Classic dishes that disappeared from the screen a long time ago are trendy again. This is how the traditional pastry plate comes back with a modern shape, with the appearance of the round Grand Cru serving tray with pedestal by Rosendahl. Serving pastry or other self-made things like macaroons and cupcakes is what the round Grand Cru serving tray does. The Grand Cru porcelain plate is big enough to hold cakes, cake servers and many tasty fruits. The serving plate is also suitable as top of other tasty little things. This is a great gift for all bakery enthusiasts and for all of those that love Danish quality design. Rosendahl produces the modern serving plate out of porcelain. The Erik Bagger made Grand Cru collection is one of the most famous dishes series of Denmark. The sharp edges and stylishly clear outlines make it suitable for every place.
  • Iittala - Wirkkala Bottle 2015
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    Iittala - Wirkkala Bottle 2015
    The Finnish designer Tapio Wirkkala would have celebrated his 100 th in 2015. Iittala presents a limited special edition to the honour of the design icon, with the Wirkkala 2015 bottle. The bottle by Tapio Wirkkala was only produced from 1959 to 1968 initially at Iittala. The glass containers come back as exclusive editions in 2015 for the 100 th birthday of Wirkkala. The Wirkkala bottle is mouth-blown according to the highest quality standards and ancient handicraft traditions. A decent, but visible border gives the powerful character and the unique appearance to the bottle. Highly limited special edition The Wirkkala 2015 bottle isn’t only an exclusive decoration object, but it is also suitable to be really used. It perfectly does that’s expected from it as water carafe and it also looks gorgeous as vase. The real specialty of the exclusive glass bottle is the high limitation to only 2015 pieces. Each Wirkkala bottle has an engraved serial number, which grants exclusivity. The limited designer bottle will surely become a very desired classic piece.
  • Stelton - Theo mini bowls
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    Stelton - Theo mini bowls
    Balanced quietness and warmth – with Theo. The tea collection by Stelton offers all you need for a real tea ceremony. And all of it with exceptional style and powerful expression. The Stelton Theo mini bowls are made of classic Scandinavian stoneware in rustic, black-brown cast iron finish. The bowls are suitable for dips and snacks as well as holders for votive candles. They are also ideally suitable as sushi accessoties for soy sauce or pickled ginger. A Theo mini bowl is also able to heat the warmer out of the expressive collection by Stelton, used as candleholder. The simple and stylish shape acts relaxing – which is the ideal prerequisite for drowning in the own tea rituals. Suiting the mini bowls, Francis Cayouette also designed a teapot, a teapot warmer and a tea cup for his Theo collection. The mix of materials, powerful colours and modern, clear shapes ensures unique appeal and remaining impressions.
  • Design House Stockholm - Fia Carafe
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    Design House Stockholm - Fia Carafe
    The Fia Carafe has been designed by Nina Jobs, who equipped it with functional natural forms and colours in her aim of simplicity. Despite of the simple form, the Swedish designer couldn’t avoid including a clever highlight into the mouth blown carafe. This one consists of the possibility of closing the bottle as well as of the form of the lid. The wine and water or flower pot usable carafe of the Nordic design manufacturer Design House Stockholm is named after the Swedish version of the table-game Ludo because of its playful character. This playfulness is emphasized by straight lines, as well as by precisely grinded spheres in different crystal colours. Nina Jobs’ carafes aren’t only refined appealing; they also include an environment friendly, elegant alternative of serving table-water, which also means a sharp contrast to the banality of common plastic bottles.
  • Menu Design Menu - Bottle salt and pepper grinder
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    Menu Design Menu - Bottle salt and pepper grinder
    Salt and pepper grinder by Menu With Bottle Menu presents a salt and pepper grinder that fascinates and makes curious. Beside the visual qualities, while the development of the grinder, the practical performance is the focus. The Bottle grinder possesses a powerful ceramic grinder and a form that reminds of a water bottle. Powerful grinder The design of the aesthetic salt and pepper grinders was coined by Norm. Bottle initially impresses with its strength because of its size and intensity. The upside-down design ensures that salt and pepper only scatter when you mill. If the grinder stands, so that the opening is upside, no traces will remain. As material for the Bottle grinder, the Norm and Menu designers chose ABS synthetics with a rubber layer. The grinder includes a lasting, strong ceramic grinder. The salt and pepper grinders are available in three Scandinavian natural colours and with wooden or steel lids.
  • Bodum - Canteen Porcelain-Coffee Bowl
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    Bodum - Canteen Porcelain-Coffee Bowl
    The Bodum Canteen Porcelain-Series has colourful accents... The coffee bowl of the Canteen-Series has a capacity of 0,35 litre and a silicone ring, which offers double safety: It caters for a strong handle and it has an isolating function and protects the hands from burning with the hot contents. The double porcelain wall of the cup also offers many isolating characteristics and keeps the content warm for longer than in usual pots. The Canteen Porcelain bowls are dishwasher safe. With the Canteen Porcelain Bowl, Bodum offers a completed product, which was awarded with the Red Dot Award in 2009 in the category product design. The Bowls are available in the sizes 0.1 litre, 0.2 litre and 0.35 litre.
  • Holmegaard - Cocoon bowl
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    Holmegaard - Cocoon bowl
    The clear lines and shiny colours of Cocoon by Holmegaard enrich dining table sand homes. The simple Cocoon bowls by Holmegaard are perfectly suitable not only for special occasions but also for everyday use. Whether as a serving bowl for pasta or snacks, as a fruit bowl or simply for decorating the living room table or sideboard, Cocoon promises exclusive design and functionality. The elegant design by Peter Svarrer can be perfectly combined. You may combine all kinds of colours and sizes and so create an individual style for your home. The bowls are available in clear, grey, red, white and black and in two different sizes.
  • Alessi - Mediterraneo Salad Bowl
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    Alessi - Mediterraneo Salad Bowl
    The designer Emma Silvestris created the Mediterraneo design inspired by the different facets of the beauty of the underwater world. The coral-like Mediterraneo pattern out of pressed and punched steel seems to flood combined with the salad bowl out of thermoplastic resin. The popular design of the fruits bowl is – combined with the transparent bowl – more versatile to be used and it can easily be used as salad bowl thanks to the division in two parts, being easily cleaned afterwards. The famous Alessi design is also available as shapely fruits bowl.
  • Rosendahl - Grand Cru Vacuum Jug
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    Rosendahl - Grand Cru Vacuum Jug
    The Grand Cru vacuum jug by the Danish manufacturer Rosendahl is characterized by its typical grooves at the base, as well as all the other products out of the Grand Cru series. The vacuum jug however, doesn’t only convince with its elegant exterior but also with its practical utility: It can be taken everywhere; it keeps warm drinks warm and cold drinks cold. The button-control of the Grand Cru vacuum jug makes it easier to open the jug and it therefore allows easier serving. The Grand Cru vacuum jug is available in different colours and out of stainless steel.
  • Bambu - Coiled Bamboo Bowl
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    Bambu - Coiled Bamboo Bowl
    Modern design meets traditional handicraft. Each coiled bamboo bowl is made of hand-rolled bamboo, treated with food-safe lacquer of the cashew tree. Besides thinking of the environment and sustainability, the bowls also have some more advantages: The coiled bamboo bowls by Bambu aren’t only suitable to serve cold and hot meals, but also as decorative pieces. Available in different sizes, the bowls hold soups, salads or other meals, but being empty they upgrade the place they’re in. Another specialty of the bamboo bowls is that they are more weightless, but still extremely robust contrasting other natural wood bowls. Bambu suggests to clean the handmade bamboo bowls by hand in warm soaped water. Besides an untreated natural wood edition, the manufacturer also offers coloured variants.
  • Bodum - Biasca ice tea pot 1.2 l
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    Bodum - Biasca ice tea pot 1.2 l
    The Biasca iced tea jug from Bodum was named after a city in the south of Switzerland, where it gets extremely hot even in mild summer periods. The natives therefore get their cool downs with iced green tea that can be self made and enjoyed now with the Biasca jug. In the lid of the Biasca iced tea jug there is a finely woven plastic filter, that retains tea-leaves or lemon slices inside of the jug white serving. The lid of the can is detachable. It consists of plastic and possesses a silicone seal. The jug consists of heat resistant and light borosilicate glass. Iced tea does not only cool one down in summer, it also enables a pleasant energy boost. To manufacture your own iced tea insert the desired amount of green tea leaves into the Biasca jug and fill it with cold water. In the ideal case it steeps all over the night and then add sugar and ice cubes – ready!
  • Magisso - Self Cooling Salad Bowl
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    Magisso - Self Cooling Salad Bowl
    The serving bowl by Magisso is part of the Self Cooling Ceramics Collection designed by Simon Stevens. The special highlight: The bowls, mugs and carafes are made of self-cooling ceramic. Ideally suitable to be used every day and to keep salads and other meals reliably cool. Cooling function Simply kept under cool water for a minute and the ceramic bowl keeps salads and other tasty meals reliably cool. The bowl will be cold for several hours with a temperature difference of 40% contrasting the surrounding. Easily labelled The special serving bowls by Magisso don’t only convince with their exceptional cooling function, since the design is also interesting. The bowls are easy to be tagged with chalk, since they are made out of black ceramic. The salad bowls will therefore easily be personalized, or ornamented with phrases, motives and other messages. Pasta, potatoes or green salad? The chalk enables to label the bowls without any problems. This is how your guests will exactly know that’s served. The self-cooling salad bowl by Magisso: Cool ceramics for every event.
  • Rig-Tig by Stelton - Herb Pot oval
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    Rig-Tig by Stelton - Herb Pot oval
    Fresh herbs give great taste whether you are making a delicious salad, pasta dish, dressing or casserole. Extend the life of your herbs with Rig-Tig’s herb pots, featuring a stylish design that fits all kitchens. Just pour water into the saucer and allow the plant’s roots to absorb the water. The Herb Pot is not only available in the round version for one plant, but also in an oval version for two plants. The pots are made from 100% bio degradable materials, making them friendly to nature and the environment.
  • Bambu - Appetizer Tray
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    Bambu - Appetizer Tray
    Where do starters look better than on a natural wooden board? Right: Nowhere. The Bambu appetizer tray presents antipasti, small snacks and all the other small meals tastily, so that they even taste better on them. Bambu produces the appetizer tray out of sustainably forested bamboo. A handmade tray emerges, which convinces with contemporaneous design, elegant finish of food-safe oil and sustainable materials. Small notches make it possible to carry the tray easily when it comes to serve what’s on it. Bamboo is wonderfully suitable to present meals, since the natural material is anti-bacterial, it doesn’t absorb any aroma and scents and which is water-repellent. Bambu suggests to clean the appetizer tray in warm soaped water by hand and to treat the tray with a little bit of oil from time to time.
  • Marimekko - Fokus Tray
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    Marimekko - Fokus Tray
    Clear shapes and graphic appearance: The Marimekko Focus tray brings good taste into the kitchen and the dining room. The pattern of the Fokus was designed by Anna Danielsson in 2001. When you look a little closer, the geometric forms look slightly displaced and discontinuous. The handmade appeal gives dynamism and life to the simple pattern. The round shape of the Fokus tray makes the pattern especially moody, since it reminds us of an abstract eye. Practical qualities also characterize the Marimekko Fokus tray: It is a mobile eye-catcher which carries all kinds of things with style.
  • Alessi Officina Alessi - Salt and Pepper Shakers
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    Alessi Officina Alessi - Salt and Pepper Shakers
    The salt and pepper shakers designed by the star architect Peter Zumthor surprise with a formal severity and design efficiency. The objects with their broken look immediately remind us of the shape of crystals or stalactites. The sugar pot and the oil and vinegar dispensers complete the long expected collection by Zumthor. Unique design made of crystal glass with silver-plated details that convince with the succeeded combination of form, function and quality.
  • Kahla - Update, white
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    Kahla - Update, white
    Update – the kind of different porcelain! The origin was a bowl. A plate accompanied it, serving as coaster and lid at the same time. Bowl, plate in several sizes, a cup and a baking tin form the eight-pieces Update-basic-set by the designer Barbara Schmidt, a basic equipment for home-starters. Slowly but surely the program grew with some more bowls, plates and cups, a spoon and a chopstick coaster. Out of this range of possibilities, every user will be able to create his own porcelain according to his demands and life situation, maybe updating it time after time. There are more pieces out of the Update collection available.
  • Stelton - Emma Coffee Vacuum Jug
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    Stelton - Emma Coffee Vacuum Jug
    Traditional and innovative in one. This is the essence of the new Emma coffee vacuum jug by Stelton. The harmonic body of the stainless steel jug has a beautiful blue gloss painting, which ensures a fantastic tone-in-tone harmony with the rest of the Emma collection. The beech wood handle offers a Scandinavian note to the Emma coffee vacuum jug as well as a modern and authentic expression. The jug has a slim silhouette and is easily differentiated from the bulky teapot of the same series. Stelton’s Emma coffee vacuum jug invites to its modern design with a steel insert and practical click lid, which is usable with one hand, to brew traditional filter coffee. Stelton produces the body of the coffee vacuum jug of polished stainless steel, and also the thermos insert is made of stainless steel.
  • Objekten Systems emblem Objekten - Service Tray
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    Objekten Systems emblem Objekten - Service Tray
    Service Tray is a minimalistic tray by the Belgian manufacturer Objekten. The practical and unobtrusive design comes from Alain Berteau. The reduced shape of the Service Tray doesn’t reveal, which special qualities it has: The handles are rotatable, mounted on one axis. This is how they automatically and ergonomically fit in the hand, when the tray is ported. There is enough space for all kinds of snacks in the middle – whereby the Service Tray isn’t only suitable to serve food because of its elegant design. The Service Tray by Objekten is made of FSC-certified, massive oak wood. The production of the tray takes palace in Germany. The oak wood tray is available in a bright and black edition.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Wrong for Hay Tela Carafe
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Wrong for Hay Tela Carafe
    The first sight already shows that the Tela carafe of the Wrong for Hay Collection is something special. The unique production process results in a textile pattern on the glass carafe by Hay. The aim of the design team Silo is always to give a handicrafted character to industrial and common products. The Wrong for Hay Tela carafe is a master example of this philosophy: The mouth-blown glass is formed when it is hot inside of a fireproof tissue. This is how the textile pattern with fabrics and seams emerges on the Tela glass. The production process by hand is the reason why every carafe is unique, since not a piece is like the other. The Wrong for Hay Tela carafes wonderfully suit the Tela Bowl and the Tela Tumbler of course, out of the Collection by the British studio Silo, designed for Hay.
  • Iittala - Aino Aalto Glass Pitcher
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    Iittala - Aino Aalto Glass Pitcher
    Aalto means wave. Therefore it is obvious that Aino Aalto, the wife of the world-famous architect and designer Alvar Aalto, got her inspiration for the glass jars from waves. The glass series “Aino” was created in 1932 and was first named “Bölgeblick” that describes the waves that a pebble thrown in the water leaves behind on the surface. The functional and timeless simplicity of the glasses is still up-to-date. The products of the Aino Aalto series were awarded the gold medal at the Triennial in Milan in 1936. Here you can buy the 120-cl-pitcher made of clear glass and suitable for the Aino Aalto glasses. We also provide the other products of the Aino Aalto Glass Series in our Online Shop.
  • Georg Jensen - HK Bonbonniere Turnip
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    Georg Jensen - HK Bonbonniere Turnip
    The HK Bonbonniere Turnip by Georg Jensen is a storage box that is absolutely up to date through its materials contrast. The Bonbonniere is suitable for sweets and candy as well as other small items like keys, cell phones, vallets or office accessories. The HK Bonbonniere Turnip of Georg Jensen presents itself in an absolute modern design that was created by the world-famous Danish designer Henning Koppel. At that time, Koppel established the so-called New Look with its organic forms and mirroring surfaces which left a lasting impression and had a great influence on the Scandinavian design of the post-war era. These shapes were also the basis for the HK Bonbonniere Turnip of Georg Jensen. The name of the HK Turnip storage box reveals its godfather: Turnip cabbage was the inspiration for the shape of the Bonbonniere by Georg Jensen. The combination of mirroring stainless steel with puristical oak wood is the epitome of modern material combinations that highlights effectively and strikingly the contrasts.
  • Marimekko - Mini-Unikko Tray 27 x 20 cm
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    Marimekko - Mini-Unikko Tray 27 x 20 cm
    Marimekko created one of the most famous patterns of the world: Unikko. The legendary print is a mobile eye-catcher on the Pieni Unikko Tray, which is also able to transport all kinds of things. Pieni Unikko si a smaller version of the famous Unikko pattern, which has been made by Maika Isola for Marimekko in 1964. Kristina Isola, the daughter of the Finnish design icon, translated the flowers pattern into a smaller scale for Pieni Unikko (Eng. “Small poppy”). This makes it possible for the print to unfold its complete effect on the Pieni Unikko Tray with a size of 27 x 20 cm. Marimekko produces the Pieni Unikko Tray out of plywood. This makes the practical kitchen helper robust, easy to be cleaned and durable.
  • Mode Product Design - Earl Oil & Vinegar
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    Mode Product Design - Earl Oil & Vinegar
    A real eye-catcher comes now from the laboratory to the kitchen table: With Earl Oil & Vinegar, Mode Product Design presents oil and vinegar dispensers that were inspired by the Erlenmeyer flask. Accompained by the thought of the chemistry of eating, the vinegar and oil dispensers by Mode Product Design are real eye-catchers. The Erlenmeyer flask is a well known symbol of science, and also good food is a complete science. With Earl oil and vinegar you push this aspect to the spotlight – for you and your guests. Thereby the Earl oil and vinegar bottles aren’t only a show: The oil and vinegar set consists of real borosilicate glass (acids and heat-resistant, dishwasher safe), this material is also used in laboratories. The measuring scale makes the authentic expression perfect. The pourers are made of stainless steel and allow a perfectly-directed and dozed portioning. Earl Oil & Vinegar however, cannot only be used for oil and vinegar, but also for self-made dressings and sauces: Mix them, serve them. There are also suitable salt and pepper casters to serve spices in solid physical states such as salt, pepper, spices, sugar, etc.: Earl Salt & Pepper.
  • Kahla - Magic Grip Coffee Service
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    Kahla - Magic Grip Coffee Service
    An innovation which increases the functionality of porcelain: The Magic Grip Coffee Service doesn't slip, doesn't scratch and doesn't clatter. With the Magic Grip Coffee service, your conversations won't be interrupted by any disruptive clatter of plates, cups and bowls. Delicate and noble surfaces don't need to be protected by place mats because the Magic Grip service protects from scratches. While serving the dishes on a tray, the danger of dropping plates is considerably reduced. And last, but not least, with the novel bowls of manufacturer Kahla , there is also a lower risk that it might be pushed off the table by accident - not only a real advantage for households with children. Kahla Magic Grip: Innovation on the table Even in hotels and gastronomy, the anti-slip, clatter-free and surface-protecting dish Magic Grip offers a real benefit because the lowered noises and the gentle handling of surfaces of all kinds is here at least as welcome as in private households. The specific characteristics of the innovative technology by manufacturer Kahla comes into play in almost every area: Because of the non-slip coating, Magic Grip can even survive rougher sea conditions when used on a boat. The advantages of the special collection of manufacturer Kahla are obvious: Magic Grip coating is part and parcel of the dish, and thereby safe for use with food, dishwasher- and microwave safe. The coating is almost invisible which is why the design of the saucer, espresso / mocha and coffee cups are brilliantly practical. In his collection Magic Grip, as well as in any other collection before, too, the Thuringian traditional manufacturer Kahla stands for the same values that possess him from the very start. Certainly, the porcelain is of best quality and Made in Germany. For its innovative drive while also ensuring the respect of the principle of classic values at the same time, the Kahla Magic Grip series was awarded with the Red Dot Award.
  • Marimekko - Pieni Unikko Tray 43 x 33 cm
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    Marimekko - Pieni Unikko Tray 43 x 33 cm
    Marimekko created one of the most famous patterns of the world: Unikko. The legendary print is a mobile eye-catcher on the Pieni Unikko Tray, which is also able to transport all kinds of things. Pieni Unikko si a smaller version of the famous Unikko pattern, which has been made by Maika Isola for Marimekko in 1964. Kristina Isola, the daughter of the Finnish design icon, translated the flowers pattern into a smaller scale for Pieni Unikko (Eng. “Small poppy”). This makes it possible for the print to unfold its complete effect on the Pieni Unikko Tray with a size of 43 x 33 cm. Marimekko produces the Pieni Unikko Tray out of plywood. This makes the practical kitchen helper robust, easy to be cleaned and durable.
  • Alessi - Fruits Bowl Mediterraneo
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    Alessi - Fruits Bowl Mediterraneo
    Inspired by the magic of underwater worlds, the jewellery designer Emma Silvestris designed a “fairy-tale” fruits bowl with Mediterraneo that has its attraction and appeal out of the contrast of soft, filigree forms and hard material. The plant arms seem to move softly upwards to the water surface. Definitely: The bowl copies corals, the name Mediterraneo keeps what it promises. With „Mediterraneo“ by Alessi, the designer Emma Silvestris achieved a successful design in the year 2005. In the bold shaping of the fruits bowl, the Italian designer highlights the weightless state that exists under the water. The fruits bowl is available in two sizes (Ø 21 cm und 29 cm) and in different colours.
  • Alessi Officina Alessi - Peter Zumthor Sugar Shaker
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    Alessi Officina Alessi - Peter Zumthor Sugar Shaker
    The sugar shaker designed by the star architect Peter Zumthor surprises with formal strength and design efficiency. The noble kitchen helper is part of the long awaited Zumthor Collection of Officina Alessi including salt and pepper shakers and oil and vinegar bottles as well. The objects of the Zumthor Collection for Alessi remind us of the form of crystals or stalactites with their broken appearance. Unique design out of crystal glass with silver-plated details, convincing by means of the succeeded combination of form, function and quality. The design sugar shaker has a capacity of 20 cl.
  • Iittala - Tanssi Dishes
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    Iittala - Tanssi Dishes
    Tanssi (the Finnish word for “dance”) is a visual continuation of the magical world, which was created by the artist Klaus Haapaniemi for Iittala. Similar to the Taika series by Haapaniemi, the products of the Tanssi collection convince with fantasy motives and colours, reminding us of the inhabitants of undiscovered forests. Haapaniemi was inspired by the Czech opera “The Cunning Little Vixen”, which is a sad and also beautiful history about the coexistence of animals and humans and the eternal circle of life. The Cunny Little Vixen (originally: Příhody lišky Bystroušky) is an opera by the Czech compositor Leoš Janáček. The opera emerged between 1921 and 1923 based on a novel by Rudolf Těsnohlídek. The opening night took place in November of 1924 and the opera of Helsinki presented this work again in 2015. Klaus Haapaniemi was called to equip the scenery, of course. Tanssi is different to other patterns like Taika, Korento or Satumestä, but it still emphasizes the distinctive and detailed style of Klaus Haapaniemi. The pattern tells its own story and it enriches our days with the cultural reference and a hint of nostalgia. The dishes of the Tanssi Collection enable numerous combination possibilities and perfectly harmonize with more Iittala collections, like Teema, Taika, Essence, Kartio, Senta or Ultima Thule. The single parts are furthermore dishwasher safe and they can be used in the microwave.
  • Skagerak - Nordic bowl
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    Skagerak - Nordic bowl
    The Nordic bowl from Skagerak is a multifunctional bowl to store, prepare and serve salads, snacks, fruits or vegetables. The simple bowl painted in a classic white colour is made out of ceramic and high quality workmanship. The simple form and colour makes it easy for the Nordic bowl to find a place in the most different furnishings. In the kitchen or in the living room you can store your fruits, vegetables or smaller objects. In contrast, Nordic becomes an elegant salad bowl on the table, in which you can serve meals, as well as prepare them. The Nordic bowl is part of the eponymous series from Skagerak that also includes salad cutlery and barbecue cutlery. The bowl is microwave and dishwasher safe.
  • Menu Design Menu - Norm Cool Carafe
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    Menu Design Menu - Norm Cool Carafe
    It is nearly possible to see the freshness: The Norm Cool carafe by Menu keeps drinks on an enjoyable temperature with its integrated cooling tube. The designers of Norm focused on harmonizing the clear Scandinavian design style with its function during the creation of their Cool carafe. This is how it is nearly possible to see how refreshing the content is. The iconic shape of the bottle however, doesn’t distract from the real utility of the Menu Norm Cool carafe: To quench thirst effectively. The cooling staff in the Menu carafe has water inside of it – which is why it can simply be “recharged” inside of the freezer. The lid consists of stainless steel, which offers a noble appeal to the carafe. The silicone seal ensures that the sophisticated appealingly promise is kept and the Manu Norm Cool carafe remains absolutely drop-free.
  • Iittala - Teema Bowl 1.65 l
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    Iittala - Teema Bowl 1.65 l
    The Teema bowls with a capacity of 1.65 liters is a practical fulfill to the eponymous dishes collection by Iittala. It is practical to serve fruits, salads, potatoes, pasta or ice cream, but also suits to prepare and mix different meals and ingredients because of its round form. As well as the whole Teema collection, the bowl convinces with simple elegance and versatility. It renounces ornaments and decoration and it is exceptionally reduced to the essential. Sphere, square and rectangle are the base forms which already fascinated the ancient Greek and that also Kaj Franck found irresistible so that he made it a theme for Teema. The Teema bowl consists of porcelain and is oven-proof as well as freezer and dishwasher adapted.
  • Vitra - Classic Tray Grid
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    Vitra - Classic Tray Grid
    Alexander Girard was one of the most influential people of American post-war design, being an architect, designer and graphic designer. Many of the colourful graphic designs by Alexander Girard, originally made for Herman Miller, are printed on selected furniture, home accessories and textiles today. Vitra chose some designs in cooperation with the Girard family, which manages the heritage of the Studio Girard, for the Vitra Home Complements Collection to be re-edited. The Classic Trays wear six of the most famous designs of Alexander Girard. One of them is the graphic pattern “Grid”. This one is a practical helper setting colourful accents in home or dining rooms. The serving tray of Vitra always looks gorgeous. The tray can be combined with other editions of the Vitra trays collection. This is how interesting colour collages and a practical serving sets emerge combining the patterns. They are ideally suitable for the breakfast table, parties or as interesting colour accents. The trays should only be washed by hand, since they are made of laminated plywood. The trays are available in different sizes and with different motives.
  • Magisso - Self Cooling Carafe
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    Magisso - Self Cooling Carafe
    Enjoy a cool lemonade, water or juice with the self-cooling carafe of the Cooling Collection by Magisso. The special ceramic by Simon Stevens convinces with a simple design with inviting skills. Cooling function Simply held under cold water for a minute and the ceramic carafe keeps drinks pleasantly cool. An average temperature of under 40% of the outside temperature keeps drinks cold for up to four hours. Bulky cooking bags or ice cubes that water the drink belong to the past. To be written with chalk The cooling carafe is made out of black ceramic and it can therefore easily be written with chalk. Ornament the carafe with charming pictures, phrases or patterns. Fantasy isn’t limited. The carafe is also suitable to be used for BBQ evenings. Simply pulled open, for the guests to see what’s inside all the time. Pretty and practical at a time. Cool ceramic for every event Whether for juice, milk or lemonade: The self-cooling carafe keeps liquids pleasantly cold. A big breakfast or a comfortable barbecue evening becomes funnier that way.
  • Holmegaard - Minima carafe
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    Holmegaard - Minima carafe
    Minima is the ideal carafe for modern purists! The Minima carafes were created by the Danish designer Cecilie Manz for Holmegaard. The glass carafes have a high quality workmanship and possess slim and modern forms. Holmegaards Minima carafes possess a lid. They can be used as wine decanters, water carafes or as storage bottles for milk or juices. Because of their slim form, they also find a place in most of the fridge-doors. The Minima carafes are already available in the second generation. Contrasting the first generation, the current carafes don't consist of mouth blown glass any more, but of machines blown glass and are therefore dishwasher safe (max. 50-55 °C). The Minima carafes are available in different sizes and colours.
  • Stelton - Emma Sugar Bowl
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    Stelton - Emma Sugar Bowl
    Complete your coffee and tea table with the sugar bowl of the Stelton Emma collection. The sugar bowl has a practical lid with an opening for a tea spoon. This makes it decorative to be placed on a shelf, without its content being harmed by dust. The Emma sugar bowl out of porcelain is high-gloss polished and it suits all the pieces of the blue tone-in-tone nuances of the series. The bowl ornaments the table with its impressing minimalistic weightlessness. Stelton produces the Emma sugar bowl of porcelain. The bowl is naturally dishwasher-safe.
  • Kartell - Jelly Serving Plate
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    Kartell - Jelly Serving Plate
    The flowing design of the serving plate by Kartell was created by Patricia Urquiola. The designer’s creations are characterized by soft shapes, which are also unmistakably recognizable in the Jelly bowl. The specialty is in the design of the surface, which emphasizes the stability of the plastic and the jelly like texture, which also reminds us of the shape of jelly beans. The presentation of meals is therefore gorgeous on this plate. The serving plate also looks beautiful combined with the Jelly vase, which is also made of thoroughly dyed PMMA. The serving plate is available in all the Kartell offered colours.
  • Skultuna - Bowl
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    Skultuna - Bowl
    With the Bowl, designer Olof Kolte has created a very special object for Skultuna: Based on the classic material brass, the Swedish designer has created two-coloured small bowls which have a refreshing modern expression. With their unique style, the bowls are not only suitable for serving snacks and decorative objects but also on its own as a free-standing object. Skultuna manufactures the bowls of polished brass, the decorative bowls are powder-coated on the inside. The contrast between glossy outside and matt inside appears particularly noble, especially when combined with different sizes in a group. Brass develops a natural patina over time. For maintenance, Skultuna recommends to use a mild metal polish and a soft cloth, as well as to avoid contact with water. On request, the Skultuna Bowls are also available with further colours on the inside.
  • by Lassen - Kubus Bowl
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    by Lassen - Kubus Bowl
    The design of the Kubus Bowl is based on the original sketches of Mogens Lassen. The round bowl with the square socket shows classic geometric elements, as we know them from the Bauhaus school. And really the Bauhaus was also a primary inspiration source for the Danish architect and designer. The Bauhaus maxim, which wanted to make design accessible to everyone, also influenced Mogens Lassen’s work. The Kubus Bowl is produced in Denmark with a focus on high quality and solid handicraft art. The bowl is a natural and logical further development of the iconic Kubus candleholder, which has already been created by Mogens Lassen in 1962 and which perfectly represents his contemporaneous, functional style. The Kubus Bowl can be used during the whole year and serve as fruits bowl, for snacks or even for plants as well as to store and deposit personal things. The lacquered steel made bowl is available in two sizes and in different colours.
  • Skultuna - Ballerina Bowl
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    Skultuna - Ballerina Bowl
    The Ballerina Bowls by Skultuna live up to their name: The shining bowls balance elegant and filigree on their curved bottom - nearly as if they were hovering. Since the Ballerina Bowls stand on a small point of their curved bottom, they appear to gently dance from side to side when touched. Thereby, the Ballerina Bowls designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune appear swinging and dynamic. Nevertheless, the content of the bowl is always securely stored. Skultuna manufactures the jewellery bowls of glossy brass. Due to their elegant shape, the Ballerina Bowls are not just suitable for snacks and fruits but also for decorative presentation of accessories. Nevertheless, even without any content the free-standing bowl cuts a good figure. Especially in combination with different sizes, the Ballerina Bowl appears very effective. Brass develops a natural patina over time. For maintenance, Skultuna recommends to use a mild metal polish and a soft cloth, as well as to avoid contact with water.
  • Rig-Tig by Stelton - Cool-It water carafe
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    Rig-Tig by Stelton - Cool-It water carafe
    Cool-It is the striking and functional water carafe, which is also suitable for other drinks: The carafe from Rig-Tig by Stelton is also the ideal bottle for salt and other cold refreshments. Rig-Tig created a direct hit for enthusiasts with the Cool-It carafe. Since cold drinks are stored in the fridge and instantly served with it. The elegant shape and the unusual closure of Cool-It also look gorgeous on the table. Drinks also become finer in the Rig-Tig Cool-It carafe, depending on the user’s taste: With cucumber slices, ginger, lime, apple, mint… the own taste isn’t limited, and with 1.5 litres of capacity you will also quench the biggest thirst. Francis Cayouette designed the Cool-It water carafe for Rig-Tig. The intelligent closure works with a sphere, which is simply tilted downwards and which finds its way to the top of the bottle when it should be closed again.
  • Alessi - Fior d'olio Spout
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    Alessi - Fior d'olio Spout
    The spout Fior d’olio by Alessi appears newish – without the coloured glass. The beaked pourer is more functional now, since it fits on every common bottle mouth. This is how Fior d’olio can be installed on the olive oil bottle you bought in the supermarket, to pour and dose the “green gold” immediately. The Fior d’olio spout avoids possible oxidization at the same time, saving the taste of the oil for a long time. The charming leave detail completes the design of the Fior d’olio pourer.
  • Georg Jensen - Bloom Carafe
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    Georg Jensen - Bloom Carafe
    The designs by Helle Damkjær can really be described as international: The Dane lives in Paris, but for her Bloom Carafe the designer was inspired in and by East Asia. The role model of the softly designed series are cherry blossoms. In Japan, the Dane designer got to know the blossoms for which the country is most famous for, and the idea for the delicate and soft shapes of the Bloom Carafe was born. The Georg Jensen Bloom Carafe is not just suitable as noble carafe but can also be used as a decorative and exclusive flower vase for the living room. The Georg Jensen Bloom Carafe flatters the eye with its soft shapes and its noble impression. The carafe is sensually shaped, the contrast of soft curves and the strong material stainless steel creates an impression of strong tension and character.
  • Sigg - NAT Dynamic Bottle
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    Sigg - NAT Dynamic Bottle
    The drinking bottle with brain: There is so much innovation in the NAT Dynamic Bottle, that the Sigg drinking bottle is really suitable for every possible event. High-tech, safety valve, pre-ventilation. No, we aren’t talking about a rocket propulsion, but about the NAT bottle closure (New Active Top) by Sigg. The NAT Dynamic drinking bottle has an ergonomic shape, so that it is also pleasant to be held when we are moving or doing sports. The new technology ensures ideal liquids-flow with the integrated drinking straw, without the need of tilting the bottle. Thanks to the pre-ventilation, nothing will splash around and the versatile adjustment of the drink’s amount passing through the straw decides how fast thirst is quenched. The closure is leak-proof, even when the NAT Dynamic Bottle by Sigg falls once. This makes children happy, but also sportspeople and drivers will like this bottle. Since it’s not necessary to open bottles anymore. This is how you will be able to drink whenever you want without closing your bottle. One can say that the Swiss have reinvented drinking with the NAT cap. All parts of the drinking bottle are easily removable to be washed in the dishwasher, but the bottle should be washed by hand. It is only natural for the Swiss manufacturer, that the NAT Bottles by Sigg are pollutants-free and recyclable as well as sophisticated regarding their material. The New Active Top of the drinking bottles can also be replaced by the classic Sigg closure with the optionally available WMB adapter.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Marble Tray
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Marble Tray
    The Marble Tray by Hay is the nobler tray: Made out of pure marble, it is perfectly suitable as deposit for jewellery, noble sweets or other valuable objects. The natural and especially timeless material offers a noble appeal to the tray, which isn’t only integrated in sophisticated furnishings. The Marble Tray can be combined with many other furnishing styles and placed in different rooms with its simple manifestation – it is suitable for chests of drawers in living rooms as well as for fruits in the kitchen, as pens tray in offices or in the bathroom. The Marble Tray by Hay is available in two sizes and it consists of bright marble. Not one tray looks like another with the natural material: Each tray is a unique piece with a completely individual grain.
  • Iittala - Mariskooli Bowl
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    Iittala - Mariskooli Bowl
    The unique Mariskooli bowls from Iittala exist since the 1960s, when the Marimekko founder Armi Ratio designed them for her garden parties. Ratia instructed the glass-specialist Iittala for the production of the bowls, which came out to be the right choice. Both famous manufacturers of Finnish design collaborated for this classic piece, which is still popular today. The Mariskooli bowl is usable for desserts, sweets or simply as a decoration item- Meanwhile the Mariskooli bowls became desired collector’s pieces and gifts all over the world. The famous design pieces, also known as Maribowl, are master examples for the philosophy of Iittala with their huge tradition. They are available in many shiny colours.
  • Stelton - Emma Vacuum Milk Jug
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    Stelton - Emma Vacuum Milk Jug
    Milk shouldn’t be missing on a coffee table, and warm milk would be even better. Of course the Emma collection by Stelton therefore also offers a vacuum jug out of double walled porcelain. Warm the milk and pour it into the jug or heat it directly in the microwave. The double wall of the Emma vacuum milk jug ensures warm milk for a long time and a cool outside of the jug, to touch it without burning. The Emma milk jug has the same slim shape as the coffee vacuum jug, and the glazed porcelain is pleasant to be touched. The colours suit the soft-blue ray of the series by Stelton. The jug has 0.3 l of capacity, so that the content will be enough for several persons. The double walled porcelain made Emma vacuum milk jug by Stelton is naturally dishwasher safe and microwave resistant.
  • Iittala Collective Tools Cake Server
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    Iittala Collective Tools Cake Server
    Get the award-winning Collective Tools Series by the designers Antonio Citterio and Glen Oliver Löw in cooperation with the company Iittala the special extra in respect to design and brilliance to your house. With the Collective Tools Series by Iittala you will always have the appropriate tool in your hand. From the salt- and pepper mill over bottle opener, cheese knifes to cutting board and matching kitchen knifes, this tool box includes everything what a good host needs for preparing and serving. The tools can be used as single parts and as sets or as addition to cutlery. Because of the ergonomic handle the tools out of stainless steel lay nicely and safe in the hand. The Cake Server of the Collective Tools Series is special on every served table despite its matt surface. The high quality material in combination with the plain shapes and the ergonomic handle makes this cake server to a distinctive object.
  • Alessi Officina Alessi - Peter Zumthor Oil and Vinegar Dispenser
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    Alessi Officina Alessi - Peter Zumthor Oil and Vinegar Dispenser
    The fine dosing bottle for vinegar and oil is part of the long expected Collection by the star architect Peter Zumthor for Alessi, which also includes salt, pepper and sugar shakers. The different dispensers are connected by elegant design of formal severity and design efficiency. The broken appearance reminds us of the shape of crystals or stalactites. The unique design of crystal glass is completed with some silver-plated details. The design dispenser for vinegar and oil has a capacity of 28 cl. Two different pourers enable to dose vinegar and oil separately. The whole Zumthor Collection convinces with the succeeded combination of form, function and quality. The finest spices for the kitchen and the table were given a beautiful case.
  • Holmegaard - Future Bowl Ø 13cm
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    Holmegaard - Future Bowl Ø 13cm
    Despite the years that passed since Peter Svarrer designed his Future series, this glasses series still belongs to the most desired products of the Danish glass manufacturer Holmegaard. Whether transparent or in soft colours: The Future series is the essence of “less is more”-trends in modern furnishings with the simple, pleasant to touch shape. The Future bowls are nearly suitable for every purpose – whether to serve desserts, as muesli or deco bowl, for celebrations or casual evenings. The whole glass series consists of partly mouth blown and partly machines manufactured products that are especially emphasized in interplay of matching compositions of decorative and functional glass objects. All of the products of the Future series convince by their characteristic flowing outlines, a qualitative grandiose processing and a decent interplay of colours.
  • Stelton - Emma Serving Tray
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    Stelton - Emma Serving Tray
    The Emma serving tray makes it easy to serve coffee and tea for several people. Place the mug, the milk jug, the sugar bowl and the vacuum jug on the new Emma tray by Stelton and have only one way from the kitchen to the table. The Emma tray has the same harmonic shape as the other pieces of the eponymous collection. The balance between the white laminate and the beautiful frame of bamboo offers a simple appearance to the Emma serving tray, and it offers the possibility of simply enjoying the form of the tray. The tray is weightless, so that it can easily be filled with a good tea, coffee and maybe some tasty things for a comfortable hour. Stelton produces the Emma serving tray of laminate with bamboo border. The tray is easily to clean with a damp cloth and it offers enough place for the whole Emma collection by Stelton.
  • Muuto - Crushed Bowl
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    Muuto - Crushed Bowl
    The designer Julien de Smedt for Muuto conveys the principles of the large-sized architecture on a small object. The Crushed Bowl is made of equilateral triangles, which are arranged after principles, which architects use to the modelling of computer models. This procedure makes the Crushed Bowl to a sculptural object, which reminds of architecture and set itself apart from the bulk of the bowls. The geometric shape of the bowl find their analogy in their name: Crushed. And they seem just like a broken shape of the bowl of JDS Architects. The Crushed Bowls are not only nice to look at, but also nice to feel and can be used for all kinds of contents.
  • Iittala - Kastehelmi Bowls 0.23 l
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    Iittala - Kastehelmi Bowls 0.23 l
    Oiva Toikka created a legend with his Kastehelmi series out of the year 1964. Thanks to Iittala, the design classics come to life again now. The bowls out of the Kastehelmi series by Iittala have the characteristic drops on the surface, as all the Kastehelmi designs by Oiva Toikka. These drops perfectly emphasize the vivid, reflecting beauty of the glasses. The Kastehelmi bowls are great to touch and moreover look fantastic by their embossing. Oiva Toikka tried to find a method of hiding the seams at pressed glasses in the 60s. This is how he had the idea of placing small glass drops on the seams. His experiment developed to a completely new design which has been re-edited by Iittala now. The Kastehelmi bowls are enrichment for your furnishing at any time and every event.
  • Alessi - Sugar Bowl 9097
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    Alessi - Sugar Bowl 9097
    The 9097 is a sugar bowl by Alessi, which appears with the uncopiable design by Michael Graves. The sugar bowl 9097 has the conic shape, which is characteristic for the American designer, being part of the collection designed by Michael Graves in the 1980s including the most famous of its pieces, the 9093 water kettle. Details like the round handle at the lid, the dots at the lower border or both handles at the sides are the reason why the appeal of the Alessi 9097 isn’t too serious, making the pot for sugar even more unique, while it perfectly suits other products of the collection of Michael Graves. Alessi produces the 9097 sugar bowl out of shiny polished 18/10 stainless steel. A spoon suiting the design is included in the delivery, in order to remove the sugar easily without breaking the pot’s style.
  • Georg Jensen - Henning Koppel Bonbonniere
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    Georg Jensen - Henning Koppel Bonbonniere
    The Bonbonniere by Georg Jensen is a shapely wooden container, which convinces with its timeless shape. It is suitable to serve sweets or snacks and to store personal accessories and jewellery in a stylish place. The Bonbonniere by Georg Jensen appears with classic style, which was designed by the Danish legend Henning Koppel. The bowl is also known as “Acorn Bonbonniere”, which refers to the small nuts that inspired the designer Henning Koppel when he started to create this bowl. The organic design is followed by the equally natural material, since the storage box by Georg Jensen is made of massive oak wood.
  • Alessi - Territoire Tray
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    Alessi - Territoire Tray
    The French designer Matali Crasset generally moves far from common conventions. This is also clearly visible with the Territoire tray, which attracts attention, since the hexagonal form is unusual for a tray. The Terriroire tray is available as hexagonal and smaller pentagonal edition (Territoire intime) as well as made of stainless steel or out of epoxy-resin coated steel. The combination of the shapes and surfaces results in special effects that are unique. The exceptional design of Pick-Up is the reason why it is a side table and newspaper holder in one. The practical carrying strap makes it easy to transport Pick-Up from the office to the living rooms and back again.
  • Skagerak - Nordic Pitcher
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    Skagerak - Nordic Pitcher
    The Nordic pitcher by Skagerak can be used as carafe on the breakfast table and as decorative vase with the simple, minimalistic shape and the intuitive function of it. The Nordic design by the creative studio VE2 doesn’t only convince with an aesthetic component of high class porcelain, but also because it is easily cleaned. Liquids can be heated in the microwave and the oven inside of the Nordic pitcher. And it can be cleaned in the dishwasher. Find detailed care instructions for the Nordic pitcher in the PDF-document below. The designers of VE2 created an everyday design object, which convinces with the universal function and Nordic charm with withdrawing design and the noble porcelain look. The Nordic pitcher by Skagerak is available in two sizes.
  • Koziol - [pi:p] Salt-Pepper casters
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    Koziol - [pi:p] Salt-Pepper casters
    Who does not possess a bird, cannot brew original ideas. Inspired by the own company history – the very first Koziol injection cast form from the year 1932 was a gull – Koziol designed a highly authentic and extremely original collection in cooperation with the Studio fp.formgebung from Darmstadt: [Pi:p]. The [pi:p] salt and pepper casters appear in the form of a tree on which two birds are placed. Depending on your desires, one of the birds contains salt and the other one pepper. The tree serves as base for the birds that fly to it, to spice the meals. The salt and pepper casters are practical as well as originally designed. The natural coating from [pi:p] does furthermore remain about the small Koziol values: Friendly coexistence, sustainable resources usage, environment compatibleness, modesty and lovingly obstinacy. The salt and pepper casters-set with tree, is also available in further colours. The salt and pepper casters can moreover be ordered without the tree.
  • Iittala - Teema Mini Serving set
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    Iittala - Teema Mini Serving set
    The multifunctional serving set is a practical fulfil of the Teema dishes series by Kaj Franck and Iittala. It leans on the basic shapes circle, triangle and square, which also characterize the Teema dish series. The mini serving set is ideal to serve and prepare finger food such as olives, tapas, butter, marmalade or herbs but also to deposit teabags and food rests. Each Teema serving set consists of three pieces: One circle shaped, a triangle formed and a square serving bowl. The round bowl is based on Kaj Franck’s original design for cup coasters of the Teema coffee cups. The triangle and square bowls are new designs from Heikki Orvola and based on the ancient designs by Franck. The Mini serving sets consist of porcelain just as the Teema dishes and are oven proof. Every bowl of the Teema serving set is now also available as single pieces.
  • iittala - Essence Carafe
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    iittala - Essence Carafe
    Radically simple. The Essence glass series was designed by Alfredo Häberli for the Finnish design manufacturer Iittala in 2001. The Essence carafe adopts the outlines of the glasses and completes the popular collection. Alfredo Häberli designed this new series with an essential idea: With as few glasses as possible he still wanted to be able to serve a full range of fine wines in proper glasses. The Essence glasses have become a true demonstration of thoughtful design. Standing next to each other, they create a wonderful sense of balance. This is due to the fact that the stem and base of each glass are of the same size, while the tumblers share similar proportions. They are easy to grasp and handle, and we suspect they make fine wines even more enjoyable.
  • Georg Jensen - Alfredo Étagère
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    Georg Jensen - Alfredo Étagère
    The Alfredo Étagère from Georg Jensen is characterized by the dynamic and equally simple appearance of it. The designer Alfredo Häberli connected tradition with innovation for this object. The Alfredo Étagère by Georg Jensen enters our lives with a whole lot of power and positive charisma. The elegant serving tray with several levels elegantly completes the ambience if an inviting evening. The Alfredo Étagère also convinced when it is used, when it is filled with many small tasty things. The shape of the Étagère with its bribing curves is dynamic and powerful, still simple and harmonic. The classic and current design of the Alfredo Étagère is perfectly suitable for the style of the eponymous collection from Georg Jensen.
  • Eva Solo - Fridge Carafe - 1 l
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    Eva Solo - Fridge Carafe - 1 l
    The carafe for cold drinks... The Eva Solo fridge carafe has been designed in the simple style, inspired by a classic milk bottle – with a size that definitely fits into all possible fridge doors. The design was a creation by Tools Design. The top and neck of the carafe are large enough for ice cubes or lemon slices. Also, the carafe has a patented flip-top lid that doesn’t only open up automatically for pouring but also prevents ice cubes or lemon slices from falling directly into the glass. Another advantage is the colourful neoprene coating with zip-closure that keeps the drinks cold, even outside of the fridge. The fridge carafe is dishwasher safe and it is a functional and decorative element for the table at home and also for a picnic outside.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Wrong for Hay Tela Bowl
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Wrong for Hay Tela Bowl
    Even at the very first sight you will notice: The Tela Bowl of the Wrong for Hay collection is something really special. The unique manufacturing process results in a textile pattern on the glass bowl by Hay. The aim of design studio Silo is always to enhance industrial and everyday products by creating an artisan character. The Wrong for Hay Tela Bowl functions as a prime example for this special philosophy: In a hot condition, the mouth-blown glass is shaped in a fireproof fabric. This way, the textile pattern with fabric and seams is generated on the Tela glass. Since the manufacturing process is done manually, every bowl is unique and won't resemble exactly another bowl. In particular, the Wrong for Hay Tela Bowl wonderfully matches the Tela Carafe and the Tela Tumbler of the same collection which was created by the British design studio Silo for Hay.
  • Stelton - Vacuum Jug coloured - Special Edition Spring 2015
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    Stelton - Vacuum Jug coloured - Special Edition Spring 2015
    As inspiration for the new products of the spring collection 2015, Stelton watched the changing colours of Danish nature. Since nature never comes out of fashion, as well as the design objects of Stelton. The soft light of the late summer and autumn days perfectly emphasizes the soft interaction of the changing gold, brown and blue tones. The time came where we remain inside of the house, with candles and hot tea on the table. Stelton welcomes you into a warming universe of new designs. The Stelton vacuum jug EM 77 as design icon The Vacuum Jug from Stelton with the famous tilting lid from Erik Magnussen is a classic. Because of its beautiful and slimline design, the outstanding quality of processing and primarely due to the tilting lid, the Vacuum Jug is a timeless and highly demanded product among the assortment of Stelton. Every year Stelton is offering special editions of the well known Vacuum Jug designed in 1970. Just on time for spring and fall the Vacuum Jug comes out in three new colours. These colours are limited editions and only available for a short time. These exquisite colours not only match with spring - or falltime, but are turning the popular thermos into a collectors item. The special edition of the Stelton Vacuum Jug by Erik Magnussen is made from ABS-plastic with a glas insert. The Vacuum Jug is being delivered with the tilting lid and a picnic lid. Please also note the wide assortment of spare parts. The vacuum flask EM 77 is also available out of stainless steel , as coloured classic edition and as soft edition.
  • Design House Stockholm - Leaf Tray
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    Design House Stockholm - Leaf Tray
    The Leaf Tray is a design object, which bribes with simple beauty. Decorated with fruits, the Design House Stockholm bowl looks as if it came out of a painting. According to Design House Stockholm, sometimes there are products which perfectly suit the philosophy of the Swedish manufacturer. The Leaf Tray is one of these objects, since the fascination of simple statics which keep two halves together makes purism-enthusiasts happy. The designer Stig Ahlström created a tray which delights with the simplicity of design. The Leaf Tray is usable as decoration and serving bowl if both halves are interlocked. Design House Stockholm manufactures the Leaf out of bamboo wood, which re-grows fats and sustainable. Leaf is also extremely resistant against soling because of the bamboo. If you separate both halves, Leaf is easily stored. The bowl should be cleaned by hand and treated with oil from time to time in order to guarantee durability.
  • mono - Multi Tray
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    mono - Multi Tray
    Bribing timeless is how the multi tray by mono appears. The rectangular shape of the mono tray is practical and decently elegant. The shape of the mono multi trey appears aesthetical and functional – unnecessary forms and decoration was renounced by the designers. The high class 18/10 chrome nickel stainless steel combination presents an image of a noble tray, which really deserves its name: Multi tray. The mono multi tray is usable for many purposes and in many surroundings because of the clear design and the noble materials, such as serving tray or to decorate. The multi tray has a PVD inlay, which also serves as non-slip base: It is white on one side and black on the other. This makes the mono multi tray even more individually adaptable to the landscape it is used in.
  • Kahla - Magic Grip Bowls
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    Kahla - Magic Grip Bowls
    An innovation which increases the functionality of porcelain: The Magic Grip bowls don't slip, don't scratch and don't clatter. With the Magic Grip -dish, your conversations won't be interrupted by any disruptive clatter of plates, cups and bowls. Delicate and noble surfaces don't need to be protected by place mats because the Magic Grip service protects from scratches. While serving the dishes on a tray, the danger of dropping plates is considerably reduced. And last, but not least, with the novel bowls of manufacturer Kahla , there is also a lower risk that it might be pushed off the table by accident - not only a real advantage for households with children. Kahla Magic Grip: Innovation on the table Even in hotels and gastronomy, the anti-slip, clatter-free and surface-protecting dish Magic Grip offers a real benefit because the lowered noises and the gentle handling of surfaces of all kinds is here at least as welcome as in private households. The specific characteristics of the innovative technology by manufacturer Kahla comes into play in almost every area: Because of the non-slip coating, Magic Grip can even survive rougher sea conditions when used on a boat. The advantages of the special collection of manufacturer Kahla are obvious: Magic Grip coating is part and parcel of the dish, and thereby safe for use with food, dishwasher- and microwave safe. The coating is almost invisible which is why the design of the bowls is brilliantly practical. In his collection Magic Grip, as well as in any other collection before, too, the Thuringian traditional manufacturer Kahla stands for the same values that possess him from the very start. Certainly, the porcelain is of best quality and Made in Germany. For its innovative drive while also ensuring the respect of the principle of classic values at the same time, the Kahla Magic Grip series was awarded with the Red Dot Award.
  • side by side - Basic L Tray
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    side by side - Basic L Tray
    Less is more: The Basic L tray from the manufacturer side by side convinces by simplicity and function: Simple design emphasizes the wooden material and the non-slip base increases the comfort and the safety. The big tray L offers space for big menus or meals when there are guests to come. The special something of the Basic L tray from side by side: The ground is lacquered with a special non-slip surface and it transmits safety when it is ported. The oiling of the material emphasizes the beautiful and sophisticated walnut wood. The black inside of the Basic tray ensures the noble and contrastive whole appearance. The suitable, foldable tray stand transforms the Basic tray L into a side table – to be used for a while as improvised table or permanently. The Basic tray from side by side is also available as smaller tray S. The small tray S from side by side is ideally suitable for a breakfast on the balcony of a snack in the office.
  • Iittala - Sarjaton Plate
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    Iittala - Sarjaton Plate
    As modern interpretation of the Finnish tradition, Iittala prideful presents the Sarjaton collection and clinks the glasses for a completely new thinking approach of tableware. The soft contours and the thrilling decors of this exciting collection allow facets-rich combinations for a contemporaneous eating-culture. Iittala brought six young Finnish designers out of fashion, product, graphic and digital design together to create a collection which wouldn’t only respect handicraft arts and eating rituals, bit also current values. Inspired by the Finnish way of life and a more conscious lifestyle, Sarjaton is the result of an innovative and common design process. Translated Sarjaton means “without series” – the different single pieces work together in combination with other collections, but also as single elements. They enable creative combinations according to individual demands, suit the most different events without problems and therewith redefine liberty of flexibility. Sarjaton is a complete but still reduced selection of 26 single elements, where touch plays a deciding role in design but aso in the usage of the materials. The single Sarjaton elements consist of glass, ceramic, ash wood and textiles, which can be combined with other products without any problems. Natural, damped tones such as pearl grey, white, ancient rose, earth brown and rust red form the base for the tactile surface with patterns and reliefs out of glossy as well as semi-matt glazing. The soft design og Sarjaton is expressed the best by the refined forms of the plate, which ideally embody what the series is about: Flowing forms, beauty and functionality. The pattern Metsä (forest) is homage to the forest, which doesn’t only cover the half of the Finnish country, but also offers protection and food to humans since ever. Colourful, traditional-Finnish stitching offers the inspiration for the Tikki (stitch) design and the Finnish art of braiding, whether hair, baskets o carpets was exemplarily for Letti (braided plaits) structure.
  • Menu Design Menu - New Norm Bottle
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    Menu Design Menu - New Norm Bottle
    Menu started working with Norm Architects in 2011 in order to design a modern Scandinavian interpretation of dishes, plates and kitchen accessories with their New Norm Collection. The New norm Bottle is part of this series, and it is suitable for very different drinks. The Menu New Norm Bottle was designed according to the approach of soft minimalism from Norm. Soft outlines and colours without unnecessary outlines make up the specialty of this bottle, which is a stylish and unusual container for milk, juice, water or wine. Other products of the eponymous collection from Menu wonderfully suit the dishwasher safe New Norm Bottle. The New Norm Bottle by Menu is also available in further colours. Bu be careful: Please don’t fill the bottle with boiling liquids, since the softly designed New Norm Bottle is made of porcelain.
  • Normann Copenhagen Krenit Bowl and Cutlery
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    Normann Copenhagen Krenit Bowl and Cutlery
    A classic is reborn – the Krenit series, with a design from Herbert Krenchel out of the year 1953. Simplicity and balance are the essence of the Krenit series. 50 Years after the metal researcher and engineer Herbert Krenchel designed the Krenit salad bowl and cutlery, the minimalist design from Normann Copenhagen is reedited. When the salad tableware went into production in 1953 it was the first time that a salad bowl was made out of melamine. The Krenit series is inspired from Eastern culture with its simple form, and the long grips of the salad cutlery reminding of traditional chopsticks. With a simple and clear expression, the Krenit series is a moder classic that perfectly unifies function and aesthetic. Classic bowl with elegant appeal Herbert Krenchel says: ”An everyday useful tool has to unify different aspects and impart a general impress. It is obvious that a salad bowl has its function, but I wanted to create a bowl that would be used in living rooms because of its beauty. I am an enthusiast of forms and I love materials. The surface structure is important, because it makes the bowl attractive and inviting as if you could touch it. Krenit melamine has no adornments and the black-white colourations make an area of tension together.” With its slightly slimming curves and the simple expression, the Krenit bowl is a real example for a design classic. With the suitable salad cutlery that lies perfectly in the bowl and whose round head makes it easy to absorb dressings, one will have a further classic for the perfect salad enjoyment.
  • Philippi - Mesh Bowl
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    Philippi - Mesh Bowl
    Design with perspectives: The Mesh bowl by Philippi combines heavy shape with weightless structure. The classic bowl shape is re-interpreted and made out of steel wire. The Mesh bowl by Philippi can serve for fruits, vegetables and snacks, but also as bread basket on the breakfast table it will look gorgeous. The massive shape consists of bent and painted steel wire – the material contrasts the shape and makes the Mesh bowl airy and weightless. These qualities were honoured with the FORM design award in 2013. The Philippi Mesh bowl is available in two sizes (Ø 19 cm and Ø 25 cm).
  • Rosendahl - Grand Cru Square Serving Plate
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    Rosendahl - Grand Cru Square Serving Plate
    The square serving plate of the Grand Cru collection by Rosendahl enables new design possibilities on the table. Tasty impressions emerge on it. The square Grand Cru serving plate by Rosendahl enables full creativity while serving and decorating the table, concentrating on the meals. The serving plates made of porcelain of the Grand Cru collection offer a lot of space for creativity when it comes to place the meal invitingly on them. The stylish, white porcelain plate is a beautiful base for all types of creations on a modern and inspiring table. Rosendahl produces this contemporaneous serving plate out of porcelain. The Erik Bagger designed Grand Cru series is one of the most famous dishes series of Denmark. The sharply cut, stylishly clear lines are responsible for the elegant ambience in every place – granted by Rosendahl.
  • Kahla - Magic Grip Lid- / Dip-Set, 3 pieces
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    Kahla - Magic Grip Lid- / Dip-Set, 3 pieces
    Innovation in porcelain: The Magic Grip lid and dip set from Kahla don’t slip away, don’t scratch and don’t clatter. Undisturbed conversations without clattering plates and cups on the table with the Magic Grip dishes. Noble surfaces don’t have to be coated with placemats, since Magic Grip saves from scratches. And the danger of dishes falling from a serving tray is also noticeably minimized. Not at last, the danger of being thrown from the table by mistake is as well minimized with the newish dishes from Kahla – this isn’t only a real advantage in households with children. The non-slip, non-clattering and surface-protecting dishes of the Magic Grip collection also upgrade the assortment of hotels and gastronomy, since the damped noises and the soft treatment with surfaces or all kinds is at least as much as welcomed as in provate houses. The specialty of the innovative technology from Kahla fits in everywhere: The non-slip coating also resists stormy weather on boats. Kahla Magic Grip: Innovation on the table The advantages of the Kahla collection are obvious: The Magic Grip coating is inseparably part of the 3 pieces dip and lid set and they are therefore food compatible, ovenproof, dishwasher and microwave safe. The lid-dip is wonderfully suitable to present further parts of a menu, like lemon slices, antipasti or dips as night snack. Thereby the flowing form in an elegant white colour becomes a decorative element on your dining table. The two bigger dip bowls can also be used as lids for the dip bowls and for the mini carafe or the maxi carafe. The Thuringian traditional manufacturer Kahla respects the values of its long history since it was founded, also with the Magic Grip collection. The porcelain has the best quality and it was Mad in Germany , of course. This innovation power with simultaneous protection of classic virtues were the reason why Kahla’s Magic Grip series was honoured with the Red Dot Award.
  • Stelton - Embrace Bread Bowl
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    Stelton - Embrace Bread Bowl
    A new bread basket optimally fulfills the popular Embrace series. A practical cotton bag belongs to the bread basket, which avoids falling crumbles. The basket itself is made out of stainless steel and has the famous classic, organic form of the Embrace series – an elegant and decorative fulfill on the served table. The Embrace bread basket by Stelton of course offers further usage possibilities such as fruits basket or vegetables bowl – this ensures a beautiful contrast of colours together with the stainless steel frame.
  • Eva Solo - Fridge Carafe 3D
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    Eva Solo - Fridge Carafe 3D
    The carafe for cold drinks… The Eva Solo Fridge Carafe 3D was designed with the simple style of a classic milk bottle – whose size is suitable in the inside of fridge doors despite of the capacity of 1.4 l. The design comes from Claus Jensen and Henrik Holbæk, alias Tools Design. The head and neck of the carafe from Eva Solo are big enough to be filled with ice cubes and lemon slices. Moreover the fridge carafe 3D has the patented Flip-Top-lid, which opens automatically while pouring and which also avoids ice cubes and lemon slices from falling out into the glass. The specialty of the 3D-version of the carafe from Eva Solo is the coating: While the standard fridge carafe has a neoprene coating, the 3D edition has a Mesh-coating with three dimensional structure. This one keeps drinks on their temperature outside of the fridge, as well as the neoprene coating. The fridge carafe is dishwasher-safe and it is a functional and decorative element for the table at home and for the picnic in the park.
  • Alessi A di Alessi - Lulà Dog Bowl
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    Alessi A di Alessi - Lulà Dog Bowl
    Lulà is a dog bowl with the playful design of Miriam Mirri. Since why shouldn’t dogs also enjoy the design of a dog bowl by A di Alessi? There is a small dog displayed on the Alessi Lulà bowl, which cries to the moon. But that’s not all, since the dog is also the handle to raise the cover. Lulà is a piece of decoration when it is closed, while it demands a “bon appetite!” when it is opened for our dogs. Alessi produces the Lulà dog bowl out of thermoplastic resin and 18/10 stainless steel. The polished stainless steel bowl inside of it has a capacity of 600 ml, it is robust and easily cleaned. Alessi also offers a beasty design bowl for our cats with the Tigrito.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Craft Salt- and Pepper Mill
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    Normann Copenhagen - Craft Salt- and Pepper Mill
    Craft is a classic salt- and pepper mill out of exclusive natural materials. The spices mill by Normann Copenhagen is comfortably held and controlled because of the soft shape and its own weight. There is a sophisticated CrushGrind ceramic grinder inside of the Simon Legald made Craft salt- and pepper mill, which ensures optimal function and durability. The design of the Craft salt- and pepper mill isn’t inferior to the grinder inside of it: Normann Copenhagen produces Craft out of oak wood and with a knob of marble. This ensures a pleasant weight as well as noble appearance and an extremely long duration.
  • Menu Design Menu - Water Carafe with plastic lid
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    Menu Design Menu - Water Carafe with plastic lid
    Menu offered colourful plastic lids to its beloved "hourglass" water carafes so that the experience of refreshing water gets a surprising finishing touch. The small carafe with a capacity of 0.8 l furthermore perfectly suits common fridge doors. The tailed form of the water carafe makes it handy and the lid is equipped with a smart mechanism which opens automatically while pouring the content. The pushing mechanism furthermore allows to spice the water with healthy and fascinating ingredients. The closing mechanism encloses the taste-reinforcing ingredients inside of the carafe while the cold, refreshing drinks are poured inside of glasses. Thereby the carafe is perfectly adapted for ice-cubes or taste-improving substances such as strawberries, fresh vanilla, sweet roots or cinnamon sticks. The lid simultaneously ensures that nothing undesired gets into the carafe so that it can also be used outside. Menu offers its water carafe with different coloured lids.
  • Marimekko - Sitruunapuu Tray 43 x 33 cm
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    Marimekko - Sitruunapuu Tray 43 x 33 cm
    Cheeky little fruits: The Sitruunapuu tray introduces an expressive pattern to your house. The wooden tray by Marimekko sets accents in the whole house. The designer Aino-Maika Metsola is famous for the work with powerful colours. The Finish designer proves how such colours wonderfully fit in kitchens with the Sitruunapuu tray. Sitruunapuu means “lemon” and it is one of numerous colourful fruits in slightly abstract forms displayed on the towels, looking a little bit childish. The extravagant pattern fills the place with colours and it will surely attract a lot of attention. Marimekko produces the Sitruunapuu tray out of plywood. It is suitable as small serving tray, as bedside tray and for many more purposes with its size of 43 x 33 cm. The longevity material is robust and easily cleaned.
  • Georg Jensen - Aldo Bakker Oil Dispenser
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    Georg Jensen - Aldo Bakker Oil Dispenser
    The Aldo Bakker collection from Georg Jensen invites for new thoughts about design and about how design influences our day by day: Expressive and unique is how the Georg Jensen oil dispenser from Aldo Bakker appears. The Netherlands designer created an artwork and researched the movement while pouring. The result: A sculptural highlight in the kitchen and on the dining table. The design of the Aldo Bakker oil dispenser is straight-lined and masculine, which is even emphasized by the matt-black cast steel. The shape, which is ideally adapted to the consistence of vinegar and oil, makes the kitchen helper optimally usable – even if its purpose isn’t distinguished on the first sight: The Aldo Bakker oil dispenser attracts curious people to watch it closer.
  • Stelton - Water Filter Jug 2l
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    Stelton - Water Filter Jug 2l
    No carrying of heavy water bottles anymore! The Erik Magnussen signature is the frame of Stelton’s design classic: The insulating flask by Erik Magnussen. This flask with its elegant shape is the base for a jug with a completely new function. Stelton presents a water jug with filter which delivers completely clean water with low chalk content, without pesticides and without accompanying taste of chlorine. Enjoy a glass of clean, cool water out of this jug. The Stelton water-filter jug is FDA-tested; this means that the Food and Drug Administration approved it. This department of the health-ministry of the USA supervises safety and effectiveness of medicinal and alimentation products. The water filter in the jug doesn’t only improve the taste of the water, but it also removes scents, discolorations and it decreases the chalk amount. The water filter carafe of Stelton is therewith also perfectly suitable to filter water for espresso and coffee machines. The Stelton water filter jug can be equipped with a Brita water-filter. It is available in three different colours.
  • Georg Jensen - Barbry Carafe
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    Georg Jensen - Barbry Carafe
    With the Carafe, the Barbry Collection by Georg Jensen finds its way from the kitchen onto the dining table. With its soft shape, the glass carafe is a true pleasure for the eye and the hand. Behind the design of the Barbry Carafe stands the Scandinavian traditional craftsmanship which was translated by designer Aurélien Barbry into modern times. Minimalist, sculptural shapes characterise the glass jar of the same named series by Georg Jensen. As always, outstanding quality is certainly a matter of course for Georg Jensen. Even when not in use, the glass carafe is decorative and fits in any kind of ambience. Because of its elegant shapes, the carafe can also be used as a wine carafe or for other exclusive beverages. Especially in combination with further items of the Barbry Collection by Georg Jensen, the carafe is emphasised: The contrast of glass and oak wood creates exciting effects which, nevertheless, always fit harmoniously to each other because of the shared design language of the Barbry series. The carafe of the Barbry Collection is available in two sizes: Volume 0.5 l and 1 l.
  • Alessi - Cactus fruit bowl
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    Alessi - Cactus fruit bowl
    Since 2002 Alessi produces the Cactus fruit bowl according to the design by Marta Sansoni. The mirror-polished and silver glossy bowl consists of 18/10 stainless steel and it is open-worked in an abstract pattern. This pattern was realized by an innovative laser-cut technique. The „CACTUS!“ decoration is available for different articles for the kitchen meanwhile. The success of the fruits bowl “CACTUS!”, designed by Marta Sansoni, and especially the mirrored polished stainless steel fruits bowl of 2002 have led to a third colour with the help of Claudia Raimondo: Matt black. The Cactus fruits bowl is available in two sizes and colours: One in a glossy, polished silver (high quality stainless steel) and the other one in the new matt black. Besides the here offered edition (diameter 21 cm, height 9.5 cm), a larger fruits bowl (diameter 29 cm, height 10.8 cm) can also be ordered.
  • Discipline - Roulé Bowl
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    Discipline - Roulé Bowl
    The manufacturer Discipline proves how everyday objects can be amiable and functional at the same time, transmitting emotions while holding different contents chosen by the owner. When Discipline asked Pauline Deltour to work with noble metals, the French designer immediately thought of copper pots used to cook marmalade. The designer was inspired by those objects when she created the Roulé collection for Discipline and she used their characteristic qualities: The big, “rolled” border which improves the touch of it and which makes it stackable. The production of copper and brass makes the Roulé bowls from Discipline luxurious and simple at a time, being objects suitable for every surrounding and unfolding their special effect.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Dish Mat
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Dish Mat
    Hot pots or pans can directly be placed on the table with the felt coasters by Hay, without leaving ugly burn marks behind. The textile coaster has a diameter of 25 cm and it is therefore suitable for small and medium size pots, pans, serving bowls and oven dishes. The soft felt coasters protect the furniture from hot dishes as well as sensitive surfaces from ugly scratches. The coaster is resistant because of the felt material it is made of. It suits the placemats and glass coasters , as well available from the Hay collection. The Coasters are available in the warm earth tones sand and dark grey.
  • Muuto - Wicker Breadbasket
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    Muuto - Wicker Breadbasket
    The Wicker bread basket by the Danish designer Cecilie Manz resembles classic bread baskets, however differs by its extraordinary material and the processing. Wicker is a basket for daily breakfast bread. The basket has clear resemblances with typically Scandinavian baskets: Wide and thin ligaments are interwoven in different directions. Only this time the basket is produced with totally other methods and materials: A durable mixture of ceramics and plastic is poured in a form to its final form. The outcome of this is the bright and hollowed form of Wicker, which emphasizes the different directions of the single ligaments. A textile cloth of 100% cotton belongs to the basket as well, which is inserted into it and catches the crumb of the pastries.
  • Menu Design Menu - New Norm Mini Bottle Milk Jug
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    Menu Design Menu - New Norm Mini Bottle Milk Jug
    The New Norm Mini Bottle by Menu appears in the well-known NORM design. The milk jug of polished porcelain transports Nordic design in its best. The Menu New Norm Mini Bottle milk jug is part of the series made by the designer duo NORM for the Copenhagen restaurant Höst. The famous milk jug was included in the collection of Menu now, and it is available to be used at home. The small milk jug by Menu has a capacity of 35cl and it has a pourer. The round-soft shape of the Mini Bottle harmonically suits the polished porcelain, which decently emphasizes the forms. That’s how the Mini Bottle milk jug wonderfully suits other products of the Cook & Dine-collection by Menu – and it is also suitable to make coffee, to cook or to be used with sugar. The Menu milk jug makes up a shining contrast to other NORM products, such as the Bottle salt and pepper casters.
  • Georg Jensen - Cobra Pitcher
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    Georg Jensen - Cobra Pitcher
    The German designer Constantin Wortmann likes to play with the viewer's perception. The Cobra Pitcher for Georg Jensen is a typical example for his transformation vision: The object owes its name to its snake-like shape and power – Cobra. Wortmann says: "The Cobra Pitcher gives the impression as if it defies gravity, straightens up and floats". With its elegant 'floating' design, the Cobra is suitable for all kinds of beverages: Fresh water or juice is accentuated in the Cobra Pitcher by George Jensen at its best. There are also different candleholders of the Cobra Series by Georg Jensen available.
  • Menu Design Menu - Water carafe with cork top
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    Menu Design Menu - Water carafe with cork top
    It was rarely more stylish to serve water. The water carafe with cork top by Menu has soft, harmonic shapes and a noble appeal. The soft shape with balanced proportions was designed by the duo Norm. Both Danish of course thought about the functionality: The slim silhouette of the Menu water carafe makes it suitable in every fridge door. Menu produces the carafe with cork lid og mouth-blown glass and the natural material cork. The usage of those high class materials offer the carafe a noble look and makes it furthermore sustainable.
  • Iittala - Teema - celadon
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    Iittala - Teema - celadon
    "Form follows function" is the famous design guideline for architects and designers. Maybe the Finnish designer Kaj Franck also designed the Teema dishes collection in the year 1952 with that phrase in mind. Teema renounced every kind of ornamentation, called “valuable simplification” by the manufacturer Iittala itself, being only reduced to its essential. Sphere, square and rectangular are the basic forms that already fascinated the ancient Greek and which also Kaj Franck found irresistible making them the theme for Teema. One of the most desired services of Scandinavia. Simple elegance and versatility characterize the dishes collection and make it one of the most desired ones of Scandinavia. Teema is anti-freezing, ovenproof and microwave as well as dishwasher safe. It is wonderfully combinable with other dishes, ensuring an endless series of innovative and colourful served tables. You won’t get the “squaring of the circle”, but an undisputed classic, whose geometric shape is also viewable in many design museums all around the world. This edition of the Teema dishes in celadon is inspired by far-eastern ceramic arts. The matt, jade green tone celadon has a huge coloured depth and symbolizes harmony.
  • Menu Design Menu - New Norm Cool Bowl
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    Menu Design Menu - New Norm Cool Bowl
    The New Norm Cool Bowl from Menu is a three-part serving bowl that cools its content at the same time. Cool Bowl consists of a serving bowl, a cover bowl out of plastic and a cooling piece which is laid between both bowls. Thanks to the cooling element, Cool Bowl is ideally adapted to serve fresh salads, seafood and other meals that have to be kept cool or simply taste better cooled down. Cool Bowl can be used as common serving bowl without cooling elements. The design from Cool Bowl was coined by the architects-team Norm who has already designed a cooling serving set for Menu. ”We believe that meals adopt the taste and visual demands of the kind they are served, and from the materials on which they are served. We continue our design line which connects different materials such as porcelain, bamboo and melamine to surround those meals that you want to present and serve to your guests” , is what the architects Kasper Rønn and Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen explained.
  • Muuto - Bulky Milk Jug
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    Muuto - Bulky Milk Jug
    The Bulky Milk Jug by Muuto is characterized by its oversized design, which has been equipped with friendly proportions by the Swedish designer Jonas Wagell. He has thereby been inspired by the fantasy of children and fairytale books and this also explains why one feels reminded of Alice in Wonderland or The Beauty and the Beast when watching the bulky, childishly friendly handles of the four-pcs dish set. The Bulky Milk Jug can be delivered in different colours.
  • Remember - Solena Tray
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    Remember - Solena Tray
    The eye-catcher in the kitchen: The Solena from Remember is a tray with an impressing polish. The Remember Solena tray is able to steal the show of the things that are on it, since it sets distinctive accents with its design. The melamine tray can easily be used as decoration item with vases or other elements, because its presence is powerful. Remember produces the Solena tray out of melamine. The material is resistant, easy to be cleaned and therefore perfectly suitable to be used as serving tray.
  • Objekten Systems emblem Objekten - Pepper Mill
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    Objekten Systems emblem Objekten - Pepper Mill
    The Objekten pepper mill is an ergonomic and aesthetically expressive grinder, whose exceptional design is a welcomed eye-catcher on every dining table. The pepper mill isn’t only suitable to be used with pepper, of course, but also with salt and other herbs and spices. The touch of it is pleasant because of the material and the soft outlines. Its usability is as well easy and special: The top sphere is simply pulled upwards in order to fill the grinder with the desired spices. The black, lower wheel will adjust the grinding level. The mill is a European quality product: The high class ceramic grinder of the pepper mill comes from Denmark, the massive oak wood of the round spheres is processed in Germany. The pepper mill by Objekten is assembled in Brussels. It is available in two tones (light and dark oak wood). The used, bio-compatible paint isn’t pollutant; it won’t lose ay toxic metals or formaldehydes or phthalates (Standard EN 71.3). Care instructions: To grind coarse-grained salt maintains the ceramic grinder and it increases its durability.
  • Rosendahl - Grand Cru Anniversary-Vacuum Jug
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    Rosendahl - Grand Cru Anniversary-Vacuum Jug
    Rosendahl launched a re-edition of the famous vacuum jug out of polished stainless steel in the event of the 20th anniversary of the Grand Cru series. The anniversary vacuum jug is only available in a limited amount and a real collector’s piece. The golden 20es as well as the “Mad Men” era inspired the shining Rosendahl Grand Cru anniversary vacuum jug. Champagne and cocktails become modern again as well as they are served on the silver, shining trays, spreading a natural and elegant retro charm. A real design classic is characterized by its adaptation to the everyday life without attracting too much attention, but still being present. Moreover the functionality of the modern classic, the design quality and the flawless use guarantee a perfect utility product at home. Rosendahl submerges its Grand Cru vacuum jug from the top to the ankles in shiny stainless steel and therewith sets an elegant design statement – it doesn’t matter id on the breakfast table, in the office or on parties with guests. The Grand Cru anniversary vacuum jug by Rosendahl is famous for its practical pressure button opening, which enables an easy and clean pouring of the contend as well as the right temperature for an unforgettable drinking enjoyment.
  • Menu Design Menu A/S - Water Special Offer - Set
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    Menu Design Menu A/S - Water Special Offer - Set
    The Water Special Offer - Set is a special offer by Menu Design and includes the Menu Water Carafe and two drinking glasses. The designer Jakob Wagner took the classic bottle archetype as origin for the water carafe, which got in its new interpretation a soft, angular shape and a collar mde of stainless steel and silicone. The collar protects the glass and catches drops, before they run out of the outside side of the carafe - but still hides a discrete lid, which opens automatically, if you want to pour with the carafe. The lid protects the content of the carafe from insects, pollen and so on, when it is used in the outside - and caters also that the ice cubes, lemon slices, mint leaves, strawberries, and what else you could be put into the water, stays in the carafe. „I think it is good if my works have a natural balance“, says Jakob Wagner. „For that the upper end of the carafe is a good example. It protects the glass, but also opens so you can see the content. Created is a contrast between the opened and closed - and with that a balance."
  • Karimoku - New Standard Karimoku New Standard - Colour Platter
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    Karimoku - New Standard Karimoku New Standard - Colour Platter
    The Colour Platter by the Japanese label Karimoku New Standard is delivered in a set of three different coloured and different sized plates. The noble, Japanese chestnut wood made wooden plates are especially suitable as serving plates, serving trays, decoration plates, fruits plates or simply as décor elements. Both larger Colour Platters possess an insert where the base of the smaller sizes is optimally inserted. A stickered whole artwork emerges that way, being continuously brought back into its initial form if desired and allowing the game with different patterns at the same time. The characteristic patterns and colours are typical for the Netherlands studio Scholten & Baijings and have been realized by a special high tech pressure. The Colour Platters are available in two colour combinations.
  • Georg Jensen - Barbry Snack Bowl
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    Georg Jensen - Barbry Snack Bowl
    With the Snack Bowl, the Barbry Collection by Georg Jensen finds its way from the kitchen onto the dining table. With its soft shape, the bowl is a true pleasure for the eye and the hand. Behind the design of the Barbry Snack Bowl stands the Scandinavian traditional craftsmanship which was translated by designer Aurélien Barbry into modern times. Minimalist, sculptural shapes characterise the bowl of the same named series by Georg Jensen. As always, outstanding quality is certainly a matter of course for Georg Jensen. Even when not in use, the snack bowl is decorative and fits in any kind of ambience. Because of its elegant shapes, the bowl can also be used for other purposes, for example as a decorative shell. Especially in combination with further items of the Barbry Collection by Georg Jensen, the Snack Bowl will be highlighted.
  • Stelton - Freja Jug 2.0 l
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    Stelton - Freja Jug 2.0 l
    The Freja jug by Stelton is a modern interpretation of the classic Danish stainless steel carafe of the 1950s. The rounded shape transforms Freja into a sculptural and iconic jug with classic design, which passes the exam of time. The bast woven handle out of sun-dried bast contrasts the stainless steel surface of the Freja carafe, which is why the jar gets a unique appearance. This piece designed by Klaus Rath is made for special occasions – but also to be used every day. The capacity of 2 litters offers enough content to refill cups and glasses a few times. All kinds of drinks can be served with this classic-modern jug from Stelton, and it suits every event with its minimalistic outlines.
  • Georg Jensen - Cobra Bowl
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    Georg Jensen - Cobra Bowl
    The German designer Constantin Wortmann likes to play with the viewer's perception. His Cobra Bowl appears dynamic and is a typical example for his vision of transformation. With the Cobra Bowl, Wortmann has translated the flowing design language of the collection by Georg Jensen into a new context. The shape smoothly winds its way along the table, just like an eponymous cobra. Due to its sculptural shape, the Cobra Bowl of Georg Jensen is perfectly suitable as a free-standing bowl as well as a fruit bowl or for noble snacks. Bowl with a snakelike vitality "Cobra gives the impression as if it rises and floats, seemingly defying gravity", says Wortmann. The bowl made of stainless steel radiates a snakelike liveliness. Especially the combination with further items of the Georg Jensen Cobra series enables countless transformations. Its nearly flowing impression gives the objects of the Cobra series by Georg Jensen a dynamic presence on any surface. In combination with its functionality, the items of the Cobra series are very stylish household items and elegant eye-catcher.
  • Vitra - Classic Tray Diamonds
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    Vitra - Classic Tray Diamonds
    Alexander Girard was one of the most influential people of American post-war design, being an architect, designer and graphic designer. Many of the colourful graphic designs by Alexander Girard, originally made for Herman Miller, are printed on selected furniture, home accessories and textiles today. Vitra selected some of Alexander Girard’s patterns to be re-edited in the Vitra Home Complements Collection in cooperation with Girard’s family, which runs the heritage of the designer with the Girard Studio. The Classic Trays display six of the most famous designs of Alexander Girard. One of them is the Diamonds pattern, which grants happiness while having your breakfast. A special home accessory for the summer and a practical helper for garden parties and children’s birthdays. The Classic Trays harmonize with each other in order to be stickered and to become a colourful ensemble whenever you want to. The trays of laminated plywood should only be cleaned by hand. Available in different sizes and with different patterns.
  • Georg Jensen Bloom Bonbonniere
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    Georg Jensen Bloom Bonbonniere
    The designs by Helle Damkjær can really be described as international: The Dane lives in Paris, but for her Bloom Bonbonniere the designer was inspired in and by East Asia. The role model of the softly designed series are cherry blossoms. In Japan, the Dane designer got to know the blossoms for which the country is most famous for, and the idea for the delicate and soft shapes of the Bloom Bonbonniere was born. The Georg Jensen Bloom Bonbonniere perfectly suits all kind of treats but thanks to its harmonious design and even without any content, the bonbonniere also serves as a table decoration. The Georg Jensen Bloom Bonbonniere flatters the eye with its soft shapes and its noble impression. The candy dish is sensually shaped, the contrast of soft curves and the strong material stainless steel creates an impression of strong tension and character.
  • Eva Solo - Serving tray with handles
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    Eva Solo - Serving tray with handles
    Reduced in design – maximized in its function. All the things that used to be characteristic for the products by Eva Solo are also completely applicable for the serving tray with handles. The rectangular serving tray by the Danish manufacturer Eva Solo is perfectly suitable for its duty: The base of the tray consists of weightless and resistant ABS-plastic; the inside is coated with rubber. This is how it keeps everything placed on it safely. The handles ensure that the tray is carried without efforts. A stainless steel ring sets decent accents on its top. This is how the serving tray by Eva Solo mustn’t hide, but also looks good on top of the table.
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