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  • Hem emblem Hem - Storm Cushion 40 x 60
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    Hem emblem Hem - Storm Cushion 40 x 60
    The designer Sylvain Willenz designed the 3D fabric Razzle Dazzle inspired by his passion for cartoons. The textile design with that special depth produced by the company FEBRIK becomes an eye-catcher on your sofa covering cushions made by Hem. The 3D fabric was named after a camouflage technique, which inspired the designer Sylvain WIllenz for the complex patterns. Different lines were carefully organized and scaled in different sizes in order to become an abstract pattern, The dynamic pattern and the rich material offer interesting effects from different points of view.
  • Hem emblem Hem - Pelto Cushion
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    Hem emblem Hem - Pelto Cushion
    The Pelto cushion with a graphic pattern by SIlvain Willenz. As classic sofa cushion or as XL cushion for your living room, sofa or bedroom. The Pelto cushion is part of the Scribble Collection for Hem. The cushion is ornamented by graphic, hand-drawn patterns inspired by the passion for comics and drawings of the designer. The cushion offers comfort with the material mix of cotton and linen and special charm with the screen printing pattern. Set some special accents with the Pelto cushions by Hem and combine the upholstery with further cushions of the Scribble Collection, in order to create a comfortable sofa landscape.
  • Moleskine - Classic Ballpoint Pen
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    Moleskine - Classic Ballpoint Pen
    The ballpoint pen by Moleskine unifies simple elegance with an unmistakable look. The pen perfectly suits the legendary notebooks by the Italian manufacturer. With a rubber clip it is possible to fix the classic ballpoint pens at every Moleskine notebook and calendar, becoming a perfect set for travelling. The design and the matt ABS finish perfectly suit each other and the books of the Italian manufacturer, while the other advantages of the pen convince as well. Ideally completing the notebooks The ergonomic, angular shape of the click ballpoint pens perfectly fit on the surface of every Moleskine notebook. This is how you will have your writing tool with you all the time, when it comes to take note of spontaneous dates. The spring point of the classic gel roller pen “Plus” by Moleskine makes it easy to write. The gel roller point pen is refillable: The refill can be taken out of the pen from its point. This is also how the colour of the pen can be changed. The roller pen is delivered with black ink; one refill is included in the delivery package. The pen is also delivered with 16 stickers in order to individualize it.
  • Georg Jensen - Henning Koppel melamine wall clock
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    Georg Jensen - Henning Koppel melamine wall clock
    The Henning Koppel Clock by Georg Jensen is simple, timeless and always fashionable beyond fugitive trends. The wall clock by Henning Koppel is considered to be classic with a fine feeling for minimal design. The housing of melamine emphasizes the simplicity of the dial and the steadily modern simplicity of the design of Henning Koppel. The classic roman dial looks as well timeless and elegant. The Georg Jensen Henning Koppel wall clock melamine has precision quartz clockwork. There are more clocks available designed by Henning Koppel.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Box Box Desktop
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Box Box Desktop
    The Box Box Desktop combinations by Hay consist of seven differently-sized boxes (lateral 14 to 32 cm), made for the storage of different items. The practical storage possibilities out of hard-cardboard were designed by the Inhouse-Design team of Hay Design with graphically appealing patterns and practical characteristics. The boxes can be stacked as if they were Matrjoschkas when they aren’t in use, in order to be stored very space saving. Whether for accessories, documents or memories, in the office, living room or children’s room – Box Box Desktop allows nearby every usage possibility and place. Box Box Desktop by Hay is available in to possible combinations of pastel colours: A feminine and a masculine edition.
  • Objekten Systems emblem Objekten - Shadow Mirror
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    Objekten Systems emblem Objekten - Shadow Mirror
    Shadow mirror hides an innovative mirror technique. The mirror by Objekten transforms a simple two-dimensional glass disk into an expressive graphical element with 3D-effect. Shadow researches perception, depth and mirroring on a simple way. The easy and also spectacular design comes from Sylvian Willenz. The Objekten Shadow mirror completes every kind of furnishing and it is an eye-catcher, which displays what’s in front of it on a completely new way. Objekten produces the Shadow mirror out of 6 mm thick glass, without formaldehyde, copper and RoHS compliant. The mirror can be cleaned with a damp cloth. The mirror border shouldn’t encounter water or liquids.
  • Vitra - Black and White Canvas Graphic
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    Vitra - Black and White Canvas Graphic
    Powerful colours and patterns, abstract and geometric shapes or unique colour constellations: That’s Alexander Girard’s world. The architect and designer belongs to the embossing figures of American Post War design. The focus of his creation was designing textiles, where he developed his love for colours, textures and graphic patterns. His designs, like the Black and White Canvas Graphic now expand the accessories collection of Vitra. Alexander Girard develops his screen-print panels since 1971. They were made to equip offices, adding emotional components to them, making them more vital: The Environmental Enrichment Panels, which also include the Black and White Canvas Graphic. Thereby he prefers to work with abstract graphic patterns or with figurative images of known motives like love, comfort, liberty, etc. The wide wall panels with their versatile, inspiring motives are as well suitable to be used in private rooms. The re-edition of the Environmental Enrichment Panels by Vitra doesn’t only include the Black and White Canvas Graphic, but also motives of different sizes, high class screen-prints on canvas. The Vitra art prints appear on a board with distance frames, they are easily fixed and become individual decoration pieces for homes and working places.
  • Rosenthal - Paper bag vase - coloured
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    Rosenthal - Paper bag vase - coloured
    Rosenthal launched the 1977 designed paper bag vase in new exciting colours in the event of the 100 th birthday of the designer Tapio Wirkkala. The popular design has a simple paper bag as model and it upgrades it by means of high class porcelain material, becoming a designer’s piece. The vase imitates the appearance of a paper bag, as if it was a real paper made bag, with the same kinks, wrinkles and the characteristic zigzag border. The popular vase is available in different colours now. Soft pastel tones in mint, peach or powerful macaroon or dove are able to set individual accents wherever they are. Great colours, that convince during the whole year. The original vases are available in two sizes – perfectly suitable to emphasize the appearance of big and small flowers.
  • Jan Kurtz Möbelvertrieb GmbH Jan Kurtz - Brain Bookend
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    Jan Kurtz Möbelvertrieb GmbH Jan Kurtz - Brain Bookend
    Very clever: The Brain bookend from Jan Kurtz doesn’t only hold books, but it also fills our days with art. The Brain bookend from Jan Kurtz really emerged in an artistic process: The designer Betrand Jayr reinterpreted the hard material with an organic context. Brains and concrete are connected by their “grey substance” definition. And while our brain is helpful when we are thinking, books help us to find a thing to think about. Thoughts become objects Thoughts become objects with the Jan Kurtz Brain concrete bookend. And the more books there are between the brain halves, the more it will know – in a visual sense and in the real sense of the word. The best thing however, is to come: Both halves of the books stoppers are usable separately, which is the reason why the knowledge amount (books) can be organised on different ways between the brain halves.
  • Holstee - The Original Manifesto Poster (Black)
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    Holstee - The Original Manifesto Poster (Black)
    The manifest was the first to be created by the three founders of Holstee. They wrote it in order to re-define the concept “success” for themselves. The manifest enters homely walls now with The Original Manifesto Poster. The success of the manifest of Holstee came as fast as unexpected: The poster was spread in the media from the beginning – online and offline. The manifest spreads values which represent a happier, more conscience and more social life. Values that motivate us in a fast world, giving us confidence – the three founders of the company had a wonderful idea with it. The Original Manifesto Poster enters homely walls as art print now. The Original Manifesto Poster is produced in the USA out of ecological “Stonehenge paper” which is similar to the material used for screens. Stonehenge consists of 100% cotton, it is acids-free and slightly marbled. The print-pressed graphic looks deep and noble on this longevity material.
  • Artek - 100 Paravent
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    Artek - 100 Paravent
    Alvaar Aalto had nature as a model when he started to design, contrasting the style of the followers of the Bauhaus movement. His designs are organic creations that are influenced by the Scandinavian landscape. Alvar Aalto designed the 100 Paravent for the Finnish company Artek in 1938, which he founded. The total length of 2 metres and the height of 1.5 metres can be rolled in order to be stored without the need of much space. The flexible plywood processing of pine wood is the reason why the screen can be placed alone in a room, without holding walls. Thereby the screen has the organic form of waves. This is a thing that distinguishes the designer’s creations and architectural work. The flexible 100 Paravent by Artek made of clear painted pine wood is able to separate rooms elegantly, to re-design them or change their structure. If the screen isn’t used, it is easily rolled to be stored. This is how the room divider perfectly unifies the basic elements of the design of Alvar Aalto: Functionality paired with natural materials and an organic shape.
  • ferm living logo ferm living - Kelim Cushion
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    ferm living logo ferm living - Kelim Cushion
    Tradition meets modernity: With the Kelim cushion, ferm living proves that ancient patterns wonderfully fit into modern homes. A “Kelim” is a woven rug, which ornaments walls and floors of near east homes since thousands of years. Ferm living was inspired by these textiles for the design of the Kelim cushions, in a double sense: The ferm living cushions are woven, as well as their predecessors. And one more typical thing for a Kelim and for ferm living: The inspiring geometrical pattern. The material of the Kelim cushions looks original and very natural, due to the processing of 80% wool and 20% cotton as well as their filling of feathers and down. The different colours of the Kelim cushions shout out how creative they can be used and combined. This is how traditionally inspired cushions enter homes of today, becoming highly modern that way.
  • Objekten Systems emblem Objekten - Renote Notebook Cover
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    Objekten Systems emblem Objekten - Renote Notebook Cover
    The Renote notebook cover by Objekten is a notebook, re-invented for the digital generation. A new, simple and intuitive shape, to be able to work with paper and to store printed objects. The Renote documents folder is a personal notebook, far from conventions. Between the covers there is an elastic band, which holds different papers. This is how the Renote notebook cover becomes a very personal book, according to which documents fill it – notes, calendars, papers, sketches or other things. The notebook cover by Objekten has another elastic band to close the whole book. The individually fillable notebook is produced out of recycled and bound leather in Belgium, in a workshop for disabled people. This is how the Renote notebook cover isn’t only individual, but it also has a social component.
  • Vitra - Four Leaf Clover Canvas Graphic
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    Vitra - Four Leaf Clover Canvas Graphic
    Powerful colours and patterns, abstract and geometric shapes or unique colour constellations: That’s Alexander Girard’s world. The architect and designer belongs to the embossing figures of American Post War design. The focus of his creation was designing textiles, where he developed his love for colours, textures and graphic patterns. His designs, like the Four Leaf Clover Canvas Graphic now expand the accessories collection of Vitra. Alexander Girard develops his screen-print panels since 1971. They were made to equip offices, adding emotional components to them, making them more vital: The Environmental Enrichment Panels, which also include the Four Leaf Clover Canvas Graphic. Thereby he prefers to work with abstract graphic patterns or with figurative images of known motives like love, comfort, liberty, etc. The wide wall panels with their versatile, inspiring motives are as well suitable to be used in private rooms. The re-edition of the Environmental Enrichment Panels by Vitra doesn’t only include the Four Leaf Clover Canvas Graphic, but also motives of different sizes, high class screen-prints on canvas. The Vitra art prints appear on a board with distance frames, they are easily fixed and become individual decoration pieces for homes and working places.
  • Vitra - Coat Dots
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    Vitra - Coat Dots
    The designer Hella Jongerius is known for the combination of traditional and industrial handicraft. She likes to experiment with newish and traditional materials, shapes and production techniques. The Coat Dots are made of wood and painted with shiny wood lacquer. They can be fixed at walls setting some colourful accents in entrances, children’s rooms, kitchens or bathrooms. The wall hooks are useful for many things, serving as clothes or towel holders. Installed side by side or without any structure, they will look playful and attract attention. The wall hooks are available in three colour groups: Red, green and white, whose single nuances are harmonized. A set includes three spheres and fixing material. They are suitable for self-assembly.
  • Moleskine - Classic Gel Ink Roller Plus with Cap
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    Moleskine - Classic Gel Ink Roller Plus with Cap
    The classic gel roller by Moleskine is the perfect travelling company. A simple clip makes it possible to fix the pens at notebooks and calendars by Moleskine, completing their function and personality. The Moleskine classic gel ink roller Plus with cap perfectly completes the legendary notebooks. The design and the matt ABS finish perfectly suit each other and the books of the Italian manufacturer, while the other advantages of the pen convince as well. Ideally completing the notebooks There is a rubber clip at the cap of the classic gel ink roller pen Plus, with which the pen can be fixed at every notebook. The ergonomic, angular shape holds the pens at the surface of the books. This is how you will have your writing tool with you all the time, when it comes to take note of spontaneous dates. The spring point of the classic gel roller pen “Plus” by Moleskine makes it easy to write. The gel roller point pen is refillable: The refill can be taken out of the pen from its point. This is also how the colour of the pen can be changed. The roller pen is delivered with black gel ink; one refill is included in the delivery package. The pen is also delivered with 16 stickers in order to individualize it.
  • Hem emblem Hem - Lift 3 Shelf
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    Hem emblem Hem - Lift 3 Shelf
    The Lift shelf by Staffan Holm is an urban shelving system, wholse construction was inspired by industrial scissors lifts. Originally produced for the One Nordic Collection, the shelf is produced by Hem today. The material mix of metal frame and wooden base makes the Lift shelf interesting and visually appealing. Books and other objects can be presented with style inside of the Lift shelf by Hem. The filigree frame is responsible for the openness of the shelf, made to present the content appealingly. The basic thought of the designer Staffan holm was to design a shelf, which was flexibly expandable in order to be used standing and hanging at the walls as well. The shelf follows the basic principle of One Nordic, which is characterized by delivering each product flatly, saving packaging material and space. Lift is mounted in only an instant without additional tools.
  • Hem emblem Hem - Storm Cushion 50 x 50
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    Hem emblem Hem - Storm Cushion 50 x 50
    The designer Sylvain Willenz designed the 3D fabric Razzle Dazzle inspired by his passion for cartoons. The textile design with that special depth produced by the company FEBRIK becomes an eye-catcher on your sofa covering cushions made by Hem. The 3D fabric was named after a camouflage technique, which inspired the designer Sylvain WIllenz for the complex patterns. Different lines were carefully organized and scaled in different sizes in order to become an abstract pattern, The dynamic pattern and the rich material offer interesting effects from different points of view.
  • Connox-Collection Maven Calendar
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    Connox-Collection Maven Calendar
    Minimal design – maximal utility: The wall calendar by Maven is versatile because of its reduction to the essence. Clear outlines and numbers are everything this minimal calendar needs in order to improve the organization of life. The Maven wall calendar was made for the whole year – for every year. The dates of the planner aren’t emphasizes, which is the reason why it is a perpetual, never ending calendar. If you add the according dates with your hand-writing, it will become an individual calendar, uniquely for you. Minimal design – maximal utility The twelve months of the exclusive calendar of the Connox Collection are divided into two columns, where dates for family members, friends, office colleagues and other teams can be coordinated. The annual calendar can also be used as original centenarian calendar with returning dates on it forever. Minimalists are delighted about the straight lined design without unnecessary details. The sophisticated, writers-friendly paper and the concise numbers ensure a strong design character, also for plain dates. The calendar is a screen for creative illustrators. Illustrations, pictures or colourful paintings of children – that’s what you are decorating your wall with or what you are offering to the ones you love. Print expertise from Maven: Special paper for the highest demands The designers of Studio Maven designed their wall calendar with special paper basing on their expertise for print products: Metapaper extrarough is a super rough natural paper for high demands regarding touch, printability and opacity developed by the University of Yale. This heavy, porous and uncoated paper is FSC-certified, of course, and it is produced in climate-neutral with ecological electricity in Germany. More details: One month per page with four columns for dates each month. One extra page for special events. Material: Fine natural paper, 175g, warm white, stable backside cardboard. Dimensions: Height 42, width 25 cm.
  • Holmegaard - Design with light tea light holder
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    Holmegaard - Design with light tea light holder
    In new light: Maria Berntsen designed the Design with light tea light holder for Holmegaard. It reinterprets the whole forms of the collection. The Design with light tea light holder varies the shape of the original, by mean of erasing the lateral hole, introducing a black base instead, where the tea light is placed in. The base of browned steel has the same soft, curved shape like the glass of the tea light holder, ensuring a harmonic image. Contrastive tea light holders The powerful, heavy steel contrasts the weightless and filigree glass at the top, so that the whole image is full of tension without being the main characteristic of it. Since design is always in the foreground for Maria Berntsen, the glass of the candleholder from Holmegaard is removable, making it easier to light and exchange the candles as well as cleaning it.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Box Box
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Box Box
    With Box Box, Hay created a storage possibility for all the small things of every day. The storage set includes five boxes that complete each other perfectly. Whether used for accessories, documents or memories, in the office, the living room or the children’s room – Box Box is suitable for many things. The soft pastel tones of the Hay box Box system complete each other and reveal what is in each box on the first sight. One of the boxes has a geometrical pattern, which breaks the colour concept, adding an interesting contrast to the whole image. Box Box consists of cardboard, but the boxes’ appeal is sophisticated. The storage boxes in five sizes are stackable and therefore space saving when they are stored, if they aren’t used.
  • Paper Collective - Invisible
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    Paper Collective - Invisible
    The poster Invisible from Paper Collective displays a drawing made by hand, originated from the continuous excitement of the designer for portraits: Portraits with a twist. A Mile In The Woods designer Louise Huagaard Nielsen drew a hybrid between woman and animal, between reality and fiction with his poster “Invisible” made of Paper Collective. The surreal art print is made of uncountable lines and forms with tell a completely different history, than that one told by a photographer. The woman on the picture becomes a city, a landscape, an abstraction. Under the offset-print there is the name of the manufacturer and of the design studio with a decent writing. The Invisible poster was made of 200g/qm Munken Pure paper. The uncoated paper has archive quality and it is FSC-certified, of course. Paper Collective produces the art print with the Nordic environment-protection seal, similar to the Blue Angel from Germany. The Paper Collective poster Invisible is limited to 300 pieces all over the world. Moreover a part of the gain is donated to charity organizations chosen by the designers – in the case of the abstract women’s poster from A Mile In The Woods, the donation goes to Amnesty International.
  • Jan Kurtz Möbelvertrieb GmbH Jan Kurtz - Wine Box
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    Jan Kurtz Möbelvertrieb GmbH Jan Kurtz - Wine Box
    ”Wine” is a box made out of robust wood by Jan Kurtz. The portable box is suitable to be used for much more than only wine. This box, as the name reveals, was originally made for wine. But the box is also suitable for other things, of course. All kinds of bottles fit in the box to be ported, as well as a breakfast to be eaten on the terrace or the balcony. Wine can also be used as storage box for magazines or as plants container. The handle of it makes it possible to transport it with one hand, if it is filled and the other hand needed to open doors, for example. The robust, rustic appeal of this box by Jan Kurtz is very unique: The box is handmade out of recycled teak wood with the Trees4Trees certificate – this is how every piece is unique and incidentally protects our resources.
  • Koziol - Pinball Wall Clock
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    Koziol - Pinball Wall Clock
    Reduced to the max. The Koziol Pinball wall clock is a noticeable signal for the kitchen, the office or the living room wall, since the bribing clock measures 45 centimeters from one point to another. The refreshing design of the Pinball wall clock by Koziol transmits enthusiasm and it is as well easy to be read. Frank Person is responsible for the design of the clock. A quartz clockwork ensures the reliable time display – all the time. Koziol produces the Pinball wall clock out of shock resistant polystyrene, which makes it robust and easily cleaned. The Pinball clock is delivered in a gift box.
  • Menu Design Menu - Hallgeir Lantern
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    Menu Design Menu - Hallgeir Lantern
    The Chamber Light is perfect for dark winter months around the dinner table or the lovely summer evenings outside. The handle makes it easily portable and serves as a friendly reminder that you can always bring the light wherever you need it. Designer Hallgeir Homstvedt says, “Originally I set out to design a modern version of the classic kerosene lamp with the glass chimney and brass tray. In the design process I looked mostly to ceramics and electrical lighting for inspiration. The final design is a hurricane that has a contemporary feel, with clear references to classic candle holders and oil lamps”. The Chamber Light is the first design from the Oslo-based designer. Hallgeir Homstvedt runs his own studio focusing on furniture, interior and product design. Hallgeir lived 9 years in Seattle, WA & Newcastle Australia, with family and later for University. We fell for his simple, yet elegant design approach and can’t wait to see more from his hands. Hallgeir himself says: “My design approach is to simplify the final design as much as possible. I strive to create products that have a timeless feel but are inspired by their time”. Chamber Light can be used with both tea lights. Block candles and oil lights. If used with oil lights, we recommend using environmentally friendly palm oil that emits less soot particles and creates a better home environment.
  • Masking Tape - mt Gift Box Neon
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    Masking Tape - mt Gift Box Neon
    With “Neon”, the gift tapes by Masking Tape appear in boxes of 5 pieces. The decoration tapes out of the high-class Japanese rice paper Washi are suitable for tinkering purposes and to decorate everything. The Masking Tape Neon tapes appear in powerful colours, they are easily separable by hand, they are writable, resistant and very adhesive, they won’t leave any traces and they can be used several times – simply torn off, pasted somewhere and removed again. Their purpose depends on the user: They serve for tinkering, as creative bookmark, to mark a notebook, to decorate presents individually, to adhere pictures at walls, and much more. The decoration tapes of shiny colours are suitable for all kinds of surfaces and they personalize decoration items as well. Masking Tape produces the Neon tape out of rice paper, as well as most of the crepe tapes of the manufacturer. The matt natural material is removable without leaving any traces and it can be reused several times: To decorate furniture, presents and other objects. The adhesive tapes from Masking Tape are especially effective when different colours are combined with each other. The Neon set of 5 pieces is delivered in a gift box.
  • Menu Design Menu - Norm Steel Wall Clock
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    Menu Design Menu - Norm Steel Wall Clock
    Norm Steel Clock by Menu is a light and simplistic clock with steel hands - designed by the Copenhagen-based simplicity lovers at Norm Architects. Minimalism is not a modern style. Minimalism has been the norm in many cultures all over the globe since the beginning of civilization. People have strived continually for material poverty as a way to inner luxury. Reduction and perfection have been the main goal for both craftsmen and inventors – because avoiding the irrelevant meant emphasising the important. Norm Architects aim for geometrical purity, a simple naturalness and a reduced authenticity for a sense of calm and repose – which is clearly seen in the Steel Wall Clock, designed by the Danish manufacturer Menu. The powder coated steel looks matt and the soft colours with slightly contrasting pointers remain decently in the visual background. These qualities make the Menu Steel Wall Clock look timeless: It is a master example for the soft minimalism followed by Norm.
  • Umbra - Ribbonwood Wall Clock
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    Umbra - Ribbonwood Wall Clock
    The Umbra Ribbonwood Clock is a wall clock, which connects the natural material with modern design. The clock lives from its contrasts, which transform it into a real eye-catcher. The Umbra Ribbon Clock existed made of metal before. The designer Michelle Ivankovic was convinced by the feasibility of the elegant shape with natural materials and therefore he used wood for the re-interpretation of her wall clock. Her Ribbonwood Clock is based on the ancient art of bending wood and it has an effect with its special shape, being a decent artwork in the room, which still reminds beautifully in the background with its decent materials. Umbra produces the Ribbonwood Clock out of beech wood. Beech is stable and as well elastic, and therefore predestined to be used as bendable wood. The equal and decent grain emphasizes the wooden bands of the Umbra Ribbonwood Clock, which feels comfortable in cool and modern designed interiors with these qualities.
  • manufacturer Luckies Luckies - Corkboard Map
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    manufacturer Luckies Luckies - Corkboard Map
    Design your own world! The bulletin board Corkboard Map by the British company Luckies is more than only a normal bulletin board. Stick the world map at your wall, the same as you always wanted to or only assort the continents according to a real world map. Tack postcards, holiday pictures or memories out of the according countries to the right place of the world map or use the Corkboard Map for your everyday notices or simply as wall decoration. Corkboard Map by Luckies is delivered including pins.
  • linea 1 linea1 - mr magazine rack
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    linea 1 linea1 - mr magazine rack
    The mr magazine rack by linea1 impresses with unobtrusive design. Magazines float in front of a wall with this design shelf by Francesco Apuzzo and Irina Jurasic while the rack effaces itself. The magazine rack is made of 1.5 mm galvanized white steel sheet. Colour, material and form restrain pleasantly for the magazines to be focussed. A row of five selected volumes fans out, immediately available to the reader. This also means that the wall mounting hardware of the magazine rack is invisible. Thanks to their form, the magazine racks can be hung in a row.
  • Jan Kurtz Möbelvertrieb GmbH Jan Kurtz - Speaker Concrete Picture
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    Jan Kurtz Möbelvertrieb GmbH Jan Kurtz - Speaker Concrete Picture
    The Speaker picture by Jan Kurtz is a piece of pure contemporary art. Bertrand Jayr introduces street art into our living rooms. Bertrand Jayr is popular because of two things: He translates existing forms into new contexts and he likes to work with concrete. Why shouldn’t pictures be made of concrete as well? The used lightweight concrete with its characteristics reminds us of a screen instead of something made of concrete because it is tire-proof, pressure-resistant and relatively flexible – but it is also rougher, more heavy and impressing than every other screen. Street art at home The designer Bertrand Jayr erases the borderlines between art and design. With his art prints on concrete, the French designer transferred street art into our homes for the manufacturer Jan Kurtz. The Speaker picture from Jan Kurtz appears with Graffiti style. The motive looks like done with a spray-template (among experts: Stencil), making the street art look more authentic, reminding us of famous artists like Banksy. Each one of the pictures has its own “grain”, since they are made of concrete, becoming unique, while the material also surprises experienced art enthusiasts in the context of wall art.
  • reisenthel - binbox
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    reisenthel - binbox
    Te binbox looks like a simple bag. But it is a resistant waste basket that is slim under the desk. Binbox by reisenthel consists of resistant synthetic material and can not only serve as waste basket, but also as organizer or even as stylish vase or umbrella stand. The holes at the borders serve to fix carrying-straps, whereby the binbox wins additional attractiveness and mobility. Binbox consists of polypropylene and it is available in many different colours. With the optionally available biobox, binbox ensures clean separation of bio-waste.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Analog Clock
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Analog Clock
    Back to the roots? The name reveals it all: The Analog clock isn’t only a good distraction from the digital era with the analogue clockwork, but it also enriches every wall aesthetically. The Shane Schneck designed wall clock plays with the dimensions. Not only regarding the time, but especially the space, being meaningful: The dial is curved to the inside, which offers a kind of interesting plasticity to the appearance of the wall clock, leading to an interplay of shadows of the pointers. The pointers themselves don’t only grow out of the dial in order to be easily readable, but they are also different from each other because of the different colours of them, to be recognized without any problems. The white edition is completed with a gold-plated minutes pointer and the mint edition has a colourful accent because of the blue minutes pointer. The Analog wall clock by Hay is an iconic piece of design, which partly reminds us of a train station clock because of the classic lines pattern of the dial. The small details of the Analog clock give an individual charm to the aluminium object, which differentiates it from ancient clocks, in order to be contemporaneous in this digital age.
  • Holstee - Original Manifesto Decal
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    Holstee - Original Manifesto Decal
    The message of the Holstee manifest appears big and impossible to oversee on this wall décor. Inspiration confidence and good design are focussed in every room with this extra-large wall sticker. The success of the manifest of Holstee came as fast as unexpected: The poster was spread in the media from the beginning – online and offline. The manifest spreads values which represent a happier, more conscience and more social life. Values that motivate us in a fast world, giving us confidence – the three founders of the company had a wonderful idea with it. The Original Manifesto Decal enters homely walls as art print now. The Original Manifesto Decal is produced in the USA out of biologically-degradable, PVC-free polyester with ecological glue. The wall tattoo is free of phthalates, of course, and the white background is 100% recyclable.
  • Paper Collective - Whale Reprise
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    Paper Collective - Whale Reprise
    A whale and a bubble in a space that really emphasize the motive. There is a deep message behind what seems simple on the first sight, on the Whale Reprise poster from paper Collective. Greg Eason has the rare quality of letting simple drawn images seem highly complex and of offering them impressively roomy depth. The British artist explains about his poster Whale Reprise: ”I re-adopted the whale pattern from a picture I already drew in 2011. That’s the reason for the name Reprise.” The designer laid his whale on a grey background and added a bubble, which looks like a human head and which softly breaks the grey colour of the image with its delicately shimmering light effect. There is the name of the manufacturer and the designer written under the Offset-printed graphic with decent letters. Paper Collective Poster Whale Reprise: Subtle Message Eason wanted to make people think of the extinction of the whales with the subtle and ominous composition and he wanted to question humans in the ecosystem. All of it in an artistic context, without raised index finger. It is only suitable that a part of the avails goes to the WWF. The Whale Reprise poster is made of heavy 200 g/qm Munken Lynx paper. This kind of paper has archive quality and it is naturally FSC-certified. Paper Collective produces the art print with the Nordic seal of environmentally friendliness, similar to the Blue Angel of Germany. The Paper Collective “Whale Reprise” poster is limited to 300 pieces all over the world. Moreover one part of the gain of it is donated to a charitable organization, chosen by the designer – in the case of the Whale Reprise poster from Note Design Studio, the donation goes to the World Wildlife Foundation.
  • Vitra - Star Clock
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    Vitra - Star Clock
    Vitra Home Complements The American designer George Nelson counts to the embossing people of American Post-War design, together with personalities like Charles and Ray Eames or Alexander Girard. This is a good reason for the re-edition of some of the designs of these influential creatives in the Vitra Home Complements Collection. Thereby all the designs are produced out of the original materials and according to the original designs. Nelson influenced the image of the American furniture producer Herman Miller for many years being the creative director of the company. The designer created his own table and wall clocks for the subsidiary Howard Miller Clock Company at the same time. Wall Clocks by Georg Nelson The clocks by Nelson became more and more playful with the years. Thereby the designer renounced number dials most of the times. Since he was convinced about users concentrating on the position of the pointers, more than on the numbers. That’s the reason why many of Nelson’s wall clocks, like the Star Clock have an exceptional shape, with 12 distinctive dots. The Star wall clock is a star in every home. A shining wall decoration and time displayer with sculptural charm. The spokes and pointers of the clock are made of chrome and brass and the gold and silver tones interplay. The Vitra clocks of Georg Nelson appear with a high class quartz clockwork.
  • applicata Applictata - Poppy Vase
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    applicata Applictata - Poppy Vase
    Poppy was made by the Danish designer Anders Nørgaard for the manufacturer Applicata. The base perfectly fits in the assortment of the Danish manufacturer with its simple, natural and slightly rustic appeal, representing Nordic design. The Poppy vase was reduced to the essence, it is exciting with its simple appearance. The rustic vase was named after its shape, which was inspired by the single seeds in the head of the poppy blossom. The idea behind the wooden vase comes from the fascinating interplay of wood and powerful colours. Flowers and small glasses and branches will be held by a wonderful vase, which remains decently in the background, emphasizing its content. Wood vase with practical glass insert The simple, shapely case was turned out of massive oak wood, and it is available in two sizes. Inside of it there is a glass for the flower’s water. The glass insert is extractable in order to save the wood when you change the water. Order the Poppy vase by Applicata with few clicks in the home design shop. We offer a price guarantee, fair shipping costs and flexible payment types.
  • Remember - Set of Boxes
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    Remember - Set of Boxes
    A box in the box in the box in the box. The set of boxes by Remember appears in the style of Russian Matrjoschka dolls and offers a lot of space for many utensils. The five different sizes offer enough space for big and small things. And it there is nothing to store in them, the Remember boxes are easily stackable inside each other. The offensive and creative patterns won’t be boring. Naturally the boxes are also suitable as decorative objects for different purposes. Remember produces the set of boxes out of resistant cardboard, so that the material can easily be taken as wood.
  • Objekten Systems emblem Objekten - Kangaroo Cushion
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    Objekten Systems emblem Objekten - Kangaroo Cushion
    The classic sofa cushion becomes a bit smarter with the Kangaroo. The name comes from the pockets at the Objekten cushions, made for small things. It won’t be necessary to search the remote control anymore if you have a Kangaroo cushion made by the Belgian manufacturer Objekten. Both pockets hold remote controls as well as newspapers, tablets, smartphones and other things you like to use on the sofa – but that used to be too far away. On the backside of the intelligent cushion there aren’t any pockets, in order to use it as a “normal” cushion as well. Behind the clever idea is the experience of the designer Alain Berteau. The manufacturer Objekten offers the Kangaroo cushion with different covers (felt, linen, cotton, canvas and polyester) as well as colours. Recycled fibres and foam is what the cushions are filled with.
  • Muuto - Balance Vase
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    Muuto - Balance Vase
    The Balance Vase Sets were designed by the Danish designer Hallgeir Homstvedt for Muuto. The special extra: Featured with strong, magnets which locks them in an upright balanced position. The Balance Vases and bottom trays. Keeping the vases and trays together is a strong hidden magnet, which locks them in an upright balanced position while at the same time allowing the vases to be moved around on the tray, for a personalized look. On closer examination, it turns out that this construction is rather down-to-earth than audacious as it appears at first glance. The vases are casted in colored clay (waterproof varnished on the inside) and the tray in steel. On request , the Balance Vase Sets are available in varios colour variants. Hallgeir Homstvedt on the design: "I wanted to play with the concept of visual balance when designing the Balance vase set, and offer a new perspective on a vase. My idea was to create an object that naturally engages the observer’s curiosity and creativity. Most vases look empty without flowers, but the Balance vases are almost like sculptural silhouettes that you can personalize and arrange the way you desire, with or without flowers."
  • Hem emblem Hem - Kenno Cushion
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    Hem emblem Hem - Kenno Cushion
    The Kenno cushions were inspired by the passion for drawings and cartoons of the designer Sylvain Willenz. The cushions are suitable to be used as decorative and comfortable upholsteries for the sofa, the bedroom or the living room, available in different sizes. The cushions offer comfort with their material mix of cotton and linen and also charm with their graphic screen printing pattern. Set some special accents with the Kenno cushions by Hem and combine them with other cushions of the Scribble Collection, creating a comfortable sofa landscape. Available in different colours.
  • by Lassen - Candles
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    by Lassen - Candles
    A light in the dark: By Lassen offers suitable The candles of the Danish manufacturer perfectly complete the products. Perfectly adapted to the proportions and the function of the Kubus candleholder, the candles complete the products of by Lassen on a form-completed way. The candles are ribbed and inclined at their bottom so that they can easily find their place. The candles of byLassen also fit in other candleholders.
  • Kay Bojesen Denmark - Wooden Zebra
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    Kay Bojesen Denmark - Wooden Zebra
    The wooden zebra is one of the first figures of the collection of the Kay Bojesen animals. The zebra also moves in the unique gap between fantasy figure and design object. The already zebra emerged long before the most famous Bojesen animal, the wooden ape. While this one saw the light of the world for the first time in 1951, the wooden zebra was created in 1935. This made it one of the first exotic animals from the Danish designer. The zebra galloped from the savannah directly to Kay Bojesen’s shop in the heard of Copenhagen. The charming stripes on it come from the artist Svend Johansen, who also equipped the puffin with the colourful feathers dress. Wooden creatures for design enthusiasts The zebra is made of massive beech wood and painted by hand. It doesn’t only complete the other wooden creatures from Bojesen, but it also looks gorgeous alone because of the reduced colours and shape. The zebra is a wooden figure which will make children and adults smile equally, as well as all the other wooden animals by Kay Bojesen. Grown up design enthusiasts will love the iconic wooden animals, whose simple outlines are expressive and individual.
  • Holmegaard - Design with light candleholder
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    Holmegaard - Design with light candleholder
    In new light: Maria Berntsen designed the Design with light candleholder for Holmegaard. It reinterprets the whole forms of the collection. The Design with light candleholder varies the shape of the original, by mean of erasing the lateral hole, introducing a black base instead, where the candle is placed in. The base of burnished steel has the same soft, curved shape like the glass of the tea light holder, ensuring a harmonic image. Contrastive candleholders The powerful, heavy steel contrasts the weightless and filigree glass at the top, so that the whole image is full of tension without being the main characteristic of it. Since design is always in the foreground for Maria Berntsen, the glass of the candleholder from Holmegaard is removable, making it easier to light and exchange the candles as well as cleaning it.
  • Koziol - Piano Wall Clock
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    Koziol - Piano Wall Clock
    Time is a phenomenon which allows different points of view: The Piano wall clock by Koziol appears with a very clear dial leaned on piano keys. It all looks different when you look at it from one side. The lateral of the Piano wall clock reveals the real depth of the dial with its sublime hour blocks. And that’s not the only reason why Piano remains ideally readable from whatever side it is watched from – its grandiose diameter of nearly half a meter impresses even more. Koziol produces the Piano wall clock out of shock resistant polystyrene. This one makes the clock robust and easily cleaned. The Piano clock is delivered in a gift box.
  • Skultuna - Candlestick
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    Skultuna - Candlestick
    The combination of modern and classic is distinctive for the Swedish tradition manufacturer Skultuna. In line with this principle, the designer Richard Hutten created his candleholder which masterly balances on a very fine line. As a starting material for his Candlestick, Hutten chose polished brass which is a deeply rooted raw material for Skultuna. The modern and at the same time understated shape generates in combination with the classic material a unique and unmistakable design. Its slim shape gives the Skultuna Candlestick an independent and elegant silhouette which is perfectly suitable for both classic or modern interiors. Brass develops a natural patina over time. For maintenance, Skultuna recommends to use a mild metal polish and a soft cloth, as well as to avoid contact with water.
  • Applicata - Watch:Out Concrete Clock
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    Applicata - Watch:Out Concrete Clock
    Anne Boysen designed the rustic and elegant Watch:Out clock. The Danish manufacturer Applicata continues producing minimalistic and natural products with this concrete clock. The wall clock Watch:Out completely renounces unnecessary details and concentrates on the essential: A round disk, twelve recesses instead of numbers and two pointers. It doesn’t need more in order to be a real clock with the expected function. A real wall clock made of concrete – reduced shapes, noble appearance The Watch:Out disk is made of welded concrete and therefore spreads natural elegance. This impression is even reinforced by the brass pointers, which are available in different decent colours. The Applicata wall clock feels comfortable in modern homes. Despite of the reduced shape, Watch:Out is a real eye-catcher – a slim, unobtrusive accessory for every room. Dare to mix styles at home – the rustic Applicata clocks are perfectly suitable for it.
  • Georg Jensen - Annual Holiday Ornaments 2014 Dove
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    Georg Jensen - Annual Holiday Ornaments 2014 Dove
    Christmas is the best time of the year. Now dreams come true and fairy tales are brought to life. In Karen Bit Vejle’s magical universe of paper cuts, she has combined these elements to give us her personal interpretation of the holiday season. Inspired by the classic and popular Christmas fairy tale "The Fir Tree" by H.C. Andersen, Karen Bit Vejle has created her own version of the Christmas story. Christmas is this kind of special time of the year in which dreams come true and fairy tales are brought to life. The Norwegian designer has added some romantic elements to the Christmas tree decoration which owns a great radiation intensity: The dove is used as a symbol of peace, reflection as well as beauty and decorates the Annual Holiday Ornaments 2014 Dove by Georg Jensen. The silhouettes-artist Karen Bit Vejle has cut out the most popular Christmas motifs out of paper, before these motifs were transferred to the noble materials which are typical for the Danish manufacturer Georg Jensen. The Annual Holiday Ornaments 2014 Dove of the Christmas Collectibles Series 2014 by Georg Jensen is manufactured of either brass plated with 24 kt. Gold or covered with palladium.
  • Georg Jensen - Annual Christmas Ball 2014
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    Georg Jensen - Annual Christmas Ball 2014
    Every year and for the best time of the year Georg Jensen presents magical Christmas tree decorations. The Annual Christmas Ball 2014 Mistletoe was designed by the silhouettes-artist Karen Bit Vejle. Inspired by the classic and popular Christmas fairy tale "The Fir Tree" by H.C. Andersen, Karen Bit Vejle has created her own version of the Christmas story. The Norwegian designer has added some romantic elements to the Christmas tree decoration which owns a great radiation intensity: The Mistletoe as a symbol of love and peace decorates the Annual Christmas Ball 2014 Mistletoe by Georg Jensen. The silhouettes-artist Karen Bit Vejle has cut out the most popular Christmas motifs out of paper, before these motifs were transferred to the noble materials which are typical for the Danish manufacturer Georg Jensen. The Annual Christmas Ball 2014 Mistletoe of the Christmas Collectibles Series 2014 by Georg Jensen consists of brass plated with 24 kt. Gold and is delivered with a special dark green ribbon.
  • Jan Kurtz Möbelvertrieb GmbH Jan Kurtz - Deer Concrete Picture
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    Jan Kurtz Möbelvertrieb GmbH Jan Kurtz - Deer Concrete Picture
    The Deer picture by Jan Kurtz is a piece of pure contemporary art. Bertrand Jayr introduces street art into our living rooms. Bertrand Jayr is popular because of two things: He translates existing forms into new contexts and he likes to work with concrete. Why shouldn’t pictures be made of concrete as well? The used lightweight concrete with its characteristics reminds us of a screen instead of something made of concrete because it is tire-proof, pressure-resistant and relatively flexible – but it is also rougher, more heavy and impressing than every other screen. Street art at home The designer Bertrand Jayr erases the borderlines between art and design. With his art prints on concrete, the French designer transferred street art into our homes for the manufacturer Jan Kurtz. The Deer picture from Jan Kurtz appears with Graffiti style. The motive looks like done with a spray-template (among experts: Stencil), making the street art look more authentic, reminding us of famous artists like Banksy. Each one of the pictures has its own “grain”, since they are made of concrete, becoming unique, while the material also surprises experienced art enthusiasts in the context of wall art.
  • Moleskine - Notebooks (coloured) - Pocket
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    Moleskine - Notebooks (coloured) - Pocket
    Thoughts, ideas and dreams come together in the coloured pocket notebooks by Moleskine. They become more and more personal when they are used. The books of Moleskine look back to a long tradition: Creatives, artists and thinkers express themselves in these notebooks since almost two centuries. The classic notebooks are more popular than ever today. Legendary notebook in different colours The pocket notebook (9 x 14 cm) is made of high class paper and it offers enough space for drawings, notes and ideas on 192 pages. Practical details complete the colourful Moleskine notebook: Notes fit in the cardboard and textile pocket, the bookmark shows you where you were. The characteristic rubber hand closing the notebooks is a part of the design as well.
  • Iittala - Origo Cushion Cover
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    Iittala - Origo Cushion Cover
    Colourful and iconic: With the Cushion Cover, Iittala presents a cushion of the famous series by designer Alfredo Häberli. In 1999, Häberli designed the Origo dishes for the Finnish manufacturer Iittala. Neither the designer nor the manufacturer expected to create such a sign of the times with their series. In the meantime, the collection grew and was enlarged by colourful accessories which enrich the original dish series. Colourful Cushion Cover with Stripes Next to a venturous design, a successful product additionally requires high quality which particularly applies to the Origo series. According to Iittala, the cushion covers can “resist the burden of being used daily for a long period of time without any problems". The Origo design by Alfredo Häberli was internationally rewarded several times: With the iF-Design Award 2002, the Excellent Swedish Design Award 2001 and the Japanese Zakka of the Year prize 2001. The Origo Cushion Cover is suitable as a cushion on the sofa as well as a pillow in bed: The colourful cushion cover is manufactured of 100% linen. The fabric is not just cool on the skin and shines silkily, but is also resistant to dirt and yet permeable to air. Furthermore, the cushion can even be used as a blur of colour for simpler furnishing.
  • Georg Jensen - Henning Koppel Candlestick
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    Georg Jensen - Henning Koppel Candlestick
    The Henning Koppel Candlestick of Georg Jensen appears with timeless elegance – a candleholder for every ambience. The designer Henning Koppel counts to the most important Scandinavian designers of the post-war period. His mirror-like and asymmetric designs have decidedly influenced the so-called New Look. And the candlestick designed for the Danish manufacturer Georg Jensen appears with just this design. Spring, summer, autumn, winter – those that want it stylish and shapely will always think the Henning Koppel Candlestick the right choice. The glossy stainless steel surface and the shapely curves are suitable for every ambience and make the candlestick an unobtrusive eye-catcher in your four walls.
  • Moleskine - Notebooks (classic) - Large
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    Moleskine - Notebooks (classic) - Large
    Thoughts, ideas and dreams come together in the coloured pocket notebooks by Moleskine. They become more and more personal when they are used. The books of Moleskine look back to a long tradition: Creatives, artists and thinkers express themselves in these notebooks since almost two centuries. The classic notebooks are more popular than ever today. Legendary large notebook The large notebook (13 x 21 cm) is made of high class paper and it offers enough space for drawings, notes and ideas on 240 pages. Practical details complete the classic Moleskine notebook: Notes fit in the cardboard and textile pocket, the bookmark shows you where you were. The characteristic rubber hand closing the notebooks is a part of the design as well.
  • Georg Jensen - Henning Koppel Wall Clock Graphic
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    Georg Jensen - Henning Koppel Wall Clock Graphic
    The Henning Koppel clock by Georg Jensen is simple, timeless and modern far from fugitive fashion trends. The original collection has already been presented in 1978 and it is as current as it was back then. Georg Jensen re-edited the classic piece in Autumn of 2014 together with the team of designers All The Way to Paris. The patterns, sketches and the colours of the Georg Jensen archives were the base of the new clock – a contemporaneous surface for a modern design icon. The visual adaptations naturally occurred according to the original design. The technical details and the battery operated precision quartz clockwork as well remained unchanged. Georg Jensen produces the re-edition in three graphically different editions. Stainless steel, copper and ABS are used as material.
  • Skagerak - Spruce Tree
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    Skagerak - Spruce Tree
    The most inconspicuous products mostly demand a lot of effort. The multitalented Bent Krebs designed the Spruce Tree for [b}Skagerak and the simple silhouette clearly shows how the simplest forms are often the best ones. The decoration tree equally fits in natural and in modern-reduced furnishings because of its harmonic proportions and the straight-lined design. And this doesn’t only concern the winter season, but the whole year, since the noble accessory doesn’t search the foreground but it adds a hint of nobles to the ambience. The production out of teak wood adds a natural and typical Scandinavian flair to the Spruce Tree. The natural material which originally comes from the south, was often used for boots constructions in the north, which is the reason why it is an authentic material for the decoration tree from the Skagerak factory.
  • Applicata - Watch:Out Oak Clock
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    Applicata - Watch:Out Oak Clock
    Von Anne Boysen stammt das Design der rustikalen und dennoch eleganten Wanduhr Watch:Out. Mit dieser Uhr bleibt der dänische Hersteller Applicata seiner minimalistischen, natürlichen Linie absolut treu. Die Wanduhr Watch:Out verzichtet komplett auf Überflüssiges und konzentriert sich auf Wesentliches: Eine runde Scheibe, zwölf Vertiefungen im Holz und zwei Zeiger. Mehr braucht es nicht, um die ursprünglichen Funktionen einer Uhr zu abzubilden. Watch:Out - reduziertes Design und natürliche Optik Die Scheibe ist aus Eichenholz gefertigt, die natürliche Maserung strahlt Wärme aus und lässt der Uhr ihre Natürlichkeit. Währenddessen verleihen die Messing-Zeiger der Watch:Out eine feine, elegante Note. So fühlt sich die Applicata Wanduhr auch in der modernen Wohnungseinrichtung zuhause. Die Zeiger sind in unterschiedlichen Farben erhältlich, deren sanfte Töne - Mandarine, Messing und Grau - harmonieren perfekt mit dem naturbelassenen Eichenholz. Sie ermöglichen es, die Uhr an unterschiedliche Einrichtungen anzupassen, ohne das pure, rustikale Wesen der Wanduhr zu gefährden. Wagen Sie ruhig einen Stilmix in Ihrer Wohnung - die rustikalen Applicata-Uhren sind wie geschaffen dafür.
  • Paper Collective - Format 1.0
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    Paper Collective - Format 1.0
    The posters “Format” from Paper Collective are some experimental graphics. The team of designers of Motherbird created big images with overlapping and connected shapes, which are characterized by their powerful dynamism. The most bribing characteristic of the posters collection Format is the fact that they are composed by three images that also belong to each other. The geometrical compositions complete the wall graphics wonderfully. The name of the manufacturer and that one of the designer are written under the Offset-printed graphic with decent letters. The Format collection posters are made of heavy 200 g/qm Munken Lynx paper. This kind of paper has archive quality and it is naturally FSC-certified. Paper Collective produces the art print with the Nordic seal of environmentally friendliness, similar to the Blue Angel of Germany. The Paper Collective sets “Format 1.0” and ”Format 2.0” are limited to 300 pieces all over the world. Moreover one part of the gain of it is donated to a charitable organization, chosen by the designer – in the case of the Format poster from Motherbird, the donation goes to the Australian cancer aid.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Wooden Hand Forearm
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Wooden Hand Forearm
    The human hand is a masterpiece of evolution. Mute people use it as communication medium but also all the other people express or emphasize something with gestures of their hands. It is forbidden to use them playing football, but it is the “hand of God” in the game, like in the world cup of 1986. Of course the topic “hand of God” finds its origin in religion, where a very ancient and famous religious symbol represents the power of God and which therefore ornaments numerous churches and paintings. But many profane artists also included hands in their works, such as Albrecht Dürer in his painting “praying hands”. It is also very important to study the motoric and the proportions of hands, in order to place them in new artworks. That’s the reason why there are some according hand models out of wood. The Danish company Hay offers such a model of a hand with the Wooden Hand Forearm, which moreover has some utile advantages. Whether as pen holder, as storage place for rings and jewellery or simply as decorative object at home – the Wooden Hand Forearm can be used on many different ways. Contrasting the standard- Wooden Hand from Hay, this one has a forearm, which serves to present longer chains and other pieces of jewellery. The Hay Wooden Hand Forearm is made of high class Samak wood and it is available in different sizes.
  • Remember - Due Colori Boxes
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    Remember - Due Colori Boxes
    The box in the box in the box in the box. The set of boxes from Remember appears in the style of Russian Matryoshka dolls and it offers a lot of space for all kinds of utensils. The five different sizes of the storage boxes from Remember offer enough space for big and small things. And if there is nothing to be stored, the Remember boxes can be stored inside of each other. The bribing design of the two-tone boxes won’t be boring. The boxes are also exceptionally suitable to be used as gift boxes for different events. Remember produces the Due Colori boxes out of resistant cardboard. The stackable boxes are solid, so that one could think, they were made of wood.
  • Vitra - Cushion Maharam - Vases
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    Vitra - Cushion Maharam - Vases
    The designer Hella Jongerius is famous for combining traditional and industrial handicraft. She experiments with newish and traditional materials, forms and production techniques when she creates furniture, dishes and textile designs. The returning pattern of the vase is also displayed on home textiles now, as well as on her own ceramic designs. The vases design of the traditional new York company Maharam is re-edited now in the Home Complements Collection. The designer transmits the three-dimensional shape of a traditional ceramic vase into a graphic pattern, displayed in different colours on cushions. The vases cushions are produced out of a sophisticated combination of cotton and recycled nylon concentrating on useful materials. Lovingly details, like the small zip-closure hanger, complement the harmonic design. Available in different colours.
  • Classicon - Cypris Mirror
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    Classicon - Cypris Mirror
    The Cypris Mirror by the Austrian designer Nina Mair reminds us of the elegance of the fifties with its harmonically swung shape. The mirror with the functional aspect and the material of brass is an absolutely contemporaneous home accessory. The big brass frame softly surrounding the mirror, makes it look deeper. The frame is withdrawing when it is watched from the front – the brass frame is only seen as a fine line then. The 10 cm thick frame of the mirror is suitable to be used as stylish tray for perfumes, accessories or other cosmetics. An elegant frame for your favourite pieces. Mount the Cypris mirror in the bathroom or the dressing room or as an eye-catcher in the corridor or the living room. The wall mirror is available in many sizes and it can be hanged vertically or horizontally. For those of you who prefer down-to-earth variants, we suggest to order the 180 cm mirror, which can easily be leaned at the wall because of the tilt-protection. It is available in an edition out of crystal glass and with a brass frame or made of burnished brass with smoked glass.
  • Masking Tape - mt suite M
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    Masking Tape - mt suite M
    Mt Suite M is a set of 5 decoration tapes out of high class Japanese rice paper. The decoration tapes from Masking Tape are suitable for tinkering, marking and decorating. The Masking Tape adhesive bands are easily separable by hand, they are writable, resistant and very adhesive, they won’t leave any traces and they can be used several times – simply torn off, pasted somewhere and removed again. Their purpose depends on the user: They serve for tinkering, as creative bookmark, to mark a notebook, to decorate presents individually, to adhere pictures at walls, and much more. Masking Tape produces the mt suite M out of rice paper, as well as most of the crepe tapes of the manufacturer. The matt natural material is removable without leaving any traces and it can be reused several times: To decorate furniture, presents and other objects. The mt suite decoration tapes from Masking Tape are available with different colour combinations. One set includes 5 rolls with different widths: 2X 6mm, 2x 9mm and 1x 30mm. They are especially effective when different motives are combined with each other.
  • Paper Collective - Format 2.0
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    Paper Collective - Format 2.0
    The posters “Format” from Paper Collective are some experimental graphics. The team of designers of Motherbird created big images with overlapping and connected shapes, which are characterized by their powerful dynamism. The most bribing characteristic of the posters collection Format is the fact that they are composed by three images that also belong to each other. The geometrical compositions complete the wall graphics wonderfully. The name of the manufacturer and that one of the designer are written under the Offset-printed graphic with decent letters. The Format collection posters are made of heavy 200 g/qm Munken Lynx paper. This kind of paper has archive quality and it is naturally FSC-certified. Paper Collective produces the art print with the Nordic seal of environmentally friendliness, similar to the Blue Angel of Germany. The Paper Collective “Format” poster is limited to 300 pieces all over the world. Moreover one part of the gain of it is donated to a charitable organization, chosen by the designer – in the case of the Format poster from Motherbird, the donation goes to the Australian cancer aid.
  • Skagerak - Christmas Tree Base (teak wood)
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    Skagerak - Christmas Tree Base (teak wood)
    Jakob Kamper designed the Christmas Tree Base for Skagerak. The simple, unobtrusive and as well noble appearance of the Christmas Tree Base didn’t appear by chance, since its characteristics are typical for the popular Danish manufacturer Skagerak. The usage of the Skagerak Christmas Tree base could as well be easier: The tree is simply plugged in the robust and noble support out of stainless steel, Afterwards the stem is fixed at the tree base with four screws and voile – now the tree must only be decorated and that’s what it is all about. Thereby the Christmas Tree Holder is suitable for different trees, it doesn’t matter if spruce or fir tree. Skagerak produces the Christmas Tree Base out of teak wood, the caoutchouc tree. Teak is extremely hard and resistant against humidity changes, which is the reason why it is especially suitable to be used as Christmas tree holder. The base for Christmas trees is also available as white edition.
  • Moleskine - Daily Planner - Large
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    Moleskine - Daily Planner - Large
    An overview of everything: The Moleskine daily planner large offers a lot of space for notes, dates and your own thoughts. And all of it with the classic and unmistakable style. The daily planner large gives you one page for every day – if your calendar is full of dates, it won’t shock you anymore because there will be enough space to plan it all perfectly – no stress when it comes to work, sports and friends. The legendary calendar with the big size (13 x 21 cm) is made of high class paper and it offers space for everything on 400 pages – here your important dates of the year will find the place they deserve. Legendary calendar in a large format The notebook has more details to be presented: 28 Ruled pages in an address book will hold your important contacts organized. Additional organisation is given by the tabs for your individual division of dates on 32 pages with 9 tabs, including 35 stickers. The foldable pocket at the end of the book holds your notes, and the bookmark will show you the day it is, when you have not time to search for it. The books of Moleskine look back to a long tradition: Creatives, artists and thinkers like Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso and Ernest Hemingway express themselves in these notebooks since almost two centuries. The classic notebooks are more popular than ever today.
  • ferm living logo ferm Living - Boxes
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    ferm living logo ferm Living - Boxes
    The ferm Living Boxes set of 4 pieces is made of four stylish storage boxes, suitable for clothes, magazines, newspapers or other small objects that use to lie somewhere disturbing us. Ferm Living makes it possible to organize things stylishly with these Boxes. A small leather details gives a fashion touch to the boxes, while they can be stored inside each other if they aren’t used, being space saving as well. The Boxes by ferm Living are made of fibre-cardboard with a leather detail.
  • Paper Collective - Time Reprise
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    Paper Collective - Time Reprise
    A human silhouette and an undefinable object between egg and skull in a room which completely emphasizes the motive. What seems to be simple on the first sight has a deep message in it. Greg Eason has the rare quality of letting simple drawn images seem highly complex and of offering them impressively roomy depth. The metaphoric character of the image between a human and a softly aquarelle painted skull as well as an egg, which lays on top, reminds us of big surrealism and it doesn’t permit any definitely interpretations. Paper Collective Poster Time Reprise: Subtle Message Eason wanted to make people think of the conflict between humans and nature as well as of the general role of humans in the ecosystem. All of it in an artistic context, without raised index finger. There is the name of the manufacturer and the designer written under the Offset-printed graphic with decent letters. The Time Reprise poster was made of 200g/qm Munken Pure paper. The uncoated paper has archive quality and it is FSC-certified, of course. Paper Collective produces the art print with the Nordic environment-protection seal, similar to the Blue Angel from Germany. The Paper Collective poster Time Reprise is limited to 300 pieces all over the world. Moreover a part of the gain is donated to charity organizations chosen by the designers – in the case of the egg and skull posters from Greg Eason, the donation goes to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
  • applicata Applictata - Torso Vase
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    applicata Applictata - Torso Vase
    The Torso vase is part of the Torso family, designed by Anders Nørgaard for Applicata. It comes along with Nordic style because of its rustic, natural and minimalistic appearance. The designer completely renounced unnecessary elements, but concentrated on the power and effect of natural wood instead. The Torso vase is a simple eye-catcher in the living room or the kitchen table and it looks as well gorgeous in a group. Combine the Torso vases with the candleholders of the same collection and decorate your home harmonically with them. Torso – design pieces with rustic style The Torso vase is made of oak wood and it spreads warmth and a traditional spirit. The wide base of it ensures steadfastness. It is available in two heights – made of untreated, oiled and stained oak wood each one. Choose the suitable vase for your furnishing. You will receive a unique piece because of the wooden grain and the colour of natural wood. Buy them with few clicks safely in here. We offer price guarantee, fair shipping costs and flexible payment types.
  • Donkey Poducts Donkey Products - Think Big XXXL Pencil
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    Donkey Poducts 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.
  • Masking Tape - mt Gift Box Pop
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    Masking Tape - mt Gift Box Pop
    With “Pop”, the gift tapes by Masking Tape appear in boxes of 5 pieces. The decoration tapes out of the high-class Japanese rice paper Washi are suitable for tinkering purposes and to decorate everything. The Masking Tape Pop tapes appear in poppy colours, they are easily separable by hand, they are writable, resistant and very adhesive, they won’t leave any traces and they can be used several times – simply torn off, pasted somewhere and removed again. Their purpose depends on the user: They serve for tinkering, as creative bookmark, to mark a notebook, to decorate presents individually, to adhere pictures at walls, and much more. The decoration tapes of shiny colours are suitable for all kinds of surfaces and they personalize decoration items as well. Masking Tape produces the Pop tape out of rice paper, as well as most of the crepe tapes of the manufacturer. The matt natural material is removable without leaving any traces and it can be reused several times: To decorate furniture, presents and other objects. The adhesive tapes from Masking Tape are especially effective when different colours are combined with each other. The Pop set of 5 pieces is delivered in a gift box.
  • 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. The designer’s piece from Skagerak offers a hint of nature to the ambience made of natural wood, as for the black variant looks noble and elegant.
  • Georg Jensen - Alfredo Glass Vase
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    Georg Jensen - Alfredo Glass Vase
    The Alfredo Glass Vase by Georg Jensen is characterised by its dynamic but still simple visual appearance. Designer Alfredo Häberli combines tradition with innovation in elegant shapes made of glass. With power and positive appearance, the vases of George Jensen fit effortlessly in the daily use. They are elegant basics for the modern lifestyle and also complete the ambiance of an inviting evening with a lot of elegance. The Alfredo vase can be used single or in a group. Combining different Alfredo vases creates unexpected tension. The vases are handmade of glass. With their distinctive curves, the vases appear dynamic and powerful but at the same time simple and harmonious. With their likewise classic and modern design, the Vase joins the design language of the same named Alfredo Collection of Georg Jensen without any difficulties. The vase is available in different sizes.
  • by Lassen - Illustrate Frame
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    by Lassen - Illustrate Frame
    The minimalistic picture frames “Illustrate” seem to float at the walls with their clear reference to the Kubus Collection of by Lassen. The by Lassen Illustrate frames don’t move to the foreground, but present their content proudly, emphasizing illustrations, graphics and artworks because of the clear and thin lines of its contour. The slim shape and the reduced design of the aluminium frames emphasize artworks and concentrate the focus of the viewer to the necessary – the motive. By Lassen offers the Illustrate frames in four different sizes, suiting the architecture artworks by the manufacturer. The slim frames are also suitable to present individual artworks in the according sizes.
  • Pulpo - Company Pulpo - Container Vase
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    Pulpo - Company Pulpo - Container Vase
    Those that like exceptional objects will love the Container Vase by Pulpo. Mouth-blown glasses are also usable as storage boxes. The designer Sebastian Herkner kept the shape of the Container Vase rather conventional, while he surprised with the colours concept: The interior of the vase is silver plated, while the outside appears in a colourful lacquer. This is how an exciting light interplay emerges out of matt and mirror tones. The cover of the Pulpo Container Vase is moreover painted in a contrasting colour, so that the apparent concept really appears to be unmistakable. The cover of the Pulpo Container is also responsible for the storage box character of the vase: If there is no flower near, the vase also holds small objects inside of it, without remaining useless. Pulpo produces the Container Vase with handicraft demands in cooperation with “Glass is tomorrow” and the “Centre International D’Art Verrier”. The mouth-blown vases are therewith unique pieces, with not one piece looking like another.
  • Design im Dorf - Fire-Enchantment fire wood carrier
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    Design im Dorf - Fire-Enchantment fire wood carrier
    The next winter comes – and firewood for the chimney comes from the outside into the house with the Fire-Enchantment carrier. The Fire-Enchantment firewood carried by Deisgn im Dorf is also suitable to transport other things, such as magazines. After it was used, the carrier for firewood designed by Annegret Ewert-Wurster in Germany can be stored space saving, since it is easily foldable.
  • Artek - Mirror 192
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    Artek - Mirror 192
    Alvar Aalto influenced the Finnish company Artek with his designs being one of the founders. The designs of Aalto are characterized by the symbiosis of functionality and natural materials, especially birch wood. Alvar Aalto also used the popular birch wood for the production of the mirror collection 192. The designer was thereby one of the first ones who used the material for the industrial production of furniture. The mirrors of the 192 series follow the design principle of simplicity and curved shapes – usually found in Aalto’s creations. The 192 mirror series includes two models: The edition 192A as rectangular model with a size of 50 x 120 cm as well as the mirror 192B with a square size of 50 x 50 cm, painted in white or untreated, made of birch wood. Both mirrors perfectly harmonize with the wardrobe 190C and the tray and drawer 114B for a beautiful entrance of every house.
  • Snug.studio - snug.calendar 2015
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    Snug.studio - snug.calendar 2015
    The snug.calendar 2015 offers an overview of the year on one glimpse. The graphical wall calendar of the Hanoverian Snug.studip is made of 170 g paper and it is delivered in the size DIN A2 (16.5 x 23.3 Inch / 420 x 594 mm). The single months are assorted in an overview of blocks. Each month number consists of simple geometrical forms, such as spheres, half-spheres and squares. Copied from construction bricks, the calendar acts playful but abstract and artistic at the same time. That’s how the snug.calendar finds a place nearly everywhere – whether in the office, the living room, the children’s room or the kitchen, elegantly framed or fixed with adhesive tape, in sophisticatedly furnished houses or in student’s apartments: The snug.calendar fits in everywhere. The calendar by Kerstin Reilemann and Berit Lüdecke is available in white, black and light pink.
  • Iittala - Taika Metal Box round
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    Iittala - Taika Metal Box round
    The Taika series by Iittala is magical and evokes memories which has been forgotten for a long time. The round Metal Box in which all kind of items can be stored, is a practical extension of the series. Iittala products endeavour to be relevant over different times and epochs - this equally applies to the design as well as the quality. Naturally, these conditions are also fulfilled by the Metal Box round. The lid of the Metal Boxes can easily be pressed down as well as be removed. Thereby, the design of the Taika Metal Box round which was inspired by folklore and tradition, is both playful and dreamy. Metal Box for many Purposes The Iittala Taika Metal Box is suitable for many different purposes: In the kitchen for storing coffee, tea, rice or further loose groceries. Thanks to its exclusive design, the Metal Box also looks great at other places, for example as a pen holder on the desk or for cosmetic products in the bathroom. The decorative design of Taika was created by Klaus Haapaniemi. Originally, the design was destined for the Iittala series Aika by Heikki Orvola, but the result was so impressive that it was immediately decided to launch a complete new series.
  • Phi - Paper Scissors
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    Phi - Paper Scissors
    The paper scissors by Phi are a re-edition of the 50s. They are a retro office accessory, which upgrade every desk with their elegantly swung shapes. The poetical design of the stainless steel scissors were initially presented by the designer Antonia Campi in 1958. The Neto scissors, which is the name Campi gave them, were already very popular then. The special design is also presented in the collection of the Pinakothek of Modern Art in Munich – as example of Italian design history. A re-edition of the shapely scissors is now available thanks to the Swiss company Phi. The elegant design is available in two sizes. As paper or universal scissors.
  • 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.
  • Holstee - The Manifesto Greeting Card
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    Holstee - The Manifesto Greeting Card
    For those who love the Holstee manifest, here comes a solution of how spreading it in the world! The Manifesto Greeting Card makes it easy to share inspiration, confidence and good Design with friends. The success of the manifest of Holstee came as fast as unexpected: The poster was spread in the media from the beginning – online and offline. The manifest spreads values which represent a happier, more conscience and more social life. Values that motivate us in a fast world, giving us confidence – the three founders of the company had a wonderful idea with it. The Manifesto Greeting Card enters homely walls as art print now. The Manifesto Greeting Card is produced by Holstee in the USA out of ecologic “Stonehenge paper”, which is similar to the material used for screens. Stonehenge is made of 100% cotton, it is acids-free and slightly marbled. The Pantone-black graphic layer looks noble and deep on the special and longevity material. An envelope out of Neenah Kraft paper is also included in the delivery package – botk papers are FSC-certified and have ecological seals of approval.
  • Umbra - Garbino Can
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    Umbra - Garbino Can
    Products designed by Karim Rashid, like for example the wastebasket “Garbo", have become design icons and echo world-wide in collections of museums. Already since 1996, the manufacturer Umbra produces the wastebasket Garbo quite successful. It was the first product that Karim Rashid designed for Umbra and it counts as one of the most sold articles of the canadian company. 1997 The Garbino trash can was awarded with the Good Design (USA) together with the bigger Garbo Can and the smaller Garbini Can. Today you will find him among other things in permanent showrooms in MoMA, New York, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Chicago Athenaeum Museum or the Montreal Museum of Decorative Arts. The twisting and rolling Garbino consists of nonbreakable- and shock proof polypropylene. It is available in different colours.
  • manufacturer Luckies Luckies - Scratch Map Travel Edition
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    manufacturer Luckies Luckies - Scratch Map Travel Edition
    The Scratch Map Travel Edition follows the original by Luckies now in a smaller format, fitting in every backpack to be taken with you while travelling. The special something: The Travelmap has different images on both sides. It doesn’t matter if you plan a short trip to an interesting city or a trip around the world: The personal world map is always with you! As well as the big brother. The Travelmap’s surface has to be rubbed away to see shiny colours and interesting details. That’s how an individual travelling map emerges which is absolutely unique. The front side of the Luckies Scratch Map Travel Edition is closer to details. On the other side there is enough space to note personal experiences you made on the road. This makes the Travelmap even more personal than the original Scratch Map. Luckies produces the Travelmap out of high class paper. The individual travelling map is packed in a box, to be used as beautiful gift as well.
  • Hem emblem Hem - Vinkel Wall Mirror
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    Hem emblem Hem - Vinkel Wall Mirror
    Vinkel (which means “angle” in German) is a wall mirror designed after a concept from the Berlin design duo halb/halb. The Vinkel mirror is made of two glass parts, which enable different glimpses inside and outside. The mirror is bent in order two show you two perspectives and it also enables an economic packaging and an easy transport. The Vinkel mirror is adjustable in three different positions. According to the angle of the bent mirror it is possible for two people to look at themselves in the mirror, which can stand next to each other or behind each other. The Vinkel mirror also enables interesting perspectives and reflections of your home. The intelligent bending mechanism makes it easy to connect two mirror halves. The foldable mirror is delivered in a space saving packaging and it is easily mounted without additionally tools. Please also note the video about how the mirror is mounted.
  • Swedese - Tree, wall-mounted coat stand
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    Swedese - Tree, wall-mounted coat stand
    The Tree wardrobe by the two designers Michael Young and Katrin Pettursdottir is the perfect symbiosis of form and function. The design of Tree is based on the appearance of a tree. The clothes are hanged on the branches. This symbiosis of fantasy design and practical usage enables the application of Tree at every desired place. The Tree coat stand can serve as towel holder in the bathroom, as clothes rack in the bedroom or as conventional coat stand in the hall – the usage possibilities are practical and unlimited. The Tree design also spreads elegant and fantasy charm at every place: The influence of nature is unmistakable and the form is idealized so much, that Tree does even fit in simpler surroundings having a still elegant appearance. The wall-mounting coat stand Tree from Swedese is also available in the colours black-lacquered and oak nature-lacquered. Moreover it can be demanded in a 134 centimetres size.
  • Menu Design Menu - Afteroom Clothes Hook
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    Menu Design Menu - Afteroom Clothes Hook
    The Afteroom clothes hook is a simple key-chain for coats, clothes or hats. It was designed by the young Stockholm design team Afteroom. Both designers of the team Hung-Ming Chen and Chen-Yen Wei are inspired by their intense interest in proportions, materials and cultures. All the Afteroom products are characterized by a lot of simplicity, which comes from the love for Scandinavian design. The Afteroom clothes hook is based on the same approach. It is simple – its surface and its button, its right and its left side are simple. It is easily mounted at the wall and all the screws are hidden in the frame, in order to not disturb the clear appearance. Hung-Ming Chen and Chen-Yen Wei are two warm, hearty people – and they are also extremely talented designer. They come from Taiwan and manage their studio in Stockholm. Their design philosophy includes the concentration on simplicity and honesty. “We understand ourselves as lawyers of this time, willing to design pretty things that become more and more valuable. Designs for a whole life.”
  • 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.
  • Vitra - Cushion Toostripe
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    Vitra - Cushion Toostripe
    The American designer Alexander Girard designed more than 300 different graphic designs as manager of the textiles department of Herman Miller. The numerous patterns and motives mirror the passion for travelling, nature, urban life and folk arts of the designer and shows floral shapes as well as geometric patterns and colourful figurative details. The [b}Toostripe design from 1965 also mirrors that passion with powerful orange and red tones on it. The colourful Toostripe cushion sets noticeable accents in your living room. Relax a little while with the cushions of the Vitra Home Complements Collection alone or combined with other cushions and textiles. The colourful cover appears filled with feathers in a separate cotton case. This makes it easy to clean the pillowcase without damaging the feathers.
  • Vitra - Cushion Small Dot Pattern Document reserve
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    Vitra - Cushion Small Dot Pattern Document reserve
    Got to the heart The Small Dot cushions by Charles and Ray Eames concentrates on the philosophy of the designers. “Everything is connected”. Charles and Ray Eames are famous as the most influential designers of the 20 th century because of the iconic chairs of them. Architecture and furniture design weren’t the only branches they influenced, since they also designed textiles. Some of their textiles are monochromatic and others multicoloured. The fabrics are often ornamented by hand-drawn, geometric forms that become a pattern when they are repeated. The trained paintress Ray Eames designed the Eames Dot pattern in 1949. The pattern is based on hand-drawn designs of artists, created on an exact pattern. The popular textile design was printed on napkins, bags, curtains and cushions since then. Thereby the stylish design with the simple colours fits in every living room since then.
  • Hem emblem Hem - Hitch Mirror
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    Hem emblem Hem - Hitch Mirror
    The Hitch mirror is a design by the American design couple Chelsea and James Minola, known as “Grain” producing natural products for modern homes. The pebble-like wall mirror appears with a robust natural rope, which is fixed at the mirror with a simple knot and which will hang the mirror. The natural shape and materials characterize the sophisticated design by Chelsea and James Minola, who concentrate on sustainability and produce their objects in limited editions.
  • 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.
  • Offecct - Soundwave Scrunch Acoustic panel
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    Offecct - Soundwave Scrunch Acoustic panel
    The acoustic panel Scrunch improves the room acoustic and absorbs noises with higher frequencies from 500 HZ up. The Scrunch acoustic panel of the Soundwave series of Offecct is perfectly suitable for absorbing disturbing noises like voices, telephones or other office noises. With this attribute Scrunch makes undisturbed work possible, plus it allows privacy and a quiet atmosphere in offices, restaurants and other public areas. The acoustic panel Scrunch was created in 2001 by Teppo Asikkainen. The design resembles crumpled-up paper and gives a wall an organic pleasant look. Scrunch can be easily fixed to the wall without any additional parts. It holds on the wall with two adhesive stripes on the backside. With this easy mounting possibility acoustic panels can be hung up together, to match any size room. The acoustic panel from Offecct have been tested by Swedish National Testing and Research Institute Acoustics (report P102366) The acoustic panel is available in the colours green, orange, light grey, dark grey. Additionally all other products of the Soundwave series can be ordered as well.
  • Applicata - Luna Candleholder
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    Applicata - Luna Candleholder
    The Danish Anders Nørgaard created the Luna candleholder – a flexible object which adapts to the wishes of the user. The Danish manufacturer Applicata presents a form reduced design object which concentrates on functionality and adaptability, presented in typically Nordic manner. Luna – a candleholder with many different faces Luna is made of a tray of oak wood and four candleholders. The candleholders are arbitrarily organized surrounding the tray; they can be moved, removed and pinned again. The flexibility of this candleholder discloses numerous usage possibilities. Use it for four candles in the advent season and place a bit of fir, nuts and apples on the tray. The candleholder also looks gorgeous with only one of two candles during the rest of the year. Use the round tray as deposit for fruits or for small objects. It will always look different depending on the coating you give to it. The designer Anders Nørgaard was inspired by the sky for his candleholder: Volatile and impressive with the moon in the middle and the sparking stars surrounding it – sometimes more and sometimes less. It was his intention to design a candleholder which would be usable during the whole year and which would have an individual appearance.
  • ferm living logo ferm living - Marble Candleholder
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    ferm living logo ferm living - Marble Candleholder
    Marble is back – and not only for the ground! The marble candleholder by ferm living brings the noble natural stones back on the table. Marble is loved because of its special shimmer since thousands of years. When it is combined with candlelight, this shimmer even gets brighter, which is the reason why ferm living developed a stylish candleholder out of marble. The candleholder by ferm living is especially stylish when there are several specimen of it next to each other. Whether in equal or different sizes: That depends on the taste of the owner.
  • Vitra - Alexander Girard Love Pillow
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    Vitra - Alexander Girard Love Pillow
    As textiles designer, architect, interior designer and collector, Alexander Girard developed materials and patterns that conform with the most innovative furniture of his time in the textiles department of Herman Miller in a leading position from 1952 to 1975. At that time also the design of the Love Cushion emerged which is produced by the manufacturer Maximo after the original creation from Alexander Girard today. The Love Pillow consists of 100% cotton and appears with a huge, red heart and a Love-writing in its middle. Furthermore, at the lower border there is a writing with the signature of Alexander Girard. Alexander Girard counts to the most embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period together with George Nelson as well as Charles and Ray Eames. The designs from Girard are still distributed by manufacturers like Maximo, Herman Miller, Vitra and other producers. They haven’t lost any of their actuality until today.
  • Snug.studio - snug.triangle Gift Boxes
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    Snug.studio - snug.triangle Gift Boxes
    Try to offer something different: The snug.triangle gift boxes by Snug-studio are unusual packaging methods that might even be more interesting than the content. The snug-triangle gift boxes are delivered as tinkering sheets. The gift boxes are cut out of the template, then fold and then glued until there are three different sized pyramids in different colours (marble, black, pink). The snug.triangle folding boxes’ laterals by Snug have a length of 6,8 and 10 cm. Small, noble gifts, such as jewellery find a suitable place in the Snug.studio boxes.
  • Vitra - Hand and Dove Canvas Graphic
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    Vitra - Hand and Dove Canvas Graphic
    Powerful colours and patterns, abstract and geometric shapes or unique colour constellations: That’s Alexander Girard’s world. The architect and designer belongs to the embossing figures of American Post War design. The focus of his creation was designing textiles, where he developed his love for colours, textures and graphic patterns. His designs, like the Hand and Dove Canvas Graphic now expand the accessories collection of Vitra. Alexander Girard develops his screen-print panels since 1971. They were made to equip offices, adding emotional components to them, making them more vital: The Environmental Enrichment Panels, which also include the Hand and Dove Canvas Graphic. Thereby he prefers to work with abstract graphic patterns or with figurative images of known motives like love, comfort, liberty, etc. The wide wall panels with their versatile, inspiring motives are as well suitable to be used in private rooms. The re-edition of the Environmental Enrichment Panels by Vitra doesn’t only include the Hand and Dove Canvas Graphic, but also motives of different sizes, high class screen-prints on canvas. The Vitra art prints appear on a board with distance frames, they are easily fixed and become individual decoration pieces for homes and working places.
  • Gingko - Cube
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    Gingko - Cube
    Time can be smart, clever, ultra-stylish, functional and simple with this cube walnut wooden alarm clock. The unique alarm clock made of wood doesn’t only have a reduced design, but many functions as well. This cube walnut alarm clock can tell you the time, date and temperature alternately in red LED colour on a walnut wood-effect block at the click of your fingers and automatically switches off when the room is quiet, lighting up again when the alarm goes off or as a response to clicked fingers or clapped hands. The numbers seem to float on the lovely wooden block, but that's just half the magic of this cuboid with a conscience. It's a clever home accessory, especially if you don't like a bright light shining in your bedroom at night. But if you need to check the time, you can just click your fingers or gently tap your bedside table and the time will appear, so you don't have to struggle to find your smartphone in the darkness anymore. More details: Features. Display: Time/date/temperature or only time. Display with permanent illumination or illumination by snapping with fingers/clapping/touching the clock. Is automatically dimmed between 21:00 and 7:00 o‘clock. Three alarm modes with snooze function. Alarm for week days/weekends separately adjustable. 12/24 Hours to be displayed and temperature in °C or °F. Internal batteries to save changes. Powered with electricity via USB cable or with 3 AAA batteries (not included in the delivery)
  • Tom Dixon. The Company Tom Dixon - Etch Votive Candle
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    Tom Dixon. The Company Tom Dixon - Etch Votive Candle
    The Etch votive candle was designed in the typical Tom Dixon -style: Made of polished metal and with extravagant shapes. The different openings in the material, which are altogether still very fine, let the light shimmer with many facets through the gaps, spreading decent shadows into the place. The gaps seem to have appeared naturally in the Tom Dixon Etch votive candle, or even “etched”. But that’s not how it emerged! The unusual appearance of the Etch votive candle also comes from an unusual processing: Tom Dixon used an industrial production method which normally serves to produce small electric devices. For this candleholder. This method allows the British designer to cut the fine and detailed patterns and structures into the metal of the candleholder, so that they act organic. The Tom Dixon Etch is also available as pendant lamp.
  • Menu Design Menu - FUWL Cage Shelf
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    Menu Design Menu - FUWL Cage Shelf
    The highly talented Stockholm design office Form Us With Love (FUWL) created two weightless, functional storage boxes for Menu, which only wait for their chance to vitalize boring corridors all over the world. The Cage shelf with its wooden lid is the perfect place to store keys, purses or the mobile phone. The box under the lid can moreover be filled with scarves, gloves or hats. Cage mirror is also suitable to store things: Behind the mirror there is a wire-construction. Your sunglasses are often where they only disturb? Hang them at the sides of the box. Clothes hangers, scarves or umbrellas can also be hanged here. The FUWL team of designers explains about the collection: “The Cage family was inspired by some new ways of behaviour: We changed the way we store – or don’t store – things at home. The Cage collection has a powerful functional demand, while the single pieces it is made of are beautiful furnishing objects as well.”
  • ferm living logo ferm Living - Wire Basket
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    ferm living logo ferm Living - Wire Basket
    The ferm Living Wire Basket is versatile, it can be used for many different purposes: As storage basket for laundry, toys, small things or simply as paper bin. The clear, geometric forms distinguish this basket from others, without being boring. The practical basket’s design is reduced, so that is fits in every home without any problems. The design is unobtrusive but exciting. Ferm Living produces the Wire Basket out of powder coated iron. The material ensures long lasting, easy care and easy cleaning.
  • Jan Kurtz Möbelvertrieb GmbH Jan Kurtz - Pipeline Vase
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    Jan Kurtz Möbelvertrieb GmbH Jan Kurtz - Pipeline Vase
    The Pipeline vase from Jan Kurtz ports the inside to the outside and introduces the “industrial chic” into your home. The designer Bertrand Jayr was inspired by urban centres and industrial culture for his Pipeline vase. The tubular vase transports the sewer pipes of the streets into the house. This is how this vase from Jan Kurtz connects interior and exterior, while it emphasizes flowers that will look like they were directly coming out of the water network from under the floor. With the glass tube inside of the Pipeline, you will be able to water your flowers. A piece of art for every day Regardless of the humour, there is a piece of social criticism and moral value in the design of the Pipeline vase: The rough, industrial style contrasts the flowers planted in the concrete vase, inviting the user to think – this is a piece of art in our lives. The production out of concrete makes the Pipeline vase from Jan Kurtz suitable to be used outside.
  • ferm living logo ferm Living - Black Mini Triangle Cushion
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    ferm living logo ferm Living - Black Mini Triangle Cushion
    The ferm Living Black Mini Triangle cushion is a modern possibility of embellishing the private wellness place. It also serves as decoration item, since the combination of white and black always means something special. The hand printed Black Mini Triangle cushion from ferm Living is made of 100% cotton canvas and it is file with feathers and down. Furthermore the cushion by ferm Living has been honoured with the Global Organic Textile Standard quality seal because of the gaining of ecological raw material. The graphic designed and still clear acting Black Mini Triangle cushion can carefully be washed at 30°C.
  • Domestic - Catenkit Wall Sticker
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    Domestic - Catenkit Wall Sticker
    Cool, happy and always in action come the cats on the Vinyl-Wall Sticker Catenkit of the graphic-design office ich&kar. Not only for cat lovers, especially for all the ones who want decoration in and especially on their walls, Catenkit is a true enrichment. The manufacturer Domestic presents the Vinyl-Wall Sticker Catenkit in a pack with five cats, which can be put on the wall individually. Besides the here offered black version, the Catenkit Wall Sticker is also available with pink coloured cats.
  • Remember - Black & White Vase
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    Remember - Black & White Vase
    Curtains up! The Black & White vase by Remember is a flowers vase which suits in all kinds of furnishings with its graphically decent style. Its simple, striped design sets accents, without pushing the flowers to the background. The Black & White vase by Remember is especially emphasized when different sizes of it are presented together. Remember produces the black & White vases out of porcelain. This isn’t only sophisticated, but as well practical, since the flowers vase is easily cleanable in the dishwasher that way. Black & White is a complete collection from Remember. All the other products of the series from the German manufacturer are also available on demand.
  • Georg Jensen - Christmas Mobile 1984
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    Georg Jensen - Christmas Mobile 1984
    A real classic: For the 30 th anniversary of the Christmas Collectibles, Georg Jensen has revived the first Christmas Mobile 1984. The Georg Jensen Christmas Collectibles were first introduced in 1984, and ever since became a permanent Christmas tradition. Every single year a new collection comes out. The tender heart with the gentle-sounding bell brings back memories of the traditional Christmas decoration which does not only looks perfectly decorative on the Christmas tree but also on doors as well as windows. The Christmas Mobile 1984 of the Christmas Collectibles Series by Georg Jensen consists of brass plated with 24 kt. Gold and is delivered with a traditional red ribbon.
  • Müller Möbelfabrikation - Wall05 Wall Shelf
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    Müller Möbelfabrikation - Wall05 Wall Shelf
    The Wall05 wall shelf from Müller Möbelfabrikation takes off from other shelves in the real sense of the word. It looks unusually weightless and it attracts all curious glimpses because of the way it is fixed at the wall and because of the emphasis of the horizontal position. Individuality hardly knows limits at the Wall Shelf: The wall metal shelves by Müller Möbel can be painted in all RAL colours in semi-matt and they fit in the back wall in every possible combination. The back wall is made of a birch-multiplex board with a resistant laminate coating in white or black. The Jan Armgardt designer wall shelf is available in two different sizes: As Wall05 with five elements and Wall04 with four elements. The shelf from Müller Möbelfabrikation is delivered with wall mounting hardware.
  • Hay - neues dänisches Design Hay - Colour Binder
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    Hay - neues dänisches Design 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.
  • Pop Chart Lab - The Field Guide to Famous Felines
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    Pop Chart Lab - The Field Guide to Famous Felines
    The Field Guide to Famous Felines a veritable who’s who of famous felines from books, TV, movies, cartoons, comics and the internet - And forms an über-cat of considerable cuteness! This hand-illustrated field guide pulls together 79 of our favourite cats and kitties of movies and popular culture. Whether they're musical (The Aristocats, Keyboard Cat, MC Skat Kat), mighty (Lion-O, Battle Cat) or just hate Mondays and love lasagna (Garfield), this maximalist menagerie of mice-haters has something for the cat lover in all of us. The cats poster is completed with comic animals of the Simpsons or the Looney Toons. Pop Chart Lab produces the graphic out of 271 g/qm paper in archive quality, which is FSC-certified, of course. The poster is printed in an Offset-procedure with vegetable ink and it is delivered in a gift box. All the working steps take place in Brooklyn at Pop Chart Lab and each specimen is limited to 1000 pieces, numbered and signed by hand by the designer.
  • 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.
  • Lexon - Maizy Calculator
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    Lexon - Maizy Calculator
    It doesn’t need much for a device to be a good calculator; The good form and the easy handling make the Maizy calculator by Lexon a practical helper in the office. Maizy’s display with 10 digits is easy to understand – as well as the rest of the design, without any escapades. This is how the Maizy calculator is serious enough for every office, but always friendly to look at because of its white-green design. The small pocket calculator by Lexon moreover has a memory capacity which allows memorizing the whole calculation process. Lexon manufactures the Maizy calculator out of PLA – a composite material based on cereals. The green will to change the world is directly included in the delivery package, since it contains solar cells for the energy for Maizy.
  • Phi - Universal Scissors
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    Phi - Universal Scissors
    The universal scissors by Phi are a re-edition of the 50s. A retro office accessory, which upgrades every desk with their elegantly swung shapes. The poetical design of the stainless steel scissors were initially presented by the designer Antonia Campi in 1958. The Neto scissors, which is the name Campi gave them, were already very popular then. The special design is also presented in the collection of the Pinakothek of Modern Art in Munich – as example of Italian design history. A re-edition of the shapely scissors is now available thanks to the Swiss company Phi. The elegant design is available in two sizes. As paper or universal scissors.
  • Phi - Letter Opener
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    Phi - Letter Opener
    The letter opener by Phi is a classic office accessory. The Swiss company concentrates on the original home objects and accessories basing on the Phi thesis, in order to re-vitalize them in their functional utility context. Phi concentrates on the sensual utility of different objects for the desk in this digital era, where traditional letter-writing is replaced by electronic notices. The Phi letter opener therefore focusses on swung shapes of stainless steel, which are pleasant to be touched. Another office accessory by Phi is the re-edition of the design scissors by Antonia Campi. Discover elegant home accessories with a great history by Phi.
  • Holstee - Wiring Diagram Poster
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    Holstee - Wiring Diagram Poster
    Holstee represents inspiration and confidence. Creative art prints by the American manufacturer transmit the positive messages with graphic design into the own four walls. The three founders of the American manufacturer Holstee have the aim of motivating other people and to change their creative thoughts. The creative art prints from Holstee want to do that exactly, with new style Several creative art prints are available out of the series, with one thing in common: The sustainable and uncompromisingly high quality. The creative art prints are made out of extra-thick, ecological “Savoy-Paper” by Holstee in the USA, which is a material similar to the one used for screeds. Savoy is made of 100% cotton, it is acids-free and it connects the elegance of the traditional world with modern appearance. The print-pressed silver or gold foils act especially deep ad noble on the special and longevity material. The paper is FSC-certified and it has the seal of the Rainforest Alliance.
  • Rosenthal - Paper bag vase - ceramics
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    Rosenthal - Paper bag vase - ceramics
    The paper bag vases by the designer Tapio Wirkkala turn the crinkled paper bag into a design object. The exceptional paper bag vase by the Finnish designer plays with the image of a rumpled paper bag, which is actually a symbol of a used and worn-out object. The design pf the vase conserves buckles, folds and edges in the form of the best porcelain and so it creates a sculptural character. Inside the paper bag vase by Rosendahl single flowers or whole sprays can be presented, depending on the size of the vase. The simple material of the vase accentuates the spectacular look of the flowers and grounds the playful design. The combination of classic materials and spectacular and humorous design make up the charm of the paper bag vase, which satisfies friends of traditional vases and fans of exceptional designs alike. The white paper bag vase is also available with a height of 18 cm. The ceramics paper bag vase is also available in sizes of 18 cm, 28 cm or 48 cm.
  • Vitra - Classic Tray Love Heart
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    Vitra - Classic Tray Love Heart
    Alexander Girard designed more than 300 graphics with love for details. The very popular Love Herat pattern is displayed on many furniture pieces, home accessories and textiles. Vitra selected some of Alexander Girard’s patterns to be re-edited in the Vitra Home Complements Collection in cooperation with Girard’s family, which runs the heritage of the designer with the Girard Studio. The tray is available in different sizes and it is wonderfully suitable to be used during a comfortable breakfast in the bed or as decoration item in the living room. The Classic Trays harmonize with each other in order to be stickered and to become a colourful ensemble whenever you want to. The trays of laminated plywood should only be cleaned by hand. Available in different sizes.
  • Georg Jensen - Alfredo Vase stainless steel
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    Georg Jensen - Alfredo Vase stainless steel
    The Alfredo Glass Vase by Georg Jensen is characterised by its dynamic but still simple visual appearance. Designer Alfredo Häberli combines tradition with innovation in elegant shapes made of stainless steel. With power and positive appearance, the vases of George Jensen fit effortlessly in the daily use. They are elegant basics for the modern lifestyle and also complete the ambiance of an inviting evening with a lot of elegance. The Alfredo vase can be used single or in a group. Combining different Alfredo vases creates unexpected tension. The vases are manufactured of stainless steel. With their distinctive curves, the vases appear dynamic and powerful but at the same time simple and harmonious. With their likewise classic and modern design, the vase joins the design language of the same named Alfredo Collection of Georg Jensen without any difficulties. The vase is available in different sizes.
  • Moleskine - 18 months Notebook
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    Moleskine - 18 months Notebook
    The cult object goes into the next round: The academic calendar for 2015/2016 from Moleskine is here. The Moleskine 18 Month Weekly Notebook pocket with black hard cover is dated from July 2015 to December 2016. Formatted to show the week's appointments on the left and a ruled page for notes and ideas on the right, this popular planner style is perfect for students and professionals. The Moleskine books can look back on a long tradition: Since nearly two centuries, the books serve creative heads, artists and thinkers like Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso and Ernest Hemmingway as important companions for their thoughts and concepts. Originally, the notebooks were produced by a little French bookbinder who sold them to interested people in Paris. Back in these days, the books didn't even have an own name. Slowly but surely, they disappeared from the market because the producer shut down his business. In the 1980s the small black books were no longer available. Soon afterwards, Bruce Chatwin talked about the story of his notebook in his book "Dream Paths". He nicknamed it Moleskine. Moreover, Chatwin bought all books of this kind he could find afterwards. In 1998, a small Milan company took over Chatwin's idea and brought the books back onto the market - now known as the Moleskine notebooks. Meanwhile, the name Moleskine is a well-established brand. The books, calendars and notebooks accompany people all over the world.
  • Applicata - ObjectBox
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    Applicata - ObjectBox
    The ObjectBox from Applicata convinces with straight outlines and noble design. The designer Maya Bille created the practical storage boxes. She had the aim of modernizing natural materials like the beautiful Nordic oak wood. The ObjectBox: Storage box and decorative object The ObjectBox includes two elements: The box and a lid. The box is made of oak wood. The lid was made of Plexiglas by the designer – which is the modern part of this product. It is available in many powerful colours. This means that the box isn’t only a practical storage item, but as well a stylish piece of decoration in every home. The lid is pushedon the top of the box from one of its sides. A wooden edge at the Plexiglas lid closes the box suitable ensuring a balanced image. All the box fit inside of each other and they are stackable. The storage boxes of Applicata organize the small things of life with style. They are available in different sizes to be used for the most different purposes. Use them for office items, jewellery, letters, postcards, makeup or small things from the kitchen. You decide.
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