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  • Eames Office - Notebook A6
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    Eames Office - Notebook A6
    The classic Pantone notebook is also available in the Charles & Ray Eames made "House of Cards” design. Inside, the notebooks of the Eames Office convince with the known functions. They delighted children then and adults today: The "House of Cards” designs offer natural charm to the Eames Office notebooks, but also encourage creativity to paint, draw and write. Therewith the colourful motives erase the strict style, without devaluating their function. The quality thereby remains on the known high level: As well as all the Pantone notebooks, the A6 notebook from the Eames Office is printed on high class paper. A rubber band keeps the Ray & Charles Eames designed book closed. The Eames Office notebook is also available as Notebook A4.
  • The Hansen Family - Remix Log
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    The Hansen Family - Remix Log
    A piece of wood, which keeps things organized? The Hansen Family presents a writing desk tray in a minimalistic design: The Remix Log. Gesa Hansen designed the Remix Log for her label The Hansen Family. The organizer offers a big compartment for notices, memos, paper-clips and other things that would otherwise lie all over the desk. Ten small compartments for pens also organize the rest. The Hansen Family produces the Remix Log out of massive oak wood. The desk tray proves that reduced design is able to organize all kinds of utensils.
  • Lexon - Flip LCD-Alarm Clock
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    Lexon - Flip LCD-Alarm Clock
    Everyone knows the feeling of not knowing if the alarm clock has been set for the next morning before going to sleep. The LCD-alarm clock by Lexon puts an end to this feeling. The idea of the Flip is thereby as simple as revolutionary: The alarm clock is easily turned, in order to switch the alarm on and off. On the surface there are great letters that explain clearly what a mode is activated. When the alarm is set, the adjusted time will appear besides the real time. The shining LC display of the ABS plastic Flip ensures that the time is also easily recognizable in the darkest nights. When the LCD alarm clock rings at an undesired time, the touch-sensor enables to simply switch it off and sleep a few minutes longer by means of the snooze function.
  • Hay - Shapes Mirror
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    Hay - Shapes Mirror
    Shapes by Hay are mirrors, which bribe with simplicity. Elementary shapes and graphical style become some highlights in every room. The Shapes mirrors fit in every surrounding with their extroverted and still tranquil appearance. The Shapes mirrors have no frame as we know it, they look fresh and decent. Hay produces the Sylvian Willenz designed Shape mirrors out of mirror glass and painted wood. The unusual mirrors are available in round or hexagonal forms.
  • Black + Blum - James the bookend
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    Black + Blum - James the bookend
    Besides the awarded doorstop James the doormen, they now adapt a version of "James" for the bookshelf: James the bookend. The bookend "James" promises not only a humorous design, it also gives the shelf a stability. The stainless steel plate that is fixed to his foot, ensures that any number of books can be leant against James' outstretched arms without him slipping over. He can be used individually or as a pair. James the bookend is available in the colours lime, blue and orange.
  • areaware - Pig Bank
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    areaware - Pig Bank
    The Pig Bank was designed by Harry Allen for Areaware. It is bigger and looks more vivid than most of the representatives of his species. This is especially given by the production: The Pig Bank is a plastic resin made moulding copy of a real pig (which of course passed by naturally). Harry Allen is famous for his designs that often are a reprint of the things surrounding him. Whether a bowl out of many nuts (the Peanut Bowl) or the Brush Vase, which consists of differently sized brushes – Harry Allen knows how to convert everyday things into artistic masterpieces with a completely new function. Pig Bank has a length of 46 cm and a height of 25 cm so that it is hard not to see it. This doesn’t only mean that Pig is an unusual design object for our homes, but it is also an alternative for the common piggy bank, which might make us think. According to Areaware, 10,000 $ dollar notes fit in the life-size piggy bank. The Harry Allen Pig Bank consists of marble and plastic resin and it has a cork-stop at its belly so that it can be emptied whenever you want to. Pig Bank is available in different colours.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Printed Cushion
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Printed Cushion
    The bribing style of the printed cushions of the Wrong for Hay Collection from the Danish manufacturer Hay ensures accents in the living room. The patterns of the printed cushions were designed by Nathalie Du Pasquier. The French-Italian designer and painter became famous as co-founder of the Memphis group, which caused some turbulences in the design scene of that time. The expressive designs of the printed cushions by Hay are a logical consequence of the style of Du Pasquier: They are three-dimensional, geometrical and vivid, attracting attention in every room they are in. Hay produces the printed cushions out of cotton. The filling is made of feathers, making the graphic patterns comfortable and cosy. The printed cushions of the Wrong for Hay Collection are available in 50 x 50 cm and in 57 x 35 cm.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Lumberjack Candleholder
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    Normann Copenhagen - Lumberjack Candleholder
    Simon Legald designed the Lumberjacks for Normann Copenhagen, it is a characteristic series out of candleholders that are all of them made out of one piece. The massive wood of the Lumberjack Candleholder is contrasted by the slim, swung shapes of its silhouette. Designer Simon Legald was inspired by the name giving lumberjacks that hit a tree until the upper part only balances on a slim intermediate piece. The designer said about his inspiration: ”I find it fascinating how small details are able to change the complete character of a product. I visited many handicraft workshops during the last years and I believe that the classic carpenter art is the perfect way of adding a hint of handicraft to industrial design.” Normann Copenhagen designed the Lumberjack candleholder out of massive oak wood. The characteristic candleholder is available in three sizes.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Printed Cushion
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Printed Cushion
    The bribing style of the printed cushions of the Wrong for Hay Collection from the Danish manufacturer Hay ensures accents in the living room. The patterns of the printed cushions were designed by Nathalie Du Pasquier. The French-Italian designer and painter became famous as co-founder of the Memphis group, which caused some turbulences in the design scene of that time. The expressive designs of the printed cushions by Hay are a logical consequence of the style of Du Pasquier: They are three-dimensional, geometrical and vivid, attracting attention in every room they are in. Hay produces the printed cushions out of cotton. The filling is made of feathers, making the graphic patterns comfortable and cosy. The printed cushions of the Wrong for Hay Collection are available in 50 x 50 cm and in 57 x 35 cm.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Printed Cushion
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Printed Cushion
    The bribing style of the printed cushions of the Wrong for Hay Collection from the Danish manufacturer Hay ensures accents in the living room. The patterns of the printed cushions were designed by Nathalie Du Pasquier. The French-Italian designer and painter became famous as co-founder of the Memphis group, which caused some turbulences in the design scene of that time. The expressive designs of the printed cushions by Hay are a logical consequence of the style of Du Pasquier: They are three-dimensional, geometrical and vivid, attracting attention in every room they are in. Hay produces the printed cushions out of cotton. The filling is made of feathers, making the graphic patterns comfortable and cosy. The printed cushions of the Wrong for Hay Collection are available in 50 x 50 cm and in 57 x 35 cm.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Printed Cushion
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Printed Cushion
    The bribing style of the printed cushions of the Wrong for Hay Collection from the Danish manufacturer Hay ensures accents in the living room. The patterns of the printed cushions were designed by Nathalie Du Pasquier. The French-Italian designer and painter became famous as co-founder of the Memphis group, which caused some turbulences in the design scene of that time. The expressive designs of the printed cushions by Hay are a logical consequence of the style of Du Pasquier: They are three-dimensional, geometrical and vivid, attracting attention in every room they are in. Hay produces the printed cushions out of cotton. The filling is made of feathers, making the graphic patterns comfortable and cosy. The printed cushions of the Wrong for Hay Collection are available in 50 x 50 cm and in 57 x 35 cm.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Printed Cushion
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Printed Cushion
    The bribing style of the printed cushions of the Wrong for Hay Collection from the Danish manufacturer Hay ensures accents in the living room. The patterns of the printed cushions were designed by Nathalie Du Pasquier. The French-Italian designer and painter became famous as co-founder of the Memphis group, which caused some turbulences in the design scene of that time. The expressive designs of the printed cushions by Hay are a logical consequence of the style of Du Pasquier: They are three-dimensional, geometrical and vivid, attracting attention in every room they are in. Hay produces the printed cushions out of cotton. The filling is made of feathers, making the graphic patterns comfortable and cosy. The printed cushions of the Wrong for Hay Collection are available in 50 x 50 cm and in 57 x 35 cm.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Bent Wood Mirror
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Bent Wood Mirror
    The Bend Wood mirror of the Wrong for Hay Collection by the Danish manufacturer Hay charms the eye with soft and clear lines. The ash wood base makes the Wrong for Hay Bent Wood mirror flexible: The mirror by Hay can’t only be hanged, but it is also installed standing if desired. This is how Bent Wood is easily moved from one place to another. Hay produces the Bent Wood mirror of the Wrong for Hay Collection with a frame of steam-bent beech wood and the base of massive ash wood. The traditional processing techniques and the materials give a classic appeal to the mirror. The Bent Wood mirror is available in different colour combinations.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Bent Wood Mirror
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Bent Wood Mirror
    The Bend Wood mirror of the Wrong for Hay Collection by the Danish manufacturer Hay charms the eye with soft and clear lines. The ash wood base makes the Wrong for Hay Bent Wood mirror flexible: The mirror by Hay can’t only be hanged, but it is also installed standing if desired. This is how Bent Wood is easily moved from one place to another. Hay produces the Bent Wood mirror of the Wrong for Hay Collection with a frame of steam-bent beech wood and the base of massive ash wood. The traditional processing techniques and the materials give a classic appeal to the mirror. The Bent Wood mirror is available in different colour combinations.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Hat Box
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Hat Box
    Take your hat off! The Hat Box of the Wrong for Hay Collection by the Danish manufacturer Hay holds more than only hats. The container of the Wrong for Hay Collection doubtlessly looks gorgeous, since the simple style holds our head’s clothes decently and protects them from dust. Three holes at the top make it easier to open and close the box. But that’s not all of it: The clear design fits in the living room, the bedroom and all the other places, where hats and small objects should be stored. Hay produces the practical storage boxes out of plywood with beech veneer.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Printed Cushion
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Printed Cushion
    The bribing style of the printed cushions of the Wrong for Hay Collection from the Danish manufacturer Hay ensures accents in the living room. The patterns of the printed cushions were designed by Nathalie Du Pasquier. The French-Italian designer and painter became famous as co-founder of the Memphis group, which caused some turbulences in the design scene of that time. The expressive designs of the printed cushions by Hay are a logical consequence of the style of Du Pasquier: They are three-dimensional, geometrical and vivid, attracting attention in every room they are in. Hay produces the printed cushions out of cotton. The filling is made of feathers, making the graphic patterns comfortable and cosy. The printed cushions of the Wrong for Hay Collection are available in 50 x 50 cm and in 57 x 35 cm.
  • Hay - Shapes Mirror
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    Hay - Shapes Mirror
    Shapes by Hay are mirrors, which bribe with simplicity. Elementary shapes and graphical style become some highlights in every room. The Shapes mirrors fit in every surrounding with their extroverted and still tranquil appearance. The Shapes mirrors have no frame as we know it, they look fresh and decent. Hay produces the Sylvian Willenz designed Shape mirrors out of mirror glass and painted wood. The unusual mirrors are available in round or hexagonal forms.
  • Hay - Shapes Mirror
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    Hay - Shapes Mirror
    Shapes by Hay are mirrors, which bribe with simplicity. Elementary shapes and graphical style become some highlights in every room. The Shapes mirrors fit in every surrounding with their extroverted and still tranquil appearance. The Shapes mirrors have no frame as we know it, they look fresh and decent. Hay produces the Sylvian Willenz designed Shape mirrors out of mirror glass and painted wood. The unusual mirrors are available in round or hexagonal forms.
  • Hay - Fly Away Moth
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    Hay - Fly Away Moth
    Fly, little moth, fly! The moths-protection by Hay keeps clothes in the wardrobe safely protected from the small troublemakers. Fly Away Moth keeps moths away, 100% naturally. The moths-protection is simply hanged in the wardrobe, saving your clothes from holes. Hay produces Fly Away Moth out of cedar wood, which repels moths harmlessly. If the wooden moth repellent sticks lose their natural scent after a while, you will simply have to rub them a little with sandpaper and they will work as if they were new.
  • siebensachen Miss Monnipenni
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    siebensachen Miss Monnipenni
    Piggy bank with leather ears. Miss Monnipenni is a noble animal with a genealogic tree of species-appropriate rearing. And even if it is about what’s inside, Miss Monnipenni doesn’t believe that it is all about the money. The beautiful miss decorates sideboards or desks, since it is a real home pig. This makes her different to many siblings of mass rearing. The ears and the base closure of Miss Monnipenni are made of natural bend leather. To unfasten the closure, hold the opening of the leather disc can pull it out. By the way: Miss Monnipenni loves luck pennies for a starter!
  • siebensachen Miss Monnipenni
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    siebensachen Miss Monnipenni
    Piggy bank with leather ears. Miss Monnipenni is a noble animal with a genealogic tree of species-appropriate rearing. And even if it is about what’s inside, Miss Monnipenni doesn’t believe that it is all about the money. The beautiful miss decorates sideboards or desks, since it is a real home pig. This makes her different to many siblings of mass rearing. The ears and the base closure of Miss Monnipenni are made of natural bend leather. To unfasten the closure, hold the opening of the leather disc can pull it out. By the way: Miss Monnipenni loves luck pennies for a starter!
  • Artificial - Hat Catcher
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    Artificial - Hat Catcher
    More than functional: Hat catcher is a wardrobe, which stands in homes as if it was a sculpture. The designers from nachacht designed a stylish crane for Artificial, which catches clothes. The crane doesn’t fluff without any reasons: The original shape of the wardrobe stand by Artificial holds clothes of all kinds. At its head and its wings there is place for hangers for jackets, safely held because of the inclination. The seabird also catches hats and caps – as its name reveals – with the right swung. The hat catcher wardrobe is made of beech plywood and it is very stable thanks to the tripod base. It is also available in a dark-stained edition with black metal surface on demand.
  • Muuto - Wall Hook "The Dots"
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    Muuto - Wall Hook "The Dots"
    The young Norway design office Tveit&Tornoe exists since 2006. In 2007 the creativity was rewarded with the title „Talent Of The Year". Best example for the organic vein of the young designer are the wall hooks, which are called „The Dots". The family of different sizes wall hooks are a enrichment for every wall. Its round shapes cater for large comfort for all your clothes. There are no boundaries for your creativity when you want to arrangement of the "Dots" on your wall. The dots love to be in a group on the wall, if large or small. From time to time you want to free the hooks from the load of the clothes, to enjoy their shape and material.
  • Geneva - Model S Wireless DAB+
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    Geneva - Model S Wireless DAB+
    The Model S Wireless DAB+ is the extended variant of the Model S from Geneva. DAB means Digital Audio Broadcasting. The small and practical sounds system is therefore suitable for the frequency range from 45 Hz to 20 kHz it can receive radio stations via cable, Bluetooth and antenna. This means a wider programme range for you as well as an excellent sound. With the Geneva Model S Wireless DAB+ it is possible to stream music from the iPhone, iPod and every Bluetooth-adapted device by pressing only one button. The DAB+ technique enables high audio quality, also with low bitrates. It is as easy as with the models before to control this one. Geneva’s Model S Wireless DAB+ unifies highly modern Audio-technology with refined design in a small format. Besides the reception of modern, digital radio standards, the Geneva S Wireless DAB+ Model also has the Model S advantages: a detachable stand, Embracing Sound procedure, alarm clock and an automatic docking-station for iPod and iPhone. Reduction and clearness determine the design of the compact corpus look. The stand can be fixed optionally. The usage of buttons was consciously avoided. Instead there is a sensor-controlled surface. An infra-red remote control completes the Model S Wireless DAB+. The Model S Wireless DAB+ is available in several different colours. More details: Equipment. FM-Radio and DAB/DAB+-technique with 6 pre-configurations. digital clock with alarm function. LED-display for volume, mode and frequency. Bluetooth for wireless streaming. Touch-sensors with background illumination. Mini Line-In-Connection for external device without Bluetooth. Remote control. Power cable. external FM-antenna. Technical data. Frequency area: 75 Hz to 20 kHz (-3dB) Energy consumption: maximal 20 W, standby 1 W. Two 3-inch-speakers, powered separately for perfect acoustics. Two digital classes-D-amplifier with 15 W output each one.
  • Muuto - Float Candleholder
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    Muuto - Float Candleholder
    Muuto is a brand, which surprises with charming and newish products again and again. The Norwegian designers Anderssen & Voll designed the Float candleholder for the Danish company, offering a Scandinavian-clear character to the candleholder. The designers were inspired by small boats; that’s where the name comes from. The recognizable shape of the Muuto Float gives space and expressivity to the candles. The combination of different colours is especially moody and offers warm ambience to every room. Muuto produces the candleholder of cast aluminium.
  • Muuto - Wall Hook "The Dots"
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    Muuto - Wall Hook "The Dots"
    The young Norway design office Tveit&Tornoe exists since 2006. In 2007 the creativity was rewarded with the title „Talent Of The Year". Best example for the organic vein of the young designer are the wall hooks, which are called „The Dots". The family of different sizes wall hooks are a enrichment for every wall. Its round shapes cater for large comfort for all your clothes. There are no boundaries for your creativity when you want to arrangement of the "Dots" on your wall. The dots love to be in a group on the wall, if large or small. From time to time you want to free the hooks from the load of the clothes, to enjoy their shape and material.
  • Muuto - Wall Hook "The Dots"
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    Muuto - Wall Hook "The Dots"
    The young Norway design office Tveit&Tornoe exists since 2006. In 2007 the creativity was rewarded with the title „Talent Of The Year". Best example for the organic vein of the young designer are the wall hooks, which are called „The Dots". The family of different sizes wall hooks are a enrichment for every wall. Its round shapes cater for large comfort for all your clothes. There are no boundaries for your creativity when you want to arrangement of the "Dots" on your wall. The dots love to be in a group on the wall, if large or small. From time to time you want to free the hooks from the load of the clothes, to enjoy their shape and material.
  • Hay - Kaleido
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    Hay - Kaleido
    Kaleido is an original tray series that was designed by graphic and product designer Clara von Zweigberg for the company Hay. The colourful and different sized trays offer an unknown quantity of functions and combination possibilities. Starting with the small Kaleido XS, which can be used as snacks bowl, key board or also to store jewelry, continuing with the Kaleido S, M and L up to the largest one, Kaleido XL, which serves as comfortable serving tray, all Kaleido trays serve for different purposes. Kaleido also has a whole lot to offer if it isn't used: The shapes of the metallic tray have been chosen so, that the smaller trays are perfectly inserted in the larger ones. Many combinations emerge here, such as stacked trays. If one additionally combines different colours (for example Kaleido XS in 9 colours), unexpected compositions emerge that won’t only be the focus of attention as decorative objects but also invite to play with combinations and pile games. Kaleido is also available in further colours!
  • Muuto - Float Candleholder
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    Muuto - Float Candleholder
    Muuto is a brand, which surprises with charming and newish products again and again. The Norwegian designers Anderssen & Voll designed the Float candleholder for the Danish company, offering a Scandinavian-clear character to the candleholder. The designers were inspired by small boats; that’s where the name comes from. The recognizable shape of the Muuto Float gives space and expressivity to the candles. The combination of different colours is especially moody and offers warm ambience to every room. Muuto produces the candleholder of cast aluminium.
  • Muuto - Float Candleholder
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    Muuto - Float Candleholder
    Muuto is a brand, which surprises with charming and newish products again and again. The Norwegian designers Anderssen & Voll designed the Float candleholder for the Danish company, offering a Scandinavian-clear character to the candleholder. The designers were inspired by small boats; that’s where the name comes from. The recognizable shape of the Muuto Float gives space and expressivity to the candles. The combination of different colours is especially moody and offers warm ambience to every room. Muuto produces the candleholder of cast aluminium.
  • iittala - Kivi Votive Candle Holder
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    iittala - Kivi Votive Candle Holder
    The tea light candle holder Kivi was designed in 1988 by Heikki Orvola for the Finnish design manufacturer Iittala. It has often been copied. Due to its timeless elegance, the Kivi tea light candle holder is a beautiful asset to any table. Kivi mulitplies a flame’s light and shimmers in many different colours. To watch Kivi and to hold it in your palm is an utmost joy. Kivi stands well on its own but in a group it creates pleasant effects. The tea light candle holder comes in various colours, so you may design you own personal light show and set your nights ablaze! Kivi is available in a variety of autumn colours. The lanterns consist of solid glass and are dishwasher safe. More details: The tea-candle holder Kivi was designed in 1988 by Heikki Orvola for finish design manufacturer Iittala. It has often been copied. Due to its timeless elegance, the Kivi tea-candle holder is a beautiful asset to any table.
  • Holmegaard - Cocoon Vase
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    Holmegaard - Cocoon Vase
    Another highlight of the Cocoon-Series by Holmegaard: the Cocoon Vase. The whole Cocoon-collection was designed by Peter Svarrer. It convinces through its clear design and bright colours. Like all Holmegaard-Products are the Cocoon-Vases also handmade or mouth-blown. Combined with the different sized Cocoon-bowls the vases are an aesthetic enrichment in daily life. The Cocoon-Vase is available in the colours grey, opal-white, black, clear and red, and also in three different sizes.
  • Donkey Products - Think Big XXXL Pencil
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    Donkey Products - Think Big XXXL Pencil
    Big thoughts, but no pencil to write them down? Donkey Products as a solution for you: the Think Big XXXL pencil! The Think Big XXXL pencil by Donkey Products isn’t only the ideal writing tool for people with big hands. The good thing of the big size of 39 cm is that the pencils last forever! The Donkey Products Think Big XXXL pencil is the right tool when it comes to organize all your big ideas. And if an error comes to the paper it is no problem for the Think Big XXXL pencil to erase it with its equally XXXL rubber on the backside. This oversized pencil by Donkey Products is also a wonderful gift.
  • Hey Sign - Fireplace Wood Basket with handle
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    Hey Sign - Fireplace Wood Basket with handle
    The fireplace-wood-basket by Hey Sign is an innovative basket made of felt. Some people would call the basket a bag, because it does not have any massive walls or pads, but is only made of felt. The design of the basket is plain, it is unexpected robust and holds the weight without any problems. And it is easy to clean. The design equals the material, which seems effective and affects in plain quality. And also in the object area comes the positive character made of felt. It is pervious to air, sound absorbing, heat insulating and through its natural fat content dirt-repellent. And the best: The felt of Hey Sign is made of 100% pure new wool and is also pure new wool environmentally absolutely harmless. And so the felt plays its qualities also in the shape of a fireplace-wood basket. The basket is unexpected robust and holds the weight of many logs without any problem. And the basket is easy to clean. This characteristics allow the design of the fireplace-wood basket of Hey Sign, if the felt wouldn't be as robust as it is, the design couldn't be as light as it is. The fireplace-wood basket by Hey Sign can also be ordered with a humble material strength of 3 mm. And it is available in every Hey Sign colour.
  • Iittala - Aalto Vase Savoy - height: 95 mm
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    Iittala - Aalto Vase Savoy - height: 95 mm
    Aalto vase – totally natural. Whereas many European designers exalt the revolution of the machines, Scandinavian artists turned to nature. Alvar Aalto was one of the trend-setters with his Savoy vase including the typical natural Aalto forms – waves – that also appeared in the shape of the walls of the Finnish pavilion at the World Exhibition in New York in 1939, in the architecture of the Schauspielhaus in Duesseldorf etc. At iittala’s request, Alvar Aalto created the Aalto vase in different shapes, sizes and colours for the World Exhibition in Paris in 1937. Alvar Aalto was the son of a cartographer – maybe the shapes of the vase are based on Finnish landscapes and lakes. The timeless Aalto vase ranks among the most famous glass objects all over the world; it is a synonym for Finnish glass art and the manufacturer Iittala. The Savoy vase is currently being exhibited in the most important design museums. For animal-protecting reasons, we want to make notice that the Aalto Vase is not an adapted container for fishes of any kind. The goldfish on the product picture has only been taken out of their adequate surrounding during the photo production.
  • Zuzunaga - Cushion - Squaring of the Circle - Fire
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    Zuzunaga - Cushion - Squaring of the Circle - Fire
    "Squaring of the Circle” is a collection of cushions that has been designed by the Spanish designer Criatian Zuzunaga for Zuzunaga. The vividly coloured design strings pixels in a graphic pattern together. Individuality is the topic from "Squaring of the Circle”. Each cushion possesses an individual, dynamic and unique look. The colours of the graphic patterns thereby reach from bright and expressive to soft and covered. Zuzunaga offers the cushions in three colour worlds: fire, spirit and soul. They all use different colours in other combinations. The vivid look from "Squaring of the Circle” is the expression from Cristian Zuzunagas’ desire of filling the everyday of the people with colours and of creating positive emotions. The graphic design is inspired by architecture and the details images of city maps. For the pixel-like design, Cristian Zuzunaga explained that he expanded digital city maps until they only displayed gross geometric forms. Zuzunaga understands the design as metaphor for cities of the world: it shows how a city is composed of the combination of endless individual single pieces and receives an unmistakeable character in this versatility. Zuzunaga manufactures the cushion "Squaring of the Circle” out of the cover fabric Trevira CS. The robust fabric is washable at 40°C.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Magnetic Tower
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Magnetic Tower
    The Magnetic Tower of the Wrong for Hay Collection by the Danish manufacturer Hay is an office accessory of a different kind: all kinds of things can be fixed at the magnetic wooden cylinder. The unusual shape of the Magnetic Tower attracts attention and is stylish on the desk. The wooden cylinder holds paper clips and other small metal objects. This means that the Hay Magnetic Tower is also usable as small, unobtrusive pin board. The idea of this unusual and also stylish wooden tower comes from the design team Daniel Emma. Hay produces the Magnetic Tower out of massive oak wood with an invisible magnet. The small office helper also suits the Cork Cone , which was also designed by Daniel Emma and which completes the style and the function of the Magnetic Tower.
  • Holmegaard - Cocoon Vase
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    Holmegaard - Cocoon Vase
    Another highlight of the Cocoon-Series by Holmegaard: the Cocoon Vase. The whole Cocoon-collection was designed by Peter Svarrer. It convinces through its clear design and bright colours. Like all Holmegaard-Products are the Cocoon-Vases also handmade or mouth-blown. Combined with the different sized Cocoon-bowls the vases are an aesthetic enrichment in daily life. The Cocoon-Vase is available in the colours grey, opal-white, black, clear and red, and also in three different sizes.
  • Iittala - Vitriini Boxes 220x110 mm
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    Iittala - Vitriini Boxes 220x110 mm
    Each one of us might have some things at home, on the tables and shelves, which always remain "placeless”. The Vitriini Boxes by Iittala offer wonderful solutions for such objects – and presents them even prettily in them. The Vitriini Boxes were designed by the glass smith Anu Penttinen, which already made her name as glass artist with the Pentinnen Birds she also made for Iittala. As she is also a master of using colours, she made this colourful collection of small storage boxes which consist of glass – typical for Iittala – but also of other materials such as wood and aluminium. The Vitriini Boxes in 220x110 mm are suitable to store keys, office clips, buttons, jewellery or other small accessories. The small boxes are also pretty collectors’ pieces and wonderful gift ideas. The different boxes in numerous colours are great to be combined – the possibilities are nearly unlimited. With all the modernity, Iittala still remains faithful to the glass traditions with the Vitriini collection: All glass pieces are mouth blown, which instantly charms a smile on experts.
  • Iittala - Vitriini Boxes 220x110 mm
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    Iittala - Vitriini Boxes 220x110 mm
    Each one of us might have some things at home, on the tables and shelves, which always remain "placeless”. The Vitriini Boxes by Iittala offer wonderful solutions for such objects – and presents them even prettily in them. The Vitriini Boxes were designed by the glass smith Anu Penttinen, which already made her name as glass artist with the Pentinnen Birds she also made for Iittala. As she is also a master of using colours, she made this colourful collection of small storage boxes which consist of glass – typical for Iittala – but also of other materials such as wood and aluminium. The Vitriini Boxes in 220x110 mm are suitable to store keys, office clips, buttons, jewellery or other small accessories. The small boxes are also pretty collectors’ pieces and wonderful gift ideas. The different boxes in numerous colours are great to be combined – the possibilities are nearly unlimited. With all the modernity, Iittala still remains faithful to the glass traditions with the Vitriini collection: All glass pieces are mouth blown, which instantly charms a smile on experts.
  • Stadler Form - Charly Table Fan
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    Stadler Form - Charly Table Fan
    Charly lifts off! The design and its wind speed power remind us of a jet aircraft turbine. The three aluminium blades allow this fan to shift up to 3,000 m³ air per hour. The air circulation rate can be set to one of three levels, and it is adjustable in height. Because of the die-cast zinc base, 'Charly' remains firmly anchored on the ground. 'Charly' is one tough customer, made exclusively of metal: zinc, aluminium, and coated steel. Contrasting the other Charly editions, this one also works with a swinging mode, so that the oscillation spreads cool air better.
  • Hay - Colour Binder
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    Hay - Colour Binder
    Folders mustn’t look boring! The Scholten & Baijings designed Hay Colour Binder folders make shelves more colourful. The Netherlands designer duo Scholten & Baijings is known for curious colour combinations and patterns. Their colourful designs enter the office with the Colour Binders now, since the folders with harmonic colours erase the grey office sadness. The colourful folders by Hay are combinable – this ensures individual mixtures in shelves and it organizes the contents of the folders on the first sight with different colours. Each colour has four different colour mixtures, so that two folders of the same edition can have different designs. Hay produces the Colour Binders of cardboard and textile; there are two chrome-plated rings to file documents inside.
  • Hay - Colour Binder
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    Hay - Colour Binder
    Folders mustn’t look boring! The Scholten & Baijings designed Hay Colour Binder folders make shelves more colourful. The Netherlands designer duo Scholten & Baijings is known for curious colour combinations and patterns. Their colourful designs enter the office with the Colour Binders now, since the folders with harmonic colours erase the grey office sadness. The colourful folders by Hay are combinable – this ensures individual mixtures in shelves and it organizes the contents of the folders on the first sight with different colours. Each colour has four different colour mixtures, so that two folders of the same edition can have different designs. Hay produces the Colour Binders of cardboard and textile; there are two chrome-plated rings to file documents inside.
  • Hay - Mesh Notebook
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    Hay - Mesh Notebook
    It is about the small things of life: The Mesh notebooks, Hay created some office articles that are different. The Hay Mesh notebook ensures that thoughts can be written down with style. The paper of the Mesh notebook is grey and without any lines, while the cover appears in the clear but characteristic Hay design. Hay produces the cover of the Mesh notebook out of cardboard. A rubber band ensures that the content of the notebook remains where it is.
  • Hay - Colour Binder
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    Hay - Colour Binder
    Folders mustn’t look boring! The Scholten & Baijings designed Hay Colour Binder folders make shelves more colourful. The Netherlands designer duo Scholten & Baijings is known for curious colour combinations and patterns. Their colourful designs enter the office with the Colour Binders now, since the folders with harmonic colours erase the grey office sadness. The colourful folders by Hay are combinable – this ensures individual mixtures in shelves and it organizes the contents of the folders on the first sight with different colours. Each colour has four different colour mixtures, so that two folders of the same edition can have different designs. Hay produces the Colour Binders of cardboard and textile; there are two chrome-plated rings to file documents inside.
  • Eames Office - Notebook A4
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    Eames Office - Notebook A4
    The classic Pantone notebooks are also available in the Charles & Ray Eames designed "House of Cards” motives. Inside the notebooks of the Eames Office shine with the known functions. They delighted children then and adults now: The "House of Cards” motives offer friendly charm to the Eames Office notebooks, and they also encourage creativity to paint, draw and write. The colourful motives therewith erase the radical style of notebooks without devaluating the function. The quality thereby naturally remains on the known level: as well as all the Pantone notebooks, this A4 notebook from the Eames Office is printed on high class paper. A rubber band keeps the rubber hand of the Ray & Charles Eames designed book tightly closed. The Eames Office notebook is also available as Notebook A6.
  • Donkey Products - Funky Rulers
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    Donkey Products - Funky Rulers
    Straight lines can be funny as well! That’s proven by the creative wooden "Funky Rulers” by Donkey Products. The Funky Rulers by Donkey Products don’t appear straight-lined – but unusual and creative. Measuring is fun, since the wooden rulers are also usable to play. Donkey Products produces the Funky Rulers out of beech wood. It is only natural for Donkey Product’s wooden rulers to be free from health-hazardous substances.
  • Donkey Products - Funky Rulers
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    Donkey Products - Funky Rulers
    Straight lines can be funny as well! That’s proven by the creative wooden "Funky Rulers” by Donkey Products. The Funky Rulers by Donkey Products don’t appear straight-lined – but unusual and creative. Measuring is fun, since the wooden rulers are also usable to play. Donkey Products produces the Funky Rulers out of beech wood. It is only natural for Donkey Product’s wooden rulers to be free from health-hazardous substances.
  • Stadler Form Charly - Floor Fan
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    Stadler Form Charly - Floor Fan
    Charly lifts off! The design and its wind power remind us of a jet turbine. The three aluminium blades allow this fan to shift up to 3,000 m³ air per hour. The air circulation rate is adjustable in three steps according to your demands and it can be changed into a vertical direction. 'Charly' remains firmly anchored to the ground because of the die-cast zinc base. 'Charly' is a tough one, made exclusively of metal: zinc, aluminium, and coated steel. Contrasting the other Charly editions, this one also works with a swinging mode, so that the oscillation spreads cool air better.
  • Hay - Spine Clip Board
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    Hay - Spine Clip Board
    That’s how working in the office becomes funny: The Spine Clip Board by Hay has an unmistakable appearance and practical advantages. The Spine Clip Board hides its content between two tops. The documents inside are safely protected as well as in a folder. The colourful Spine was created by the German designer Clara von Zweigberg, who gave the unmistakable appearance to the board. The name "Spine” comes from the colourful backside. While the cover and the inside of the clip board by Hay were kept in harmonic pastel tones, so that the neon appearance of the back is a direct eye-catcher. Even if the Spine Clip Board remains in a wardrobe, it will add a bit of vivacity to the office. Hay produces the Spine Clip Board out of stable cardboard and the clip inside of it is made of chrome-plated metal.
  • Hay - Spine Clip Board
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    Hay - Spine Clip Board
    That’s how working in the office becomes funny: The Spine Clip Board by Hay has an unmistakable appearance and practical advantages. The Spine Clip Board hides its content between two tops. The documents inside are safely protected as well as in a folder. The colourful Spine was created by the German designer Clara von Zweigberg, who gave the unmistakable appearance to the board. The name "Spine” comes from the colourful backside. While the cover and the inside of the clip board by Hay were kept in harmonic pastel tones, so that the neon appearance of the back is a direct eye-catcher. Even if the Spine Clip Board remains in a wardrobe, it will add a bit of vivacity to the office. Hay produces the Spine Clip Board out of stable cardboard and the clip inside of it is made of chrome-plated metal.
  • siebensachen - uptodate Cube Calendar
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    siebensachen - uptodate Cube Calendar
    Enjoy construction blocks every day. A perpetual calendar for you to have every day of the year in your hands. Each date you wish to display and every day of a year is combinable on this wooden cube by siebensachen. The idea and the design came from Jörg Adam and Dominik Harborth. Every day enjoying letters and playing with numbers: from MO to SO (Sunday) from 01 to 31, since the massive wooden calendar "uptodate” is a perpetual and never-ending companion. Uptpdate allows combining such things during a whole life. According to the mood of the day it comes along cool or strong, organized as tower, as cuboid or in a line on the table. A daily company for the home or the office – simple, playful and always uptodate. The cube calendar uptodate by siebensachen is available in a white painted beech wood version and as natural oak wood edition.
  • Hay - Spine Clip Board
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    Hay - Spine Clip Board
    That’s how working in the office becomes funny: The Spine Clip Board by Hay has an unmistakable appearance and practical advantages. The Spine Clip Board hides its content between two tops. The documents inside are safely protected as well as in a folder. The colourful Spine was created by the German designer Clara von Zweigberg, who gave the unmistakable appearance to the board. The name "Spine” comes from the colourful backside. While the cover and the inside of the clip board by Hay were kept in harmonic pastel tones, so that the neon appearance of the back is a direct eye-catcher. Even if the Spine Clip Board remains in a wardrobe, it will add a bit of vivacity to the office. Hay produces the Spine Clip Board out of stable cardboard and the clip inside of it is made of chrome-plated metal.
  • Menu Design Menu - Marble wall clock
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    Menu Design Menu - Marble wall clock
    Time in a timeless coat: The Menu wall clock appears with clear lines, noble materials and without any unnecessary details. The dial of marble appears as minimalistic as possible. The pointers of brass show the time without disturbing the noble appeal of the clock. The natural grain of marble makes the clocks unique: every piece is different. The fine, natural grain of marble however remains visible all the time, but remaining in the background because of the clear and quiet shaping by the design team Norm Architects. The white edition is made of the legendary Carrara marble, while the green one consists of the green marble of Guatemala.
  • Menu Design Menu - Gridy Fungi shelves
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    Menu Design Menu - Gridy Fungi shelves
    Clear shapes and an expressive character of the Gridy Fungi shelves by Menu are responsible for the versatility of the boards that are deeply anchored in the Scandinavian design tradition. The Norwegian design team Gridy created the Gridy Fungi shelves for Menu. Both Norwegians are known for their love for simple shapes and the material wood, which is mirrored in a reduced, Nordic design. That’s the reason why the Gridy Fungi shelves are versatile, since the wall racks by Menu are unobtrusive. The inspiration for the Fungi shelves came from nature: The shape of the racks reminds us of mushrooms (lat. Fungi) that ornament the base of trees in many Scandinavian forests. Different sizes and colours of the Menu Gridy Fungi shelves transform them into masters of combinability and flexibility. Whether as big wall installations, as key boards in corridors, as presentation possibilities for decoration objects… fantasy has no limits. Menu produces the shelves of ash wood.
  • Menu Design Menu - Gridy Fungi shelves
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    Menu Design Menu - Gridy Fungi shelves
    Clear shapes and an expressive character of the Gridy Fungi shelves by Menu are responsible for the versatility of the boards that are deeply anchored in the Scandinavian design tradition. The Norwegian design team Gridy created the Gridy Fungi shelves for Menu. Both Norwegians are known for their love for simple shapes and the material wood, which is mirrored in a reduced, Nordic design. That’s the reason why the Gridy Fungi shelves are versatile, since the wall racks by Menu are unobtrusive. The inspiration for the Fungi shelves came from nature: The shape of the racks reminds us of mushrooms (lat. Fungi) that ornament the base of trees in many Scandinavian forests. Different sizes and colours of the Menu Gridy Fungi shelves transform them into masters of combinability and flexibility. Whether as big wall installations, as key boards in corridors, as presentation possibilities for decoration objects… fantasy has no limits. Menu produces the shelves of ash wood.
  • Menu Design Menu - Kaschkasch mirror
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    Menu Design Menu - Kaschkasch mirror
    The strong graphic appeal and the functional details transform the Kaschkasch mirror by Menu into a contemporaneous solution for modern homes. The Kaschkasch mirror was designed by the German duo Kaschkasch Cologne as the name reveals. Both cologne designers are famous for minimalistic forms with maximum performance, and that’s what happened with the mirror they made for Menu: The big, reduced mirror only needs little space and no fixing. That’s how it can also be fixed in smaller homes without any problems – and it can also change its place if needed. The Menu Kaschkasch mirror is simply leaned against the wall. The triangular form at the top makes the mirror suitable for corners, to be leaned sideways or frontal. Menu produces the Kaschkasch mirror of powder coated aluminium and mirror glass.
  • Keilbach Design - Pura Picture Holder
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    Keilbach Design - Pura Picture Holder
    Pura is pure - a pictures keeper after a minimal principle. The Pura Picture Holder has been designed bei Peter Keilbach for Keilbach Design. This picture holder shows minimalist style and can contain pictures as well as postcards and even CD-boxes. Pura seems to be a simple piece of stainless steel on the first sight, but it proves its versatility in the practical usage - it keeps pictures, post cards and even CDs without any problems! The functionality of this unobtrusive design-item makes Pura something uncomparably spectacular. Pictures or post cards are directly screwed between the massive cone out of stainless steel. The thickness doesn't matter. It consists of twisted high-tensile steel and comes in a gift box.
  • Menu Design Menu - Wire Bin
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    Menu Design Menu - Wire Bin
    The Menu wire bin is a basket, suitable for many purposes: As storage basket for laundry, toys, small items or simply as wastebasket. The wire bin from Menu was designed by the Danish team Norm Architects. The practical basket has a clear shape, which makes it suitable for every surrounding without any problems. The design, which looks as if a cable surrounded an invisible cube, is unobtrusive but not profane at all. Menu produces the wire bin of powder coated steel. The material ensures longevity, easy care and fast cleaning.
  • Menu Design Menu - Kaschkasch mirror
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    Menu Design Menu - Kaschkasch mirror
    The strong graphic appeal and the functional details transform the Kaschkasch mirror by Menu into a contemporaneous solution for modern homes. The Kaschkasch mirror was designed by the German duo Kaschkasch Cologne as the name reveals. Both cologne designers are famous for minimalistic forms with maximum performance, and that’s what happened with the mirror they made for Menu: The big, reduced mirror only needs little space and no fixing. That’s how it can also be fixed in smaller homes without any problems – and it can also change its place if needed. The Menu Kaschkasch mirror is simply leaned against the wall. The triangular form at the top makes the mirror suitable for corners, to be leaned sideways or frontal. Menu produces the Kaschkasch mirror of powder coated aluminium and mirror glass.
  • Menu Design Menu - Gridy Fungi shelves
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    Menu Design Menu - Gridy Fungi shelves
    Clear shapes and an expressive character of the Gridy Fungi shelves by Menu are responsible for the versatility of the boards that are deeply anchored in the Scandinavian design tradition. The Norwegian design team Gridy created the Gridy Fungi shelves for Menu. Both Norwegians are known for their love for simple shapes and the material wood, which is mirrored in a reduced, Nordic design. That’s the reason why the Gridy Fungi shelves are versatile, since the wall racks by Menu are unobtrusive. The inspiration for the Fungi shelves came from nature: The shape of the racks reminds us of mushrooms (lat. Fungi) that ornament the base of trees in many Scandinavian forests. Different sizes and colours of the Menu Gridy Fungi shelves transform them into masters of combinability and flexibility. Whether as big wall installations, as key boards in corridors, as presentation possibilities for decoration objects… fantasy has no limits. Menu produces the shelves of ash wood.
  • Menu Design Menu - Gridy Fungi shelves
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    Menu Design Menu - Gridy Fungi shelves
    Clear shapes and an expressive character of the Gridy Fungi shelves by Menu are responsible for the versatility of the boards that are deeply anchored in the Scandinavian design tradition. The Norwegian design team Gridy created the Gridy Fungi shelves for Menu. Both Norwegians are known for their love for simple shapes and the material wood, which is mirrored in a reduced, Nordic design. That’s the reason why the Gridy Fungi shelves are versatile, since the wall racks by Menu are unobtrusive. The inspiration for the Fungi shelves came from nature: The shape of the racks reminds us of mushrooms (lat. Fungi) that ornament the base of trees in many Scandinavian forests. Different sizes and colours of the Menu Gridy Fungi shelves transform them into masters of combinability and flexibility. Whether as big wall installations, as key boards in corridors, as presentation possibilities for decoration objects… fantasy has no limits. Menu produces the shelves of ash wood.
  • Menu Design Menu - Marble wall clock
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    Menu Design Menu - Marble wall clock
    Time in a timeless coat: The Menu wall clock appears with clear lines, noble materials and without any unnecessary details. The dial of marble appears as minimalistic as possible. The pointers of brass show the time without disturbing the noble appeal of the clock. The natural grain of marble makes the clocks unique: every piece is different. The fine, natural grain of marble however remains visible all the time, but remaining in the background because of the clear and quiet shaping by the design team Norm Architects. The white edition is made of the legendary Carrara marble, while the green one consists of the green marble of Guatemala.
  • Menu Design Menu - Wire Bin
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    Menu Design Menu - Wire Bin
    The Menu wire bin is a basket, suitable for many purposes: As storage basket for laundry, toys, small items or simply as wastebasket. The wire bin from Menu was designed by the Danish team Norm Architects. The practical basket has a clear shape, which makes it suitable for every surrounding without any problems. The design, which looks as if a cable surrounded an invisible cube, is unobtrusive but not profane at all. Menu produces the wire bin of powder coated steel. The material ensures longevity, easy care and fast cleaning.
  • Mondo - Tick Wall Clock
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    Mondo - Tick Wall Clock
    There is one thing that Tick Wall and Table Clock by Mondo can do best: displaying the time in a clear and unmistakable design. No more, but no less. Designer Kazushige Miyake created the Mondo Tick wall and table Clock with convex points on its glass surface. The eye-catching and stylish colours emphasise the extraordinarily simple design of Tick by Mondo that, in spite of everything, always attracts a little attention. Tick has a hole on the back side, so it can be hung up at the wall. Additionally, Tick provides a small stand for placing Tick on the table. In 2013, Tick by Mondo was awarded with the Good Design Award for its captivating simplicity.
  • Menu Design Menu - Vase Vase
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    Menu Design Menu - Vase Vase
    The Danish design team Norm never accepts a shape as determined or unchangeable. Why shouldn’t such a simple object get innovative designs? The Menu Vase Vase has a simple, charming shape. The specialty is only revealed on the second sight: There is another vessel inside of the vase – which is responsible for the name: Vase Vase. The function is therefore also doubled. If the vases are besides each other, the differently sized vases make up a harmonic symbiosis with their fitting proportions. The Menu Vase Vase however is even more effective if both vessels are inside of each other: The light comes between both glass walls and the water inside of it seems to float. That’s how the vase is a unusual eye-catcher without acting obtrusive. The Vase Vase makes us creative because of the double character: Decorate the outside vase with sand, stones or shells, so that the flowers in the inner vase get more emphasized. It is also possible to show different levels of water or to put coloured water in the outer vase… creativity has no limits!
  • Menu Design Menu - Wire Bin
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    Menu Design Menu - Wire Bin
    The Menu wire bin is a basket, suitable for many purposes: As storage basket for laundry, toys, small items or simply as wastebasket. The wire bin from Menu was designed by the Danish team Norm Architects. The practical basket has a clear shape, which makes it suitable for every surrounding without any problems. The design, which looks as if a cable surrounded an invisible cube, is unobtrusive but not profane at all. Menu produces the wire bin of powder coated steel. The material ensures longevity, easy care and fast cleaning.
  • Mondo - Tock Alarm Clock
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    Mondo - Tock Alarm Clock
    There is one thing that Tock by Mondo can do best: displaying the time and fulfilling its job as alarm clock in a clear and unmistakable design. No more, but no less. Designer Kazushige Miyake created the Mondo Tock alarm clock with convex points on its glass surface. The eye-catching and stylish colours emphasise the extraordinarily simple design of Tock by Mondo that, in spite of everything, always attracts a little attention. In 2013, Tock by Mondo was awarded with the Good Design Award for its captivating simplicity.
  • Menu Design Menu - Gridy Fungi shelves
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    Menu Design Menu - Gridy Fungi shelves
    Clear shapes and an expressive character of the Gridy Fungi shelves by Menu are responsible for the versatility of the boards that are deeply anchored in the Scandinavian design tradition. The Norwegian design team Gridy created the Gridy Fungi shelves for Menu. Both Norwegians are known for their love for simple shapes and the material wood, which is mirrored in a reduced, Nordic design. That’s the reason why the Gridy Fungi shelves are versatile, since the wall racks by Menu are unobtrusive. The inspiration for the Fungi shelves came from nature: The shape of the racks reminds us of mushrooms (lat. Fungi) that ornament the base of trees in many Scandinavian forests. Different sizes and colours of the Menu Gridy Fungi shelves transform them into masters of combinability and flexibility. Whether as big wall installations, as key boards in corridors, as presentation possibilities for decoration objects… fantasy has no limits. Menu produces the shelves of ash wood.
  • Menu Design Menu - Kaschkasch mirror
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    Menu Design Menu - Kaschkasch mirror
    The strong graphic appeal and the functional details transform the Kaschkasch mirror by Menu into a contemporaneous solution for modern homes. The Kaschkasch mirror was designed by the German duo Kaschkasch Cologne as the name reveals. Both cologne designers are famous for minimalistic forms with maximum performance, and that’s what happened with the mirror they made for Menu: The big, reduced mirror only needs little space and no fixing. That’s how it can also be fixed in smaller homes without any problems – and it can also change its place if needed. The Menu Kaschkasch mirror is simply leaned against the wall. The triangular form at the top makes the mirror suitable for corners, to be leaned sideways or frontal. Menu produces the Kaschkasch mirror of powder coated aluminium and mirror glass.
  • Menu Design Menu - Gridy Fungi shelves
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    Menu Design Menu - Gridy Fungi shelves
    Clear shapes and an expressive character of the Gridy Fungi shelves by Menu are responsible for the versatility of the boards that are deeply anchored in the Scandinavian design tradition. The Norwegian design team Gridy created the Gridy Fungi shelves for Menu. Both Norwegians are known for their love for simple shapes and the material wood, which is mirrored in a reduced, Nordic design. That’s the reason why the Gridy Fungi shelves are versatile, since the wall racks by Menu are unobtrusive. The inspiration for the Fungi shelves came from nature: The shape of the racks reminds us of mushrooms (lat. Fungi) that ornament the base of trees in many Scandinavian forests. Different sizes and colours of the Menu Gridy Fungi shelves transform them into masters of combinability and flexibility. Whether as big wall installations, as key boards in corridors, as presentation possibilities for decoration objects… fantasy has no limits. Menu produces the shelves of ash wood.
  • Menu Design Menu - Gridy Fungi shelves
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    Menu Design Menu - Gridy Fungi shelves
    Clear shapes and an expressive character of the Gridy Fungi shelves by Menu are responsible for the versatility of the boards that are deeply anchored in the Scandinavian design tradition. The Norwegian design team Gridy created the Gridy Fungi shelves for Menu. Both Norwegians are known for their love for simple shapes and the material wood, which is mirrored in a reduced, Nordic design. That’s the reason why the Gridy Fungi shelves are versatile, since the wall racks by Menu are unobtrusive. The inspiration for the Fungi shelves came from nature: The shape of the racks reminds us of mushrooms (lat. Fungi) that ornament the base of trees in many Scandinavian forests. Different sizes and colours of the Menu Gridy Fungi shelves transform them into masters of combinability and flexibility. Whether as big wall installations, as key boards in corridors, as presentation possibilities for decoration objects… fantasy has no limits. Menu produces the shelves of ash wood.
  • Menu Design Menu - Gridy Fungi shelves
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    Menu Design Menu - Gridy Fungi shelves
    Clear shapes and an expressive character of the Gridy Fungi shelves by Menu are responsible for the versatility of the boards that are deeply anchored in the Scandinavian design tradition. The Norwegian design team Gridy created the Gridy Fungi shelves for Menu. Both Norwegians are known for their love for simple shapes and the material wood, which is mirrored in a reduced, Nordic design. That’s the reason why the Gridy Fungi shelves are versatile, since the wall racks by Menu are unobtrusive. The inspiration for the Fungi shelves came from nature: The shape of the racks reminds us of mushrooms (lat. Fungi) that ornament the base of trees in many Scandinavian forests. Different sizes and colours of the Menu Gridy Fungi shelves transform them into masters of combinability and flexibility. Whether as big wall installations, as key boards in corridors, as presentation possibilities for decoration objects… fantasy has no limits. Menu produces the shelves of ash wood.
  • Menu Design Menu - Willmann Vase
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    Menu Design Menu - Willmann Vase
    Full of character, energy and courage – the Willmann vase by Menu inspires for fresh thoughts with its unusual appeal. The Willmann vase by Menu is a lot, but not boring. It avoids annoying details and bribes with new approaches of design: The combination of weightless and heavy materials shows the characteristic independence of the Menu Willmann vase. This is a special highlight, since the heavy concrete is on the top of the socket of glass, looking as if it floated. The contrast of rough concrete and clear glass also shows that the Willmann vase was made of a special combination of materials with is typical for the designs of the German Hanne Willmann. Without any flowers this vase by Menu also means a powerful design statement.
  • Menu Design Menu - GamFratesi vase
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    Menu Design Menu - GamFratesi vase
    The Italian-Danish duo GamFratesi loves the connection of different cultures in design. The Menu GamFratesi bowl is a good example for that philosophy. Menu also calls the GamFrates vases and bowls "tactile vases”. This refers to the specialty of the item made by Stine Gam and Enrico Fratesi: The surface, which is treated in two different ways. That’s how the GamFratesi vase isn’t only a visual, but also a tactile experience. Menu produces the GamFratesi vase out of stainless steel. The base is polished, while the top is irradiated with small glass particles. That’s why the surface is glossy and soft, while the base is matt and rough. The combination with different sizes of the GamFratesi Schale ensure an impressing image. An experience for the eyes and the hands!
  • Menu Design Menu - GamFratesi vase
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    Menu Design Menu - GamFratesi vase
    The Italian-Danish duo GamFratesi loves the connection of different cultures in design. The Menu GamFratesi bowl is a good example for that philosophy. Menu also calls the GamFrates vases and bowls "tactile vases”. This refers to the specialty of the item made by Stine Gam and Enrico Fratesi: The surface, which is treated in two different ways. That’s how the GamFratesi vase isn’t only a visual, but also a tactile experience. Menu produces the GamFratesi vase out of stainless steel. The base is polished, while the top is irradiated with small glass particles. That’s why the surface is glossy and soft, while the base is matt and rough. The combination with different sizes of the GamFratesi Schale ensure an impressing image. An experience for the eyes and the hands!
  • Menu Design Menu - Wire Bin
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    Menu Design Menu - Wire Bin
    The Menu wire bin is a basket, suitable for many purposes: As storage basket for laundry, toys, small items or simply as wastebasket. The wire bin from Menu was designed by the Danish team Norm Architects. The practical basket has a clear shape, which makes it suitable for every surrounding without any problems. The design, which looks as if a cable surrounded an invisible cube, is unobtrusive but not profane at all. Menu produces the wire bin of powder coated steel. The material ensures longevity, easy care and fast cleaning.
  • Menu Design Menu - Wire Bin
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    Menu Design Menu - Wire Bin
    The Menu wire bin is a basket, suitable for many purposes: As storage basket for laundry, toys, small items or simply as wastebasket. The wire bin from Menu was designed by the Danish team Norm Architects. The practical basket has a clear shape, which makes it suitable for every surrounding without any problems. The design, which looks as if a cable surrounded an invisible cube, is unobtrusive but not profane at all. Menu produces the wire bin of powder coated steel. The material ensures longevity, easy care and fast cleaning.
  • Menu Design Menu - Gridy Fungi shelves
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    Menu Design Menu - Gridy Fungi shelves
    Clear shapes and an expressive character of the Gridy Fungi shelves by Menu are responsible for the versatility of the boards that are deeply anchored in the Scandinavian design tradition. The Norwegian design team Gridy created the Gridy Fungi shelves for Menu. Both Norwegians are known for their love for simple shapes and the material wood, which is mirrored in a reduced, Nordic design. That’s the reason why the Gridy Fungi shelves are versatile, since the wall racks by Menu are unobtrusive. The inspiration for the Fungi shelves came from nature: The shape of the racks reminds us of mushrooms (lat. Fungi) that ornament the base of trees in many Scandinavian forests. Different sizes and colours of the Menu Gridy Fungi shelves transform them into masters of combinability and flexibility. Whether as big wall installations, as key boards in corridors, as presentation possibilities for decoration objects… fantasy has no limits. Menu produces the shelves of ash wood.
  • Mondo - Loupe
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    Mondo - Loupe
    With Loupe, Mondo re-activates an almost forgotten object. The magnifier was created in a clear and timelessly design by designer Kazushige Miyake. Loupe features a double magnification function. In addition to its beautiful simplicity, the magnifier offers a perfect ergonomics because its handle is set in a 45° angle from the magnifying glass. This way, Loup by Mondo is the perfectly suitable for right- handed persons as well as for left-handed persons and enriches the reading. All in all, it is a practical reading aid - and not just very useful for the small print. For their redefinition of a classic commodity, Loupe by Mondo was awarded with the Red Dot Award and also the Good Design Award 2013.
  • Mondo - Travel Clock
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    Mondo - Travel Clock
    Small, compact and practical: the Travel Clock by Mondo is friendly created, easy to handle and fits perfectly in your pocket because of its optimal pocket size. For the creation of the Mondo Travel Clock, designer Kazushige Miyake relied on traditional virtues. The Travel Clock has an reduced and simple feature, so there won't be anything to distract from its essential functions: to wake up with its alarm time and to display the time. The clearly arranged digital display is complemented by a LED-backlight, so there will be always a light - even in the darkest hours. Certainly, the Mondo Travel Clock comes with the snooze function and date display. For its friendly created design, the Mondo Travel Clock was awarded with the Red Dot Award, and also the Good Design Award 2013. More details: display time. alarm time. snooze function. backlight.
  • Mondo - Date Perpetual Calendar Clock
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    Mondo - Date Perpetual Calendar Clock
    Behind its simple and friendly design, the Mondo Date Perpetual Calendar Clock hides a display that gives notice of the date for a whole month. By the combination of its details, the design object which was created by Kazushige Miyake almost seems to be retro. Next to its digital calendar display with an indicator which da it is, the Mondo Date also offers a time and year indicator. The hole at the backside gives the chance to not only place the Mondo Date solely on the table but to hang it up at the wall as well. The Mondo date was created by designer Kazushige Miyake and was awarded with the Good Design Award and the Red Dot Award for its outstanding design in 2013.
  • Mondo - Tick Wall Clock
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    Mondo - Tick Wall Clock
    There is one thing that Tick Wall and Table Clock by Mondo can do best: displaying the time in a clear and unmistakable design. No more, but no less. Designer Kazushige Miyake created the Mondo Tick wall and table Clock with convex points on its glass surface. The eye-catching and stylish colours emphasise the extraordinarily simple design of Tick by Mondo that, in spite of everything, always attracts a little attention. Tick has a hole on the back side, so it can be hung up at the wall. Additionally, Tick provides a small stand for placing Tick on the table. In 2013, Tick by Mondo was awarded with the Good Design Award for its captivating simplicity.
  • Mondo - Thermo Thermometer and Hygrometer Clock
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    Mondo - Thermo Thermometer and Hygrometer Clock
    Thermometer, hygrometer, clock and date display - and all of that combine in the friendly design of Kazushige Miyake. This is Thermo by Mondo. The Mondo Thermo is able to show the current or the past highest temperature, the lowest temperature as well as the air humidity. Additionally, Mondo Thermo has a time and date display, too. On the back side Thermo has a hole for easy hanging up. Alternatively, Thermo can be placed on the table, window ledge or sideboard. In 2013, Thermo by Mondo was awarded with the Good Design Award and also the Red Dot Award because of its friendly design.
  • Mondo - Time Timer Clock
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    Mondo - Time Timer Clock
    All in one: time-piece, alarm clock and timer - even with a friendly created design. This is the Time Timer Clock created by Kazushige Miyake for manufacturer Mondo. In the bedroom, the Mondo Time functions as a simple alarm clock which can be easily adjusted with few hand movement. But there is more to discover: on the back side is a magnet which makes possible to plac the small gadget at the freezer, the heating or at any other metallic item. The stopwatch function of the Mondo Time is a practical extra, for example for boiling eggs. Or one can take it wherever one goes and faces day to day challenges: establishing or breaking one's own record of the needed timer for taking a shower, getting dressed or put one's face on. For this creative idea, the Mondo Time Timer Clock 2012 was awarded with the Good Design Award.
  • Muuto - Mingle Cushion
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    Muuto - Mingle Cushion
    Different fabrics and colours – those make Mingle by Muuto special. The designer Thomas Bentuen created the cushions that are wonderfully combinable. The name says it all: "Mingle” means "mix” and that’s what the designer concentrated on. ”It was my idea to create cushions made of the simple mixture of textiles and colours” , Thomas Bentzes explained. The process was purposeful and complex at a time. The development became an exciting trip through colours and textures, and we found colours and textures in the end, which completed each other optimally.” The Mingle cushions by Muuto are naturally also combinable with other cushions of the Mingle collection. The Kvadrat fabrics Coda and Steelcut were used as coatings, while the filling is of feathers and polyester.
  • Iittala - Kastehelmi Votive
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    Iittala - Kastehelmi Votive
    The originally 1964 presented Kastehelmi Votives by Iittala are meanwhile legendary. While they were a revolutionary new product in glass manufactures during that time, they became real classics by now. The Kastehelmi Votives by Iittala unify two elements in one: water and fire. The word "Kastehelmi” means dewdrop in Finnish. The hot flame and the cool dewdrop make up wonderful reflections that come out of this ambience light. This is how the Kastehelmi Votives soon became one of the most successful series of Iittala until the production was stopped in 1988. Oiva Toikka tried to find a method of hiding seams in a pressed glass in the 60s. By this means is how he had the idea of placing small glass-drops in the seams. His experiment developed to a completely new design that has been reedited now by Iittala. The Kastehelmi Votives by Oiva Toikka are available in seven evocatively colours.
  • Muuto - Mingle Cushion
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    Muuto - Mingle Cushion
    Different fabrics and colours – those make Mingle by Muuto special. The designer Thomas Bentuen created the cushions that are wonderfully combinable. The name says it all: "Mingle” means "mix” and that’s what the designer concentrated on. ”It was my idea to create cushions made of the simple mixture of textiles and colours” , Thomas Bentzes explained. The process was purposeful and complex at a time. The development became an exciting trip through colours and textures, and we found colours and textures in the end, which completed each other optimally.” The Mingle cushions by Muuto are naturally also combinable with other cushions of the Mingle collection. The Kvadrat fabrics Coda and Steelcut were used as coatings, while the filling is of feathers and polyester.
  • Muuto - Mingle Cushion
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    Muuto - Mingle Cushion
    Different fabrics and colours – those make Mingle by Muuto special. The designer Thomas Bentuen created the cushions that are wonderfully combinable. The name says it all: "Mingle” means "mix” and that’s what the designer concentrated on. ”It was my idea to create cushions made of the simple mixture of textiles and colours” , Thomas Bentzes explained. The process was purposeful and complex at a time. The development became an exciting trip through colours and textures, and we found colours and textures in the end, which completed each other optimally.” The Mingle cushions by Muuto are naturally also combinable with other cushions of the Mingle collection. The Kvadrat fabrics Coda and Steelcut were used as coatings, while the filling is of feathers and polyester.
  • Muuto - Mingle Cushion
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    Muuto - Mingle Cushion
    Different fabrics and colours – those make Mingle by Muuto special. The designer Thomas Bentuen created the cushions that are wonderfully combinable. The name says it all: "Mingle” means "mix” and that’s what the designer concentrated on. ”It was my idea to create cushions made of the simple mixture of textiles and colours” , Thomas Bentzes explained. The process was purposeful and complex at a time. The development became an exciting trip through colours and textures, and we found colours and textures in the end, which completed each other optimally.” The Mingle cushions by Muuto are naturally also combinable with other cushions of the Mingle collection. The Kvadrat fabrics Coda and Steelcut were used as coatings, while the filling is of feathers and polyester.
  • Iittala - Aalto Vase Savoy - height: 120 mm
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    Iittala - Aalto Vase Savoy - height: 120 mm
    Aalto vase – totally natural. Whereas many European designers exalted the revolution of the machines, Scandinavian artists turned to nature. Alvar Aalto was one of the trend-setters with his Savoy vase including the typical natural Aalto forms – waves – that also appeared in the shape of the walls of the Finnish pavilion at the World Exhibition in New York in 1939, in the architecture of the Schauspielhaus in Duesseldorf etc. At iittala’s request, Alvar Aalto created the Aalto vase in different shapes, sizes and colours for the World Exhibition in Paris in 1937. Alvar Aalto was the son of a cartographer – maybe the shapes of the vase are based on Finnish landscapes and lakes. The timeless Aalto vase ranks among the most famous glass objects all over the world; it is a synonym for Finnish glass art and the manufacturer Iittala. The Savoy vase is currently being exhibited in the most important design museums.
  • Muuto - Mingle Cushion
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    Muuto - Mingle Cushion
    Different fabrics and colours – those make Mingle by Muuto special. The designer Thomas Bentuen created the cushions that are wonderfully combinable. The name says it all: "Mingle” means "mix” and that’s what the designer concentrated on. ”It was my idea to create cushions made of the simple mixture of textiles and colours” , Thomas Bentzes explained. The process was purposeful and complex at a time. The development became an exciting trip through colours and textures, and we found colours and textures in the end, which completed each other optimally.” The Mingle cushions by Muuto are naturally also combinable with other cushions of the Mingle collection. The Kvadrat fabrics Coda and Steelcut were used as coatings, while the filling is of feathers and polyester.
  • Skagerak - Georg Mirror
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    Skagerak - Georg Mirror
    Noble minimalism characterizes the Georg mirror by Skagerak. The designer Christina Liljenberg Halstrøm created a mirror that embodies Scandinavian design: the Georg mirror. It is no wonder that Halstrøm connects the values of Nordic designs in her creations as a daughter of a Danish and a Swedish. To reduce things to the essence and natural materials make up the design of the Skagerak Georg series. The Skagerak Georg mirror catches attention with the unusual but still highly functional portion of the legs. The mixture of untreated oak wood and reflecting glass of the Skagerak Georg mirror makes up a strong, natural-weightless appearance. The series by Skagerak is able to conquer every room because of the design clearness of the Georg mirror. Skagerak produces the series out of FSC-certified oak wood, which comes from certified sustainable foresting.
  • Iittala Aalto Vase 160 mm
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    Iittala Aalto Vase 160 mm
    The Finnish original. Aalto Vase – truly natural. While many European designers glorified the revolution of machines, their Scandinavian colleagues paid more attention to nature. Alvar Aalto with his organic forms like with the here offered Savoy Vase, one of the trend setters. His vase is world famous. The same natural forms reappear every time in his works: in the wave-formed walls of the Finnish pavilion on the New York exposition 1939, in the architecture of the Düsseldorf theatre, in chairs, Spanish walls and tea-trolleys. Aalto was convinced that design should be human even in the smallest details. After iittala's wish, Alvar Aalto created the Aalto-Vase in different forms, sizes and colours for the world-exposition in Paris in 1937. Alvar Aalto was the son of a cartographer – maybe the forms of the vases are copied from Finnish landscapes and seas. The Aalto Vase, also known as the Savoy Vase, is a world famous piece of glassware or a synonym of glass art and the manufacturer iittala. The Savoy Vase from Alvar Aalto is exposed in the most important design museums of the world. For animal welfare reasons we want to emphasize that the Aalto Vase is not am adapted container for fishes of any kind. The goldfishes on the picture of this product site were merely deprived of their appropriate housing during the photo production. More details: Care instructions: only wash by hand!
  • Muuto - Wall Hook "The Dots"
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    Muuto - Wall Hook "The Dots"
    The young Norway design office Tveit&Tornoe exists since 2006. In 2007 the creativity was rewarded with the title „Talent Of The Year". Best example for the organic vein of the young designer are the wall hooks, which are called „The Dots". The family of different sizes wall hooks are a enrichment for every wall. Its round shapes cater for large comfort for all your clothes. There are no boundaries for your creativity when you want to arrangement of the "Dots" on your wall. The dots love to be in a group on the wall, if large or small. From time to time you want to free the hooks from the load of the clothes, to enjoy their shape and material.
  • Rosenthal - Origami-Box
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    Rosenthal - Origami-Box
    The Origami box by Rosenthal is the exciting reinterpretation of a classic gift box. The porcelain and oak wood made boxes remind us of Japanese paper artworks with their individual design. Katja Falkenburger designed the Origami boxes for Rosenthal. The design of the surface evokes the typical material characteristics of paper and fabric bands. The material contrast of porcelain and wood emphasizes both materials even more. The Rosenthal Origami boxes are unusual storage objects for cookies, jewellery, sweets and other small things.
  • Muuto - Mingle Cushion
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    Muuto - Mingle Cushion
    Different fabrics and colours – those make Mingle by Muuto special. The designer Thomas Bentuen created the cushions that are wonderfully combinable. The name says it all: "Mingle” means "mix” and that’s what the designer concentrated on. ”It was my idea to create cushions made of the simple mixture of textiles and colours” , Thomas Bentzes explained. The process was purposeful and complex at a time. The development became an exciting trip through colours and textures, and we found colours and textures in the end, which completed each other optimally.” The Mingle cushions by Muuto are naturally also combinable with other cushions of the Mingle collection. The Kvadrat fabrics Coda and Steelcut were used as coatings, while the filling is of feathers and polyester.
  • Muuto - Mingle Cushion
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    Muuto - Mingle Cushion
    Different fabrics and colours – those make Mingle by Muuto special. The designer Thomas Bentuen created the cushions that are wonderfully combinable. The name says it all: "Mingle” means "mix” and that’s what the designer concentrated on. ”It was my idea to create cushions made of the simple mixture of textiles and colours” , Thomas Bentzes explained. The process was purposeful and complex at a time. The development became an exciting trip through colours and textures, and we found colours and textures in the end, which completed each other optimally.” The Mingle cushions by Muuto are naturally also combinable with other cushions of the Mingle collection. The Kvadrat fabrics Coda and Steelcut were used as coatings, while the filling is of feathers and polyester.
  • Lexon - Tykho Radio
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    Lexon - Tykho Radio
    The Tykho Radio by Lexon is an absolute eye-catcher. The colours as well as the design are equally attractive and special. The Tykho Radio has a rubber surface with all the buttons and loudspeakers inserted seamless. This makes the radio protected from splashing water and the electric pieces are also saved from all external influences. The Tykho Radio has a plus and a minus button to regulate the volume, while the senders are selected by turning the rubber antenna. The Marc Berthier designed radio was even represented on the cover of the renowned Time magazine in 2000 – the main theme was the "rebirth of design”. Furthermore the Tykho Radio is part of the collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York.
  • Rosenthal - Origami-Box
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    Rosenthal - Origami-Box
    The Origami box by Rosenthal is the exciting reinterpretation of a classic gift box. The porcelain and oak wood made boxes remind us of Japanese paper artworks with their individual design. Katja Falkenburger designed the Origami boxes for Rosenthal. The design of the surface evokes the typical material characteristics of paper and fabric bands. The material contrast of porcelain and wood emphasizes both materials even more. The Rosenthal Origami boxes are unusual storage objects for cookies, jewellery, sweets and other small things.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Pocket Organizer
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    Normann Copenhagen - Pocket Organizer
    Pocket is a versatile and decorative wall storage tray, which has been made by the designer Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen. The simple, sound silhouette offers a friendly and inviting appearance to it. Pocket Organizer from Normann Copenhagen feels comfortable wherever you need a little more furniture for storage purposes. Like a shirt pocket with all kinds of items in it. This image inspired Simon Legald for his design. The protrusion to the front, the flat opening at the top and the rounded base obviously refer to a bag. Pocket is fixed with a movable hanger for the wall and it can therefore easily be cleaned. The clever organizer for magazines, pens, make-up, kitchen tools, plants and much more! Many different sizes and colours make the Pocket Organizer individual and ready for all kinds of furnishing styles: In simple colours and geometrical for a tranquil appearance, in contrastive colours and wildly queued for exciting artworks at your wall. The combination possibilities are endless! The designer Simon Legald explained: ”I wanted a practical and flexible storage solution for the wall, for all the small objects of life that would otherwise remain placeless. The best of a room is reached with wall solutions. The different sizes make pocket individually adjustable and suitable for different home sizes.”
  • Normann Copenhagen - Pocket Organizer
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    Normann Copenhagen - Pocket Organizer
    Pocket is a versatile and decorative wall storage tray, which has been made by the designer Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen. The simple, sound silhouette offers a friendly and inviting appearance to it. Pocket Organizer from Normann Copenhagen feels comfortable wherever you need a little more furniture for storage purposes. Like a shirt pocket with all kinds of items in it. This image inspired Simon Legald for his design. The protrusion to the front, the flat opening at the top and the rounded base obviously refer to a bag. Pocket is fixed with a movable hanger for the wall and it can therefore easily be cleaned. The clever organizer for magazines, pens, make-up, kitchen tools, plants and much more! Many different sizes and colours make the Pocket Organizer individual and ready for all kinds of furnishing styles: In simple colours and geometrical for a tranquil appearance, in contrastive colours and wildly queued for exciting artworks at your wall. The combination possibilities are endless! The designer Simon Legald explained: ”I wanted a practical and flexible storage solution for the wall, for all the small objects of life that would otherwise remain placeless. The best of a room is reached with wall solutions. The different sizes make pocket individually adjustable and suitable for different home sizes.”
  • Iittala - Vitriini Boxes 220 x 60 mm
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    Iittala - Vitriini Boxes 220 x 60 mm
    Each one of us might have some things at home, on the tables and shelves, which always remain "placeless”. The Vitriini Boxes by Iittala offer wonderful solutions for such objects – and presents them even prettily in them. The Vitriini Boxes were designed by the glass smith Anu Penttinen, which already made her name as glass artist with the Pentinnen Birds she also made for Iittala. As she is also a master of using colours, she made this colourful collection of small storage boxes which consist of glass – typical for Iittala – but also of other materials such as wood and aluminium. The Vitriini Boxes in 220x60 mm are suitable to store keys, office clips, buttons, jewellery or other small accessories. The small boxes are also pretty collectors’ pieces and wonderful gift ideas. The different boxes in numerous colours are great to be combined – the possibilities are nearly unlimited. With all the modernity, Iittala still remains faithful to the glass traditions with the Vitriini collection: All glass pieces are mouth blown, which instantly charms a smile on experts.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Pocket Organizer
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    Normann Copenhagen - Pocket Organizer
    Pocket is a versatile and decorative wall storage tray, which has been made by the designer Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen. The simple, sound silhouette offers a friendly and inviting appearance to it. Pocket Organizer from Normann Copenhagen feels comfortable wherever you need a little more furniture for storage purposes. Like a shirt pocket with all kinds of items in it. This image inspired Simon Legald for his design. The protrusion to the front, the flat opening at the top and the rounded base obviously refer to a bag. Pocket is fixed with a movable hanger for the wall and it can therefore easily be cleaned. The clever organizer for magazines, pens, make-up, kitchen tools, plants and much more! Many different sizes and colours make the Pocket Organizer individual and ready for all kinds of furnishing styles: In simple colours and geometrical for a tranquil appearance, in contrastive colours and wildly queued for exciting artworks at your wall. The combination possibilities are endless! The designer Simon Legald explained: ”I wanted a practical and flexible storage solution for the wall, for all the small objects of life that would otherwise remain placeless. The best of a room is reached with wall solutions. The different sizes make pocket individually adjustable and suitable for different home sizes.”
  • Normann Copenhagen - Pocket Organizer
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    Normann Copenhagen - Pocket Organizer
    Pocket is a versatile and decorative wall storage tray, which has been made by the designer Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen. The simple, sound silhouette offers a friendly and inviting appearance to it. Pocket Organizer from Normann Copenhagen feels comfortable wherever you need a little more furniture for storage purposes. Like a shirt pocket with all kinds of items in it. This image inspired Simon Legald for his design. The protrusion to the front, the flat opening at the top and the rounded base obviously refer to a bag. Pocket is fixed with a movable hanger for the wall and it can therefore easily be cleaned. The clever organizer for magazines, pens, make-up, kitchen tools, plants and much more! Many different sizes and colours make the Pocket Organizer individual and ready for all kinds of furnishing styles: In simple colours and geometrical for a tranquil appearance, in contrastive colours and wildly queued for exciting artworks at your wall. The combination possibilities are endless! The designer Simon Legald explained: ”I wanted a practical and flexible storage solution for the wall, for all the small objects of life that would otherwise remain placeless. The best of a room is reached with wall solutions. The different sizes make pocket individually adjustable and suitable for different home sizes.”
  • Iittala - Vitriini Boxes 220 x 60 mm
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    Iittala - Vitriini Boxes 220 x 60 mm
    Each one of us might have some things at home, on the tables and shelves, which always remain "placeless”. The Vitriini Boxes by Iittala offer wonderful solutions for such objects – and presents them even prettily in them. The Vitriini Boxes were designed by the glass smith Anu Penttinen, which already made her name as glass artist with the Pentinnen Birds she also made for Iittala. As she is also a master of using colours, she made this colourful collection of small storage boxes which consist of glass – typical for Iittala – but also of other materials such as wood and aluminium. The Vitriini Boxes in 220x60 mm are suitable to store keys, office clips, buttons, jewellery or other small accessories. The small boxes are also pretty collectors’ pieces and wonderful gift ideas. The different boxes in numerous colours are great to be combined – the possibilities are nearly unlimited. With all the modernity, Iittala still remains faithful to the glass traditions with the Vitriini collection: All glass pieces are mouth blown, which instantly charms a smile on experts.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Pocket Organizer
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    Normann Copenhagen - Pocket Organizer
    Pocket is a versatile and decorative wall storage tray, which has been made by the designer Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen. The simple, sound silhouette offers a friendly and inviting appearance to it. Pocket Organizer from Normann Copenhagen feels comfortable wherever you need a little more furniture for storage purposes. Like a shirt pocket with all kinds of items in it. This image inspired Simon Legald for his design. The protrusion to the front, the flat opening at the top and the rounded base obviously refer to a bag. Pocket is fixed with a movable hanger for the wall and it can therefore easily be cleaned. The clever organizer for magazines, pens, make-up, kitchen tools, plants and much more! Many different sizes and colours make the Pocket Organizer individual and ready for all kinds of furnishing styles: In simple colours and geometrical for a tranquil appearance, in contrastive colours and wildly queued for exciting artworks at your wall. The combination possibilities are endless! The designer Simon Legald explained: ”I wanted a practical and flexible storage solution for the wall, for all the small objects of life that would otherwise remain placeless. The best of a room is reached with wall solutions. The different sizes make pocket individually adjustable and suitable for different home sizes.”
  • Normann Copenhagen - Pocket Organizer
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    Normann Copenhagen - Pocket Organizer
    Pocket is a versatile and decorative wall storage tray, which has been made by the designer Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen. The simple, sound silhouette offers a friendly and inviting appearance to it. Pocket Organizer from Normann Copenhagen feels comfortable wherever you need a little more furniture for storage purposes. Like a shirt pocket with all kinds of items in it. This image inspired Simon Legald for his design. The protrusion to the front, the flat opening at the top and the rounded base obviously refer to a bag. Pocket is fixed with a movable hanger for the wall and it can therefore easily be cleaned. The clever organizer for magazines, pens, make-up, kitchen tools, plants and much more! Many different sizes and colours make the Pocket Organizer individual and ready for all kinds of furnishing styles: In simple colours and geometrical for a tranquil appearance, in contrastive colours and wildly queued for exciting artworks at your wall. The combination possibilities are endless! The designer Simon Legald explained: ”I wanted a practical and flexible storage solution for the wall, for all the small objects of life that would otherwise remain placeless. The best of a room is reached with wall solutions. The different sizes make pocket individually adjustable and suitable for different home sizes.”
  • Normann Copenhagen - Pocket Organizer
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    Normann Copenhagen - Pocket Organizer
    Pocket is a versatile and decorative wall storage tray, which has been made by the designer Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen. The simple, sound silhouette offers a friendly and inviting appearance to it. Pocket Organizer from Normann Copenhagen feels comfortable wherever you need a little more furniture for storage purposes. Like a shirt pocket with all kinds of items in it. This image inspired Simon Legald for his design. The protrusion to the front, the flat opening at the top and the rounded base obviously refer to a bag. Pocket is fixed with a movable hanger for the wall and it can therefore easily be cleaned. The clever organizer for magazines, pens, make-up, kitchen tools, plants and much more! Many different sizes and colours make the Pocket Organizer individual and ready for all kinds of furnishing styles: In simple colours and geometrical for a tranquil appearance, in contrastive colours and wildly queued for exciting artworks at your wall. The combination possibilities are endless! The designer Simon Legald explained: ”I wanted a practical and flexible storage solution for the wall, for all the small objects of life that would otherwise remain placeless. The best of a room is reached with wall solutions. The different sizes make pocket individually adjustable and suitable for different home sizes.”
  • Normann Copenhagen - Pocket Organizer
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    Normann Copenhagen - Pocket Organizer
    Pocket is a versatile and decorative wall storage tray, which has been made by the designer Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen. The simple, sound silhouette offers a friendly and inviting appearance to it. Pocket Organizer from Normann Copenhagen feels comfortable wherever you need a little more furniture for storage purposes. Like a shirt pocket with all kinds of items in it. This image inspired Simon Legald for his design. The protrusion to the front, the flat opening at the top and the rounded base obviously refer to a bag. Pocket is fixed with a movable hanger for the wall and it can therefore easily be cleaned. The clever organizer for magazines, pens, make-up, kitchen tools, plants and much more! Many different sizes and colours make the Pocket Organizer individual and ready for all kinds of furnishing styles: In simple colours and geometrical for a tranquil appearance, in contrastive colours and wildly queued for exciting artworks at your wall. The combination possibilities are endless! The designer Simon Legald explained: ”I wanted a practical and flexible storage solution for the wall, for all the small objects of life that would otherwise remain placeless. The best of a room is reached with wall solutions. The different sizes make pocket individually adjustable and suitable for different home sizes.”
  • Lexon - Tykho Radio
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    Lexon - Tykho Radio
    The Tykho Radio by Lexon is an absolute eye-catcher. The colours as well as the design are equally attractive and special. The Tykho Radio has a rubber surface with all the buttons and loudspeakers inserted seamless. This makes the radio protected from splashing water and the electric pieces are also saved from all external influences. The Tykho Radio has a plus and a minus button to regulate the volume, while the senders are selected by turning the rubber antenna. The Marc Berthier designed radio was even represented on the cover of the renowned Time magazine in 2000 – the main theme was the "rebirth of design”. Furthermore the Tykho Radio is part of the collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York.
  • Thomas Merlo & Partner AG TMP - Paper Collector
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    Thomas Merlo & Partner AG TMP - Paper Collector
    On a rainy Sunday in 1989, when Willi Glaeser reflected on practical and stylish solutions to storing waste paper, he did not expect to design a great classic. The simplicity of his idea did not only immediately convince the orderly Swiss, but also provoked great interest on an international level. Since 1991, the TMP Paper Collector has been exported and has made it as far as the American and the Japanese markets. The original is THE pioneering product in its class and has established records in national as well as international outlets in terms of turnover per square metre and longevity. The paper collector is available in two different sizes: for large papers and journals you should choose the model Full Size (base 42 x 32 cm, height 37 cm), the little brother is called Compact (base 37 x 27 cm, height 37 cm) and can be used to hold journals and magazines. The Comapct-Version of the paper collector is also available in black.
  • Danese Milano - Putrella
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    Danese Milano - Putrella
    Putrella is one of the most famous pieces by the Italian design legend Enzo Mari. Mari created the "cross member” (that’s what it means in English) already in 1958 for Danese Milano. The Danese Putrella bowl is made of one single piece of iron with a matt coating. A so called "I-carrier”, as we can find them in factories, inspired Enzo Mari for his multifunctional bowl for Danese Milano. The shape and the material of the Danese Milano Putrella are symbolic for the expressive strength. It is an object in a new context, which sets creative contra points in noble landscapes. Mari values archetype forms in his designs – Putrella is a master example for that design philosophy. The Danese Putrella is versatile usable because of its minimalistic, industrial design: As independent arts object, as bowl for tasty things or as presentation possibility for decoration objects. Danese Milano produces 100 Putrella pieces every year in order to keep them exclusive.
  • Fatboy - Big Dog
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    Fatboy - Big Dog
    It takes your breath away: The enormous dog by Fatboy is an inflatable creature, which is considered a real arts masterpiece. The soft giant of Fatboy is called Big Dog and this inflatable dog also belongs to the Sjef Balloon Collection by Fatboy, as well as his smaller siblings Dolly and Hot Dog. The arts enthusiasts among us will know now what "Sjef Balloon” reminds them of: Jeff Koons and his oversized "Balloon Dogs”. Contrasting these ones, Big Dog fits in homes and it doesn’t cost several millions. The Big Dog by Fatboy was inspired by small balloon dogs and in therefore means a humorous piece of arts in our everyday life. He is the best friend of people and will make you laugh. Moreover it is easy to care: you mustn’t take him for a walk if you don’t like to and the charming dog eats nothing but air. The inflatable dog fast becomes the best friend and loved design object: The size of Big Dog makes it especially suitable for public areas. But also as decoration in the children’s room, as humorous design object in homes or as eye-catcher in entrance halls, since the air-filled dog is already noticeably different. The only difficult selection is the colour: matt anthracite, matt white or the mix of both: matt silver. The delivery package includes a repair kit, if the air-dog is accidentally harmed.
  • Lexon - Tykho Radio
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    Lexon - Tykho Radio
    The Tykho Radio by Lexon is an absolute eye-catcher. The colours as well as the design are equally attractive and special. The Tykho Radio has a rubber surface with all the buttons and loudspeakers inserted seamless. This makes the radio protected from splashing water and the electric pieces are also saved from all external influences. The Tykho Radio has a plus and a minus button to regulate the volume, while the senders are selected by turning the rubber antenna. The Marc Berthier designed radio was even represented on the cover of the renowned Time magazine in 2000 – the main theme was the "rebirth of design”. Furthermore the Tykho Radio is part of the collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York.
  • Koziol - Smok Ashtray
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    Koziol - Smok Ashtray
    Simple things as ashtrays can also convince with clever design. The Smok by Koziol swallows cigarettes and keeps smoke and stench locked up. Keeping smoking places clean is the duty of the Smok ashtray: The small hole in the stainless steel surface has the right size to hide cigarettes. The design runs inward and the small opening leaves smoke and small ash pieces inside – as well as unpleasant scents. The design is unobtrusive and elegant from outside – it doesn’t look like a banal ashtray. Koziol produces the Tino Valentinitsch made Smok ashtray out of plastic and stainless steel. The plastic is pollutants-free and 100% recyclable.
  • Lexon - Tykho Radio
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    Lexon - Tykho Radio
    The Tykho Radio by Lexon is an absolute eye-catcher. The colours as well as the design are equally attractive and special. The Tykho Radio has a rubber surface with all the buttons and loudspeakers inserted seamless. This makes the radio protected from splashing water and the electric pieces are also saved from all external influences. The Tykho Radio has a plus and a minus button to regulate the volume, while the senders are selected by turning the rubber antenna. The Marc Berthier designed radio was even represented on the cover of the renowned Time magazine in 2000 – the main theme was the "rebirth of design”. Furthermore the Tykho Radio is part of the collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York.
  • Lexon - Tykho Radio
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    Lexon - Tykho Radio
    The Tykho Radio by Lexon is an absolute eye-catcher. The colours as well as the design are equally attractive and special. The Tykho Radio has a rubber surface with all the buttons and loudspeakers inserted seamless. This makes the radio protected from splashing water and the electric pieces are also saved from all external influences. The Tykho Radio has a plus and a minus button to regulate the volume, while the senders are selected by turning the rubber antenna. The Marc Berthier designed radio was even represented on the cover of the renowned Time magazine in 2000 – the main theme was the "rebirth of design”. Furthermore the Tykho Radio is part of the collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York.
  • Fatboy - Hot Dog
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    Fatboy - Hot Dog
    Hot dog: the inflatable creature by Fatboy is a real eye-catcher, loved by children and adored by arts enthusiasts. Dogs are people’s best friends. And as well as his siblings, the Fatboy Hot Dog keeps you smiling on rainy days. The best thing about it is that contrasting a real sausage dog, this one doesn’t need to be taken out for a walk and it only eats air. Hot Dog comes out of the Sjef Balloon Collection by Fatboy, The arts enthusiasts among us will know now what "Sjef Balloon” reminds them of: Jeff Koons and his oversized "Balloon Dogs”. Contrasting these ones, Big Dog fits in homes and it doesn’t cost several millions. The inflatable dog fast becomes the best friend and loved design object: The size of Big Dog makes it especially suitable for public areas. But also as decoration in the children’s room, as humorous design object in homes or as eye-catcher in entrance halls, since the air-filled dog is already noticeably different. The only difficult selection is the colour: matt anthracite, matt white or the mix of both: matt silver. The delivery package includes a repair kit, if the air-dog is accidentally harmed.
  • Fatboy - Dolly
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    Fatboy - Dolly
    As the people’s best friend, Dolly makes you smile on a rainy day. Inspired by the iconic form of the Balloon Dogs, Dolly looks friendly in every room in everyday life. Dolly is the poodle of the Sjef Balloon Collection by Fatboy. The series of inflatable dogs reminds us of a famous artist, who sold his balloon-dogs in enormous sizes for millions. And the name "Sjef Balloon” usually emphasizes the ironic artistic approach: Those that can’t place a real "Balloon Dog” by Keff Koons in his apartment, might find a faithful companion in the inflatable dogs by Fatboy. The inflatable dog fast becomes the best friend and loved design object: The size of Big Dog makes it especially suitable for public areas. But also as decoration in the children’s room, as humorous design object in homes or as eye-catcher in entrance halls, since the air-filled dog is already noticeably different. The only difficult selection is the colour: matt anthracite, matt white or the mix of both: matt silver. The delivery package includes a repair kit, if the air-dog is accidentally harmed.
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