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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Iittala - Light up your life
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    Iittala - Light up your life
    For relaxing moments. The Aalto bowl out of stainless steel with one clear and one grey Kivi lantern and one rain blue Kastehelmi lantern for perfectly atmospheric candlelight. Kivi mood lights – Oiva Toikka 1964 The coloured pieces of light are the result of much experience regarding the processing of glass. The colours and the thicknesses of the thoroughly dyed glasses seem to make the flames shine brighter. Kivi is a real iittala classic which makes the experience of the manufacturer clearly observable. Kastehelmi mood lights – Oiva Toikka 1964 The name Kastehelmi (natural drop in Finnish) refers to the air bubbles inside of the pressed glass. The natural drops, inspired by Finnish nature, shine like a thread with pearls in the morning sun. The votive candle inside of the lantern spreads shadows through the glass, for a beautiful light effect. Alvar Aalto bowl – Alvar Aalto 1936 The basic design of this bowl comes from Alvar Aalto. His famous vase from 1936 is a real style icon of modern design. The flowing, organic form was inspired by the bizarre map of Finland. As if one looked at a sea or a lake from above. That was the source of inspiration for this set. Since it is a real small sea, with mysterious lights swimming inside of it.
  • Menu Design Menu - Knobs
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    Menu Design Menu - Knobs
    The multi-purpose, flexible Menu wall hooks Knobs are developed by the designer team Norm. Their job is to hold jackets and coats in the corridors or towels and accessory in the bathroom. Norm has created the wall hooks Knobs in a simple style but with a high recognition value. The roundings of Menu Knobs give a soft impression but still have a stron visual and iconic charisma. The Knobs are made of powder-coated steel or ash wood by Menu. The Knobs look especially good when they appear in a group. There are more colours available on demand.
  • Skagerak - Push
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    Skagerak - Push
    Newish furniture can be created with classic materials: The Skagerak Push is a mix of wardrobe, coat rack, tray, shelf and mirror. The idea of unusual furnishing elements came from Stine H. Andersen. Diverse tubes serve to hang clothes with or without hangers. Under the mirror of the Push wardrobe there is a flat tray to place more clothes on. The mirror of the Skagerak Push hides the clothes and it visually organizes the whole thing, while it still displays the appearance of the user. A fine detail: The part of the tray in front of the mirror is usable for small accessories, such as sunglasses, keys or purses. Skagerak produces the Stine Hedelund designer Push with the usual high quality and out of FSC-certified oak wood. The versatile piece isn’t only a practical eye-catcher in entrance halls, but it is also a welcome helper in the bedroom.
  • Menu Design Menu - Norm Wire Bowl
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    Menu Design Menu - Norm Wire Bowl
    The Menu Wire Bowl was mainly made for fruits, but it can be used for everything: Apples, oranges and magazines or wool balls can be stored in here. The Menu Wire Bowl was made by the Danish team of designers Norm Architects. The practical bowl has a clear design, so that it fits in every home without any problems. The design, which looks like a cable was lied around an invisible bowl, looks unobtrusive and still not at all profane. Menu produces the Wire Bowl out of powder-coated steel, The material of the wire bowl ensures to last for a long time, it is easily cleaned and it allows easy handling. The Wire Bowl wonderfully suits the bigger version of it, the Wire Bin.
  • Menu Design Menu - My Spot Pinboard
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    Menu Design Menu - My Spot Pinboard
    Menu presents a pinboard of a different kind: My Spot plays with gravity, arrangements, contrasts and minimalistic shapes. The simple design from My Spot is based on only five things: Three anchors, one weight and one black thread. Calendars, dates, notes, sketches, timetables or post cards can be hanged with this simple method. My Spot keeps all the important things near you. Menu produces the unusual My Spot pinboard, designed by Jan Plechac and Henry Wielgus, out of anodized aluminium. The board is also available in further colours.
  • Menu Design Menu - Jewellery Box
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    Menu Design Menu - Jewellery Box
    The slim design of the Jewellery Box designed by Theresa Arns has a geometric expression and a very sculptural character, whether it is opened or closed. All the small, precious and personal objects get a stylish place in the Jewellery Box from the Danish company Menu. Whether you use it to store jewellery, makeup or small office items – everything can be organized and stored in the small compartments of the box. One practical detail is the mirror inside of the lid. This one can be used to put on makeup or jewellery or simply to control the hair look. The Jewellery Boxes by Menu are available in different wooden editions.
  • Menu Design Menu - FUWL Cage Mirror
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    Menu Design Menu - FUWL Cage Mirror
    The highly talented design team Form Us With Love (FUWL) designed two weightless, functional storage boxes for the manufacturer Menu, which only wait to vitalize empty and boring corridors all over the world. The Cage Rack is a perfect place to store keys, purses or mobile phones with the wooden lid. The basket under the lid can moreover be used to hang scarves, gloves or umbrellas. Cage Mirror is also made to store things: Behind the mirror there is a wire construction. Your sunglasses are often where they only disturb? Hang them at the basket. Clothes hangers, scarves or umbrellas can also be hanged there. The FUWL design team explained their 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.”
  • Menu Design Menu - POV Candleholder Large
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    Menu Design Menu - POV Candleholder Large
    The POV Large candleholder is the big brother of the POV Table candleholder - the equally weightless, clever and playful product, which is a little bigger. It is beautiful as single piece of decoration and it surprises when some models are combined with each other. The POV (Point Of View) is the point the camera is fixed on, in the cinema – the eye of the viewer. And according to the point of view, things might change – arrangements, stories and the way we interpret things. The POV from Menu works this way as well: The candleholder seems to change according to the angle it is observed from. We see a flat graphical pattern from one angle and we see graphical lines, floating on air, from another angle. The shadows and forms change – It is simply funny to interact with this object. The POV candleholders were developed by the Swedish designers from Note Design Studio.
  • Menu Design Menu - POV Table Candleholder
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    Menu Design Menu - POV Table Candleholder
    The Menu POV (Point of View) Candle Holder is a lightly, playful and smart design object - it can be used single or in a group of candle holders. Moreover, it is gorgeous on its own but as well spectacular as a graphic exemplar on the table. In movies, the Point of View is the central focus of the camera. The eye of the observer. Depending on this point of view things change - the scene, the story and plot and therefore, the interpretation. According to your observing angle of the POV Candle Holder, you will discover that its appearance changes. From a certain angle, the POV Table Candle Holder appears like a flat graphic drawing, whereas observed from a different one the Candle Holder suddenly seems to float in the air. Shadows and shapes change and this way, the Menu POV becomes a playful object.
  • Sticky Jam - Advent Calendar
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    Sticky Jam - Advent Calendar
    Life is like an advent calendar… One never knows what might be behind the next door. There are the perfect Christmas accessories by sticky jam for the surprises to be great every time: The advent calendar with especially large bags. These secret keepers ensure great enthusiasm and also guarantees some reward. The advent calendar by sticky jam can be filled with many individual things consisting of 24 printed bags (15 x 12 x 5.5 cm) and a 12 m velvet band. Surprise your beloved ones again and again every day. Your creativity isn’t limited.
  • 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.
  • Menu Design Menu - SeeMee Glass Baubles
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    Menu Design Menu - SeeMee Glass Baubles
    SeeMee is a special decoration idea. The small glass baubles from Menu present favourite pieces from all sides and they shine in the best light. It’s true: Showcases become modern, but not everyone likes to have his decoration presented that way. The decoration idea by the design team Dusk & Sparkle for Menu is innovative and different. The content of the baubles is visible from all sides since they are made of glass This ensures new perspectives and attracted glimpses. The See Mee glass baubles offer enough space for small pieces of jewellery with their diameter of 8 cm. A leather strap and a brass label with the Menu logo upgrade the baubles eve more.
  • Skagerak - Frame Bowl
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    Skagerak - Frame Bowl
    Frame from Skagerak is a bowl reduced to the skeleton. The Frame bowl’s form was inspired by the framework of a wooden ship. The form lifts off of the table and is decorative and functional. Fruits, vegetables and other small things find their place in the Frame bowl. The bowl’s content is always visible because of the spaces between the wooden bars. Frame is an example for a loosely and transparent design made of wood. The Frame bowl consists of high quality teak wood. The main idea behind Frame was to manufacture as much as possible from as little material as possible. This is a product process-project that uses resources that would be lost other ways.
  • Skagerak - Dania Letter Tray
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    Skagerak - Dania Letter Tray
    Office accessories made of wood are en vogue. Skagerak presents a tray out of that natural material with the Dania Letter Tray , made with uncompromising Skagerak quality. We like classic materials and solutions in a world of continuous technical development. So where could wooden products fit better than in offices? Wood looks warm and friendly and it is as practical as other paper trays made of plastic or metal. Documents and letters with DIN A4-formats perfectly fit in the single trays. The tray of the Dania collection is made by Skagerak out of FSC-certified, massive oak wood. The single drawers are extractable, in order to reach the documents in the trays a bit easier. These classic, but central qualities make the Letter Tray different to other organizers made of wood.
  • Vitra - Wooden Dolls
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    Vitra - Wooden Dolls
    Half decorative element, half toy, this wooden dolls initially emerged for the own usage of the designer Alexander Girard. After the originals of his heritage, the times happy and times grimly collection is re-edited as enrichment for every furnishing. The Wooden Dolls were initially designed by Alexander Girard for his house in Santa Fe, they are self made. Inspiration for the small figures was found by the designer in his own extensive folk-art collection. In cooperation with Charles and Ray Eames as well as George Nelson, Alecander Girard counts to the embossing figures of the American design of the post-war-period. The focus of his wude product range was the textile design, whereas the intense work with South American, Asian and East European folk-art was a huge inspiration source. The Wooden Dolls consist of massive fir wood and they are hand coloured. The delivery occurs in a printed wooden boy, with the brochure. The Wooden Dolls with the numbers 13 – 16 are also available.
  • Menu Design Menu - Shadow Play Tealight Holder
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    Menu Design Menu - Shadow Play Tealight Holder
    Working for Norm Architects in Copenhagen, as well as in the Søren Rose Studio in New York, the young Norwegian Falke Svatum developed numerous exciting design ideas. One of them was the idea for a new, magical tealight holder, which was realized by Falke Svatum together with the Danish company Menu. The Shadow Play tealight holder is a charming candleholder for all the common votive candles. If a candle is lighted, the flame will spread playful, soft shadows to the backwall glass and the light will be reflected to its surrounding. Whether on a shelf, on a table or on the windowsill: The Shadow Play tealight holder deserves its name and it enchants by means of a soft, comfortable interplay of shadows. Menu produces the Shadow Play tealight holder out of powder coated steel. It is available in further colours.
  • 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.
  • 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.”
  • 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.”
  • 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.
  • Skagerak - Christmas Tree Base (white)
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    Skagerak - Christmas Tree Base (white)
    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. That wood is especially sustainable, since it is only felled, when the tree produced latex for many years and when its production ended. Moreover this kind of wood 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 teak wood edition.
  • einblattkalender 2015
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    einblattkalender 2015
    Einblattkalender is an annual calendar on one single, high quality sheet of paper. It appears in highly limited edition from only 1000 specimens, completely without publicity and young dogs. A stamp with handwriting numbering makes it a special and unique piece – safely packaged in a translucent quiver it is comfortable to give away as a gift. Every line from Einblattkalender is hand drawn and vibration-vivid, without infringing the clarity and the easy handling. Einblattkalender: The central annual overview for the family, offices and living communities… it gets more beautiful the more it is used! The Düsseldorf artist Nadine Vericat and the Berliner product designer Nina Witkiewicz designed einblattkalender.
  • 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.
  • Menu Design Menu - Show Tealigth Holder
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    Menu Design Menu - Show Tealigth Holder
    Show Tealight is a new interpretation of one of the Menu classics: The Galerie Candle Holder. Menu re-interpreted the ancient design with the Show candleholder made to dazzle your windowsills, to cosy up your grey afternoons and warm your windy nights. The Show Tealight has its name from the fact of emphasizing all kinds of things in its small glass container. Small decoration accessories, matches or other small things are wonderfully presented in here. The votive candleholder by Menu is even more powerful when it appears in groups. But alone and empty it won’t lose its utility, since the straight lined design from the team of Norm fits in every furnishing. The appearance of the Menu Show candleholder is especially distinctive because of the contrast between glass and steel, whereby the heavy material it on the top, which is rather unusual. This is how the design of the clearly designed light gets an exciting twist.
  • DIG - Wall planner 2015
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    DIG - Wall planner 2015
    Project-planning? Holiday? deadlines? Spread your dates all over the wall! With this wall calendar you will be able to label days and whole weeks on your own, you can also highlight special days with one of the 100 perforated stickers. While the English calendar on one side and the German one on the other side, it is about you how to plan your year. And since life remains unpredictable all the time, luckily the stripes can always be removed, re-located, halved or deposited for good. Whoever deals with his time that way, may end up with a bit more of it: There is enough space for vacations or holiday planning. The wall planner 2015 is delivered folded to one twelfth of its size and prettily packed in parchment paper. More details: Dimensions: 98 Cm x 68 cm, folded: 32.5 Cm x 17 cm. Calendar on both sides, each one in landscape format. Front: Just White with German calendar. Backside: Bright Mint with English calendar. Material: Balance Pure Preprint (FSC Recycling-paper) 120g/qm. Included in delivery package: 100 Post-its® 2.5 cm x 3.8 cm perforated in white. Package: Folded and in parchment paper.
  • DIG - Wall Calendar 2015
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    DIG - Wall Calendar 2015
    Birthdays, anniversaries, celebrations: This wall calendar reminds of the really important dates in life. And all it in a nice factual way. With 100 perforated Post-Its, you will be able to write and mark single days on the DIG wall calendar 2015. Labelled this way, the calendar becomes an individual wall object along the year. Whether vertical or horizontal – this wall calendar has only one thing in common with the traditional birthday calendar: The happiness of all the people we won’t forget. The wall calendar by DIG is printed climate neutral on recycled paper and wrapped in environment-friendly packing silk. The black front of the vertical side is German and the mint one on the back in a horizontal format appears in English. More details: Dimensions: 980Mm x 340mm. Calendar both-sided, one portrait and one landscape format. Landscape format: Red Red (Pantone 185*) with English calendarium. Portrait format: Muddy Black (HKS 97) with german calendarium. Material: Balance Pure Preprint (FSC Recycling-Paper) 140g/qm. Includes 100 Post-its® 25mm x 38mm perforated white (FSC recycled paper) packaging: In environment friendly packaging silk.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Remember - Desk Pad
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    Remember - Desk Pad
    A desk pad can be exciting as well! The desk pad from Remember appears in many colourful combinations and with attractive graphical patterns. Against the grey working day at the desk: What looks confusing on the first sight, can be used creatively. The differently coloured boxes can be used for notices in different categories – blue for work, yellow for home and red for leisure time. The Remember desk pad offers a lot of space for notices, telephone numbers and sketches with 52 pages, limed on the top and the bottom. And the printed centimetres scaling on the chlorine-free bleached paper replaces the ruler.
  • ferm living logo ferm Living - Christmas Tree Foot
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    ferm living logo ferm Living - Christmas Tree Foot
    The ferm Living Christmas tree foot isn’t only practical and functional – it also encourages the festively ambience because of its chic appearance. The ferm Living Christmas tree foot is easily and intuitively mounted, without any tools and difficult user’s manuals. The highly resistant screws at the Christmas tree foot out of iron hold it all safely. They take hold of the tree stem sovereignly, so that the holy days go on with a beautiful tree, without any problems.
  • 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.
  • Georg Jensen - Glow Candleholder
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    Georg Jensen - Glow Candleholder
    Inviting light: The Glow Candleholder by Georg Jensen is wonderfully suitable for pillar candles. These large candles emit particularly warm light that creates a cosy atmosphere – especially during the cold winter months. When the designer Maria Berntsen couldn't find any candleholder that holds large candles and that she also liked, she created the Glow Candleholder for Georg Jensen. Thereby, particular emphasis was placed on the elegance: Glow consists of stainless steel bars that twist and entwine around and with each other, comparable to a nostalgic version of the infinity-sign. The clever design of the candleholder by Georg Jensen gives pillar candles their distinctive character. Georg Jensen manufactures the Glow Candleholder with the accustomed high-quality polished stainless steel.
  • Donkey Poducts Donkey Products - Ribbon "Merry Christmas"
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    Donkey Poducts Donkey Products - Ribbon "Merry Christmas"
    Delight the people you love with the ribbons from Donkey Products , making a special present out of a present – twisting the recipient around the small finger! The gift ribbons are made of 5 meters satin ribbons for the right expression in every event: “Happy Birthday”, “Merry Christmas” or images like barbed wire… The Donkey Products gift ribbon “Merry Christmas” is the right ribbon for presents. The Merry Christmas satin ribbon is also suitable as decoration band for the Christmas tree or other festively purposes.
  • Dotty Edition - dot on Birthday Planner
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    Dotty Edition - dot on Birthday Planner
    Never forget a birthday again! The Dotty Edition birthday planner 12 x 1 B-day id individually fillable – with practical, writable sticky dots in nine colours, on the black or on the white calendar side. The dot on is multifunctional, personal and very special for all of you who wish to have flexibility, functionality and design in one. The birthday planner 12 x 1 B-day consists of twelve coloured sheets, one for each month. The birthday planner can be used every year, since it doesn’t have any week and year days – and the birthdays mustn’t be written again and again. Dotty Edition dot on birthday planner: Flexible and individual From now on it will be possible to organize determinate events or dates with different colours. For example, the birthdays of colleagues with yellow dots, birthdays of family members with red dots, birthdays of friends with green dots… Or if you wish to share the calendar: Peter can use the yellow dots for his dates, Ruth the red ones, grandma the blue ones. The dots can be written and adhered to the suitable dates. The Dotty Edition dot on calendar for birthdays is flexible and individual, unlike other calendars. The Dotty Edition birthday planner dot on 12 x 1 is delivered including 3 sheets with coloured dots: 1 Sheet with red, yellow, blue, green and grey dots, 1 sheet with orange, turquoise, pink, grey and purple dots as well as 1 sheet with printable dots in white. The wall calendar itself is made of stable, high class 170 g/qm photographic paper and it is matt laminated on both sides. The specialty of the dot on birthday planner: No one looks like the others – since everyone has a different colour, different dates and different places to adhere the stickers. But no day os like the other. And lets not talk about years. In the following years the dot on planner will know, when the people you love would be delighted to hear your congratulations. More details: 12 Sheets with 1 month at one glimpse each one. Material: 1470 G/qm photographic paper, matt laminated on both sides. Front white with black, back black with white calendar. 1 Sheet with red, yellow, blue, green and grey dots. 1 Sheet with orange, turquoise, pink, grey and purple dots. 1 Sheet with printable dots in white.
  • Remember - Advent Calendar 2
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    Remember - Advent Calendar 2
    An advent calendar with many faces! The Advent Calendar 2 by Remember enables uncountable combinations and it delights children and adults with its powerful graphical patterns. The Remember advent calendar includes 24 boxes, which aren’t only organized as you wish to, but which can as well be turned: The boxes have different decorations and colours on each of their 6 sides. The expressive patterns and shapes are typical for the German manufacturer Remember. The compilation of the Remember advent calendar 2 becomes a completely personal experience with its flexibility. Since that’s how the graphic Christmas calendar becomes an individual and unique piece, which attracts attention in the weeks before Christmas.
  • 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."
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Paper Collective - Spaceface
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    Paper Collective - Spaceface
    The designer Esra Røise used different techniques for her Spaceface poster. The graphic print contains elements of drawings, ink images and photo collages. Røise works a lot with faces, but the Norwegian wanted to be a bit more abstract when she created her Spaceface poster. The inspiration source of the Spaceface poster is the unexplainable feeling of not knowing if one should cry or laugh. There is the name of the manufacturer and the designer written under the Offset-printed graphic with decent letters. The Spaceface 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 Spaceface 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 psychedelic posters from Esra Røise, the donation goes to the Norwegian Council for Mental Health.
  • ferm living logo ferm Living - Herringbone Cushion
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    ferm living logo ferm Living - Herringbone Cushion
    The ferm Living Herringbone cushions set characteristic accents with colours, by means of combining powerful tones and decent backgrounds. Strong graphic patterns also characterize the Danish manufacturer. The cushions represent both of the design approaches, since they unify them. The Herringbone cushions of ferm Living have colours whose strength exemplarily represents clear and structured patterns. The tranquil basic colours still make the cushions suitable in many rooms, without acting obtrusively. Ferm Living produces the cushions out of canvas out of 100% organic cotton. Their filling of feathers and down make the hand-printed cushions comfortable and soft.
  • 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).
  • Philippi - Sphere Coat Rack Bowl
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    Philippi - Sphere Coat Rack Bowl
    Coat rack hooks per se are very practical, however, seldom are they really attractive. The Sphere by Philippi is completely different. This coat rack bowl combines practicality and design, as it resembles a wall-mounted piece of art. Once mounted, Sphere Coat Rack Bowl offers space for practically anything you carry with you, and which you’d like to store in a specific place. Personal items find room in the high-polished spherical bowl: Car keys, wallets, headphones or gloves; whereas a bag, scarfs, jackets or even the dog’s leash can be hung over your personal depot. Consider mounting several coat rack bowls next to each other: Not only will you be amazed about the storage room gained, but looking at your new piece of art will astonish you! The best part of kind of different wardrobe by Philippi is that important accessories are available with only a flick of the wrist. Philippi manufactures the Sphere Coat Rack Bowl of high-polished aluminium, the design stems from Carolin Pertsch.
  • Paper Collective - Nature 1:1 Pine Cone (soft rose)
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    Paper Collective - Nature 1:1 Pine Cone (soft rose)
    The ambition of the posters collection Nature 1:1 from Paper Collective was to combine arts with fascinating and misleading facts. The prints show the most extreme objects of nature, represented with realistic style. The Pine Cone poster represents the world’s biggest pine cone and the Hailstone poster the biggest hailstone. The objects are printed with a 1:1 scale, that’s the reason for the name of the art prints of the Nature collection from paper Collective. The rarity of the printed objects is reinforced by the realistic representation with natural style. Fine liners and FSC-certified paper were used as materials for the uncountable lines on these prints by Form Us With Love. Under the offset-print there is the name of the manufacturer and of the designers in decently written characters. The Nature 1:1 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 Nature 1:1 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 Nature poster from Form Us With Love; the donation goes to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
  • ferm living logo ferm Living - Dotted Cushion
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    ferm living logo ferm Living - Dotted Cushion
    The ferm Living Dotted cushions set characteristic accents with colours, by means of combining powerful tones and decent backgrounds. Strong graphic patterns also characterize the Danish manufacturer. The cushions represent both of the design approaches, since they unify them. The Dotted cushions of ferm Living have colours whose strength exemplarily represents clear and structured patterns. The tranquil basic colours still make the cushions suitable in many rooms, without acting obtrusively. Ferm Living produces the cushions out of canvas out of 100% organic cotton. Their filling of feathers and down make the hand-printed cushions comfortable and soft.
  • Paper Collective - Nature 1:1 Pine Cone (green)
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    Paper Collective - Nature 1:1 Pine Cone (green)
    The ambition of the posters collection Nature 1:1 from Paper Collective was to combine arts with fascinating and misleading facts. The prints show the most extreme objects of nature, represented with realistic style. The Pine Cone poster represents the world’s biggest pine cone and the Hailstone poster the biggest hailstone. The objects are printed with a 1:1 scale, that’s the reason for the name of the art prints of the Nature collection from paper Collective. The rarity of the printed objects is reinforced by the realistic representation with natural style. Fine liners and FSC-certified paper were used as materials for the uncountable lines on these prints by Form Us With Love. Under the offset-print there is the name of the manufacturer and of the designers in decently written characters. The Nature 1:1 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 Nature 1:1 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 Nature poster from Form Us With Love; the donation goes to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
  • Paper Collective - Beetle 02
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    Paper Collective - Beetle 02
    The Beetles on the poster by Paper Collective have unique shapes, which are recognized all over the world despite of - or because of - their iconic character. The poster Beetle 02 is unique because of the special printing technique, where several layers are printed on top of each other in an Offset-procedure. This is how expressive colours and colour combinations emerge which emphasize the character of the picture. Beetles represent natural elements that enrich our lives according to the design team of Note Design Studio. The name of the manufacturer and of the designer is written under the graphic print with decent letters. The Beetle 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 “Beetle” 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 Beetle 01 poster from Note Design Studio, the donation goes to Greenpeace.
  • Paper Collective - Beetle 04
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    Paper Collective - Beetle 04
    The Beetles on the poster by Paper Collective have unique shapes, which are recognized all over the world despite of - or because of - their iconic character. The poster Beetle 04 is unique because of the special printing technique, where several layers are printed on top of each other in an Offset-procedure. This is how expressive colours and colour combinations emerge which emphasize the character of the picture. Beetles represent natural elements that enrich our lives according to the design team of Note Design Studio. The name of the manufacturer and of the designer is written under the graphic print with decent letters. The Beetle 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 “Beetle” 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 Beetle 01 poster from Note Design Studio, the donation goes to Greenpeace.
  • Paper Collective - Beetle 03
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    Paper Collective - Beetle 03
    The Beetles on the poster by Paper Collective have unique shapes, which are recognized all over the world despite of - or because of - their iconic character. The poster Beetle 03 is unique because of the special printing technique, where several layers are printed on top of each other in an Offset-procedure. This is how expressive colours and colour combinations emerge which emphasize the character of the picture. Beetles represent natural elements that enrich our lives according to the design team of Note Design Studio. The name of the manufacturer and of the designer is written under the graphic print with decent letters. The Beetle 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 “Beetle” 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 Beetle 01 poster from Note Design Studio, the donation goes to Greenpeace.
  • Paper Collective - Nature 1:1 Hailstone
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    Paper Collective - Nature 1:1 Hailstone
    The ambition of the posters collection Nature 1:1 from Paper Collective was to combine arts with fascinating and misleading facts. The prints show the most extreme objects of nature, represented with realistic style. The Pine Cone poster represents the world’s biggest pine cone and the Hailstone poster the biggest hailstone. The objects are printed with a 1:1 scale, that’s the reason for the name of the art prints of the Nature collection from paper Collective. The rarity of the printed objects is reinforced by the realistic representation with natural style. Fine liners and FSC-certified paper were used as materials for the uncountable lines on these prints by Form Us With Love. Under the offset-print there is the name of the manufacturer and of the designers in decently written characters. The Nature 1:1 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 Nature 1:1 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 Nature poster from Form Us With Love; the donation goes to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
  • Paper Collective - Villa Foundation Parts
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    Paper Collective - Villa Foundation Parts
    The team of architects of TAF Architects designed a small villa – which is represented in single pieces - for the pattern of their poster Villa Foundation made for Paper Collective. The parts of the house make up a completed image when they are together: This is how the boulder – found all over Scandinavian – means stable roots. The steps are a symbol of continuous development and the oversized roof is a symbol for protection. Under the offset-print there is the name of the manufacturer and of the designers in decently written characters. The house is also available as completed construction: Poster Villa Foundation. The Villa Foundation Parts 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 Villa Foundation Parts 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 house poster from TAF Architects; the donation goes to Architecture without borders.
  • Paper Collective - Villa Foundation
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    Paper Collective - Villa Foundation
    The team of architects of TAF Architects designed a small villa – which would have a surface of 125 square meters in reality - for the pattern of their poster Villa Foundation made for Paper Collective. The Swedish team set that concept on a higher basis, carried by stones, known from natural sediments of Scandinavia. The different components of the posters Villa Foundation separe the house apparently. The oversized roof symbolized protection. Under the offset-print there is the name of the manufacturer and of the designers in decently written characters. The house is also available as image of the single parts as poster Villa Foundation Parts. The Villa Foundation 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 Villa Foundation 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 house poster from TAF Architects, the donation goes to Architecture without borders.
  • ferm living logo ferm Living - Mountain Cushion
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    ferm living logo ferm Living - Mountain Cushion
    The ferm Living Mountain cushions set characteristic accents with colours, by means of combining powerful tones and decent backgrounds. Strong graphic patterns also characterize the Danish manufacturer. The cushions represent both of the design approaches, since they unify them. The Mountain cushions of ferm Living have colours whose strength exemplarily represents clear and structured patterns. The tranquil basic colours still make the cushions suitable in many rooms, without acting obtrusively. Ferm Living produces the cushions out of canvas out of 100% organic cotton. Their filling of feathers and down make the hand-printed cushions comfortable and soft.
  • 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.
  • ferm living logo ferm Living - Striped Cushion
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    ferm living logo ferm Living - Striped Cushion
    The ferm Living Striped cushions set characteristic accents with colours, by means of combining powerful tones and decent backgrounds. Strong graphic patterns also characterize the Danish manufacturer. The cushions represent both of the design approaches, since they unify them. The Striped cushions of ferm Living have colours whose strength exemplarily represents clear and structured patterns. The tranquil basic colours still make the cushions suitable in many rooms, without acting obtrusively. Ferm Living produces the cushions out of canvas out of 100% organic cotton. Their filling of feathers and down make the hand-printed cushions comfortable and soft.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Paper Collective - The Marten
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    Paper Collective - The Marten
    The designer Morten Løfberg created his Marten poster with a characteristic expression for Paper Collective: The Marten displays an anthropomorphic animal, which looks very human with the look on its face and the hat it wears. The humanization of animals is typical for the designer Morten Løfberg, who re-contextualizes appearances and personalities of humans. The Danish designer prefers to draw with fine liners on cardboard, creating pictures with many details and a hint of humour. Løfberg needs 4 – 6 pens for each picture. There is the name of the designer written decently on the base of his pictures, also with a fine liner. The Marten 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 “The Marten 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 Marten poster from Morten Løfberg, the donation goes to the Danish cancer aid.
  • Paper Collective - Translucent Egg With Spectrum Skull
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    Paper Collective - Translucent Egg With Spectrum Skull
    An exact egg and in it a shiny skull, in a space which perfectly emphasizes the motive. What seems simple on the first sight, expresses a deeper message. 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 Translucent Egg With Spectrum Skull: ”The graphic combines motives that are already presented in many different works of mine. The picture metaphor between the human skull and an egg is not seen by the observer on the first sight.” Paper Collective Poster Translucent Egg With Spectrum Skull: 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 Translucent Egg With Spectrum Skull 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 “Translucent Egg With Spectrum Skull” 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 Translucent Egg With Spectrum Skull poster from Greg Eason, the donation goes to the Whale and Dolphin Conservation.
  • ferm living logo ferm Living - Wooden Star
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    ferm living logo ferm Living - Wooden Star
    We like to ornament our homes with stars during Christmas time, if possible with natural wood. Since that means naturalness, earthiness and a wonderful feeling of the holly days. With the Wooden Star, ferm Living proves that wooden decoration can be as simple as shapely. The Wooden Star by ferm Living appears in three sizes and it can be used as decoration for the windows, the Christmas tree or other celebration arrangements. The wooden Christmas stars are even suitable to be offered. Ferm Living produces the light Wooden Stars out of birch wood and the dark ones out of smoked oak wood. Combinations of different colours and sizes are especially moody.
  • Paper Collective - The Moose
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    Paper Collective - The Moose
    The designer Morten Løfberg created his Moose poster with a characteristic expression for Paper Collective: The Moose displays an anthropomorphic animal, which looks very human with the look on its face. The humanization of animals is typical for the designer Morten Løfberg, who re-contextualizes appearances and personalities of humans. The Danish designer prefers to draw with fine liners on cardboard, creating pictures with many details and a hint of humour. Løfberg needs 4 – 6 pens for each picture. There is the name of the designer written decently on the base of his pictures, also with a fine liner. The Moose 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 “The Moose 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 Moose poster from Morten Løfberg, the donation goes to the Danish cancer aid.
  • Paper Collective - Beetle 01
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    Paper Collective - Beetle 01
    The Beetles on the poster by Paper Collective have unique shapes, which are recognized all over the world despite of - or because of - their iconic character. The poster Beetle 01 is unique because of the special printing technique, where several layers are printed on top of each other in an Offset-procedure. This is how expressive colours and colour combinations emerge which emphasize the character of the picture. Beetles represent natural elements that enrich our lives according to the design team of Note Design Studio. The name of the manufacturer and of the designer is written under the graphic print with decent letters. The Beetle 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 “Beetle” 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 Beetle 01 poster from Note Design Studio, the donation goes to Greenpeace.
  • ferm living logo ferm Living - Wooden Frames
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    ferm living logo ferm Living - Wooden Frames
    Small portraits, big pictures, calendars, posters and much more: All kinds of paper products find the right frame to be presented properly in the Wooden Frames by ferm Living. The desired content must only be plugged in the Wooden Frames and fixed with an allen wrench. The frame can then be hanged and a stylish and unusual image appears on the wall. Ferm Living produces the Wooden Frames out of smoked oak or maple wood, the strap to hang the frame is made of leather. An allen wrench to fix the pictures is included in the delivery package.
  • ferm living logo ferm Living - Brass Ornament
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    ferm living logo ferm Living - Brass Ornament
    The Brass Ornaments by ferm Living are a fine Christmas decoration which are not only suitable for the festive days. The Brass Ornaments by ferm Living are excellently suitable as Christmas tree decoration. Additionally, the small ornaments, made in Denmark, are also elegant gift decorations. Due to their pure geometric style, and even in any other time of the year, the brass ornaments by ferm Living are always an outstanding decoration idea. Ferm Living manufactures the ornaments of genuine brass. A string in a matching colour for hanging is included.
  • 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 - Ribbons Block Candle Holder
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    Georg Jensen - Ribbons Block Candle Holder
    The Ribbons candleholder is produced by Georg Jensen according to a design of Alken & Bengtsson. The block candle holder completes the Ribbons collection and it is made of stainless steel. The candleholder looks like a basket or a wreath with a candle inside of it because of the turned steel ribbon. The stainless steel material of the block candle holder from Georg Jensen makes it look modern and noble. This is how Ribbons looks gorgeous regardless of the season. It is an elegant piece of decoration in stylish homes. Georg Jensen offers the Ribbons block candle holder in an edition of polished stainless steel as well as in a matt black edition. While the stainless steel edition ensures the polished appearance, the black one reminds us of wrought iron, being a tribute of one of the most important elements of nature. The Ribbons Black Edition is versatile and suitable to be used inside and outside. The slim swung shape of it has a beautiful effect surrounded by white snow or green grass.
  • Georg Jensen - Annual Holiday Ornaments 2014 Dove
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    Georg Jensen - Annual Holiday Ornaments 2014 Dove
    Every year and for the best time of the year Georg Jensen presents magical Christmas tree decorations. The Annual Holiday Ornaments 2014 Dove was designed by the silhouettes-artist Karen Bit Vejle. 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.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Curve Wall Hook
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    Normann Copenhagen - Curve Wall Hook
    The Danish designer Peter Johansen designed a wooden hook looking like the alphabetic character “J” for Normann Copenhagen. The Curve wall hook has a classic shape and it immediately reminds us of its function. The curves are responsible for a special refinement and they give precision to the oversized design. Curve is a wall hook in its most traditional and symbolic form. It carries several objects without any efforts like clothes, bags and accessories. Reminding us of the classic Danish design of the 50s, Peter Johansen developed a wall hook with modern design. The starting idea was creating a normal shaped hook, whose appearance was adapted and refined. The wide shape and the clearly recognizable wooden structure gives warmth, humour and character to the design. Peter Johansen explains: ”I always liked to hang things. I am fascinated by the form of hooks and finc the function it has interesting. Many stopped using the small hanging loop of their jackets. The hook has to be wider in order to save the clothes. The Curve hook is thought to be a humorous piece of utility at the wall. People can hang 1, 2, 3 or 10 of them for different purposes.” The Curve clothes hook is made out of moulded wood and available in a Scandinavian cool range of colours. All the colours embellish the – often white – walls of corridors with the Nordic-clear expression. A graphic accent at the wall is achieved with one single hook, but several of them next to each other or resulting in a specific pattern enable a perfect decoration and utility image.
  • 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.
  • Design House Stockholm - Björk Homebag
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    Design House Stockholm - Björk Homebag
    The name derived from birch (Swed. Björk), a tree which lives all over Sweden. It inspired the designer Lena Bergström for her Björk Homebag. The expression of the woven structure comes of the black-white colour of the trees, while the leather handles represent the inside of the bark. The Björk storage basket from Design House Stockholm forms a natural looking, textile surface, which ads a hint of nature to every ambience. “Björk is like a poem to me, a soft whisper in the room”, explained the Swedish designer about the soft and weightless expression of her Björk series, made for Design House Stockholm. Design House Stockholm produces the Björk Homebag out of wool with a uniwue melange pattern and leather. The materials are naturally robust and dirt-repellent, making the basket versatile: It is suitable to store toys, clothes, magazines, wool and much more. The practical storage baskets are available in three sizes, all of them in light grey and dark grey. Furthermore the Björk collection from Design House Stockholm also includes a stool and a rug.
  • Remember - Advent Calendar 3
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    Remember - Advent Calendar 3
    An advent calendar with many faces! The advent calendar 3 from Remember enables uncountable combinations and it doesn’t only delight children with its strong graphical patterns. The Remember advent calendar consists of 24 boxes, which aren’t only organized as desired, but which can even be turned upside down: Each one of the 6 sides has different pixel patterns. The expressive patterns and shapes are typical for the German manufacturer Remember. The flexibility makes it possible to create a personal, individualized advent calendar – it will attract all the attention during the winter days before Christmas.
  • 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.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Shorebird
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    Normann Copenhagen - Shorebird
    The Island designer Sigurjón Pálsson created a collection with expressive bird sculptures out of oak wood with his Shorebirds. The wooden birds from Normann Copenhagen are made out of massive oak wood. The simple silhouettes of the decoration birds give a nearly stylized expression to the Shorebirds. The small details were simultaneously carefully worked. This is how each one of the three birds has its own personality, keeping the design interesting and vivid. The biggest one of the Shorebirds is inspired by the big curlew, which has a long neck and whose beak is bent downwards. It has high legs and an aristocratic appearance. It walks around with slow, carefully considered steps and it seems to be on the guard. The medium sized bird from Normann Copenhagen is fast and wakeful like a common redshank. These birds often fly together with other wakeful birds. And finally there is the little stint. This one is very sociable and it often appears in big swarms. Sigurjón Pálsson explained: ”The world of birds fascinated me since I was a child. I watched birds as long as I can remember. That’s why it was only obvious for me to introduce birds into my designs sooner or later. The natural light brown of the oak wood looks similar to the birds’ feathers and it inspired me for my designs. The different positions imitate natural body positions of waders, when they search for nutrition in the sand and along the coast. The colourful legs and beaks complete the appearance.” The big Shorebird looks gorgeous on shelves, sideboards or on chests of drawers. There it unfolds its whole beauty standing next to a vase or other decoration items. Both smaller birds from Normann Copenhagen ideally appear in groups, where the different sizes and colours make up a stylish and playful impression.
  • Georg Jensen - Ilse Vase
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    Georg Jensen - Ilse Vase
    Ilse is a Vase from Georg Jensen, which mirrors human feelings by means of soft, liquid lines and polished surfaces. Sumptuous but as well slim, feminine and reduced to the necessary regarding its architecture is how the Ilse Vase from Georg Jensen has completed proportions. Ilse Crawford expanded the horizon for everyday objects with her Ilse Vase designed for Georg Jensen. Materials like hard copper, steel, brass and glass are used by the designer for soft, flowing surfaces, which also characterize the Ilse Vase. Despite of the careful composition of the Vase from Georg Jensen, it still expresses pure happiness. This is how Crawford achieved in creating a powerful connection to human feelings and how she reinforced the connection between heart, head and hands. Georg Jensen produces the Ilse Vase out of stainless steel. There are several sizes available, as well as a brass coated edition. The brass coating offers a warm, luxurious appearance to the smaller, more delicate vases by Georg Jensen.
  • pleased to meet - The Native Calendar 2015
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    pleased to meet - The Native Calendar 2015
    The Native Calendar 2015 is a year planner of the Indian collection of pleased to meet. 12 Sheets with illustrations with typical Mid-Century design from the German manufacture will guide you through the year. The pleased to meet year planner is flexible to be used with its two columns: For example, the left side can serve for birthdays and the right side for dates. Or each column can be used by different people. However you like to use it, The Native Calendar 2015 has unique style. The Calendar for the whole year made by pleased to meet is also usable as decoration piece after the year ended, as both founders of pleased to meet, Daniela Könn and Marcel Hornung. Pleased to meet prints the Native Calendar 2015 on FSC-certified, resistant, cream white natural paper with silky surface and in a special printing plant in Germany. The Indian calendar is completed with a decorative feather.
  • Georg Jensen - Grethe Meyer Candleholder
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    Georg Jensen - Grethe Meyer Candleholder
    The Grethe Meyer candleholder was initially designed in 1992. The designer’s piece is produced by Georg Jensen based on the original design from Grethe Meyer now. The GM candleholder lives from its contrasts between soft, organic curves and the two-dimensions-like production. The simple, nearly rigorous expression is typical for the Danish designer Grethe Meyer, which gives a timeless touch to the candleholder. Georg Jensen produces the Grethe Meyer candleholder out of polished stainless steel. The noble GM candleholder is available in an edition for 4 candles and an edition for 8 candles.
  • pleased to meet - The 2015 year planner
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    pleased to meet - The 2015 year planner
    The 2015 year planner by pleased to meet has the sizes of 58 x 85 cm. The wall calendar for 2015 appears with graphically, clear design which reminds us of the époque of the Mid Century. The wall calendar by pleased to meet is delivered wrapped in a poster roll. Pleased to meet prints the 2014 year planner on FSC certified, hard, cream white natural paper with silky surface. The Daniela Könn and Marcel Hornung made year planner is produced by special print factories in Germany.
  • Design im Dorf - New Times Greeting card series with bookmark
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    Design im Dorf - New Times Greeting card series with bookmark
    The greeting cards series “New Times” from Design im Dorf is suitable for greetings all over the year, since the included bookmarks of maple or beech wood are ornamented with all kinds of timeless motives like hearts, plants or animals. The clever greeting cards were designed by Iris Interthal. The “New Times” greeting cards from Design im Dorf appear as double cards with envelope. The bookmarks out of beech wood are easily removable and usable without the greeting card. This is how the memory remains whenever the done is reading – without ending up in a drawer as conventional greeting cards do.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Swan
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    Normann Copenhagen - Swan
    An elegant silhouette: Everything Elevated is the designer of the both simple and refined wooden bird. Swan – a decorative sculpture made of oak wood by Normann Copenhagen. The simple shape of Swan creates both an impressive and unobtrusive visual appeal and adds character and personality to any modern facility. For the manufacturer Normann Copenhagen, Everything Elevated has created a decoration swan whose design has no superfluous details. Swan appears like a pictogram with its striking and nearly easy-going pose which was inspired by a swan. Its body is roundish and lush, the neck is long and slender with striking lines. With an expression which neither appears feminine nor masculine, Swan looks elegant with a dreamy glance in any room. The chosen material adds warmth and naturalness to the design of the decoration bird. A new collector's item that should not be missed. Everything Elevated explains where the inspiration is coming from: ." Nature has always been a source of inspiration for people, and natural materials are preferred for interior decoration. Birds are particularly fascinating because they are intelligent and able to create a strong emotional connection to people. The wooden figure Swan is a beautiful and dreamy swan. It is mysterious. It is elegant. And it is pleasant to touch! A swan that is elegant, yet simple and modest at the same time." Swan is available in classic black and in a version of natural wood. With its graceful beauty and presence, the bird by Normann Copenhagen brings cosiness in the living area.
  • Georg Jensen - Annual Christmas Bell 2014
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    Georg Jensen - Annual Christmas Bell 2014
    Every year and for the best time of the year Georg Jensen presents magical Christmas tree decorations. The Annual Christmas Bell 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 Bell 2014 Mistletoe by Georg Jensen. The silhouettes-artist Karen Bit Vejle has cut out the 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 Bell 2014 Mistletoe of the Christmas Collectibles Series 2014 by Georg Jensen consists of brass plated with gold and is delivered with a special dark green ribbon.
  • 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.
  • Georg Jensen - Christmas Mobile 2014 Fir Tree & Dove
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    Georg Jensen - Christmas Mobile 2014 Fir Tree & Dove
    A new collector's item: The Christmas Mobile 2014 by Georg Jensen with Fir Tree and Dove which was created by designer Karen Bit Vejle. Christmas is this kind of special time of the year in which dreams come true and fairytales 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 tree fairytale 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 by adding a fir tree and a dove. The Christmas Mobile 2014 Fir Tree & Dove of the Christmas Collectibles Series by Georg Jensen consists of brass plated with 24 kt. Gold or palladium and is delivered with a special dark green ribbon.
  • Dotty Edition - dot on half-year planner
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    Dotty Edition - dot on half-year planner
    The dot on half-year planner 2 x 6 by the German manufacturer dotty edition is a simply individualized half-year planner to be hanged at the wall. It consists of 2 sheets with 6 months on one sight each one. Since both sides are printed, it can be used in black or white from up to 3 people at the same time. The dot on is multifunctional, personal and something very special for all of you that love flexibility, functionality and design in one. The half-year planner dot on 2 x 6 Clop is made of two coloured sheets, covering six months each one. The sheets can be clipped together with the included clips and then be hanged at the wall. This is how it is possible to introduce dates, birthdays, free days, holidays and other important dates on the white or black page. Dotty Edition dot on planner: Flexible and individual The planner, printed in German, English and French is very easy to individualize with its adhesive dots. And it will organize dates in weeks, calendar weeks and emphasize all weekends of the half-year. You will be able to use the dots according to the event, for example yellow for birthdays, red for dates, green for leisure... Or if the calendar is used by more people, use yellow for Peter, red for James and blue for Ruth. The dots can be written now and placed on the day they should remind you of something. The complete set appears incl. 7 DIN A4-sheets with adhesive dots (6 sheets with green, yellow, blue, red and grey dots in DINA4 and 1 sheet with orange, turquoise, pink and purple dots. Makes a total of 819 dots). The wall calendar itself consists of resistant, high quality 170 g/qm pictures-print paper, it is matt laminated on both sides and printed on one side. The specialty of the dot on wall calendar: No one looks like the other – since every customer chooses different colours, has different meetings and uses the dots and colours completely different. But no day is like another. And especially no year. This is at the last appreciated when observing the calendar at the end of the year. And then it will hopefully be possible to lean back, remember dot after dot what made you happy, and that the past 365 days were everything but grey! More details: Wall planer with three-language week-days, calendar weeks and distinctive weekends. Front white with black calendar, back black with white calendar. 6 Sheets with green, yellow, blue, red and grey dots in DINA4. 1 Sheet with orange, turquoise, pink and purple dots in DINA4. 2 Clips to hang it.
  • Dotty Edition - dot on four-months planner
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    Dotty Edition - dot on four-months planner
    Whether family, single or pensioner: Something all of them have in common is the dot on. This original wall calendar can be shaped individually – with practical, writable gluing dots in five colours. Birthdays, meetings, free days, vacations and more important dates can be clearly arranged in this simple designed calendar. Whether on the black or the white calendar side. Dot on is multifunctional, personal and something special for everyone that wants flexibility, functionality and design in one. The four-months-calendar dot on 3 x 4 consists of three coloured sheets that cover-up 4 months each one. The sheets are kept together with the additional clip and fixed at the wall with nails. Dotty Edition dot on four-months planner: Flexible and individual You can direct the coloured dots to a specific area, e.g. Yellow for birthdays, red for meetings, green for leisure-time activities… Or if you want to use the good thing for more purposes: Yellow for Gustav, red for Ruth and blue for Grandma. The dots can be written now and fixed at suitable places. Eight sheets with coloured dots are included in the delivery package of the dot on 3 x 4 four-months-calendars. 2 Green, 2 yellow, 2 blue, 1 red and 1 grey dots-sheets in DINA4: 107 Dots each sheet – a total of 856 dots. The wall calendar itself consists of resistant, high quality 170 g/qm pictures-print paper, it is matt laminated on both sides and printed on one side. The specialty of the dot on wall calendar: No one looks like the other – since every customer chooses different colours, has different meetings and uses the dots and colours completely different. But no day is like another. And especially no year. This is at the last appreciated when observing the calendar at the end of the year. And then it will hopefully be possible to lean back, remember dot after dot what made you happy, and that the past 365 days were everything but grey! More details: 3 Sheets with 4 months on each one. Material: 170 G/qm photographic paper, matt laminated. Wall planner with days in three languages (G, E, F), numbered year weeks and emphasized week days. Front white with black, back black with white calendar. 6 Sheets with red, yellow, blue, green and grey dots. 1 Sheet with orange, turquoise, pink, grey and purple dots. 2 Clips to hang the calendar.
  • Georg Jensen - Annual Holiday Ornaments 2014 Christmas Tree
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    Georg Jensen - Annual Holiday Ornaments 2014 Christmas Tree
    The time of fairy tales and reflection: At Christmas dreams come true. 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 fir tree as a symbol of hope, reflection and fortune decorates the Christmas Collectibles 2014 Holiday Ornament Christmas Tree 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 Christmas Tree of the Christmas Collectibles Series 2014 by Georg Jensen is manufactured of either brass plated with 24 kt. Gold or covered with palladium.
  • Hoptimist - Calendar Candle
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    Hoptimist - Calendar Candle
    Christmassy countdown: The Calendar Candle by Hoptimist brings us closer to Christmas, day by day. In its typically cheerful Hoptimist-design, the Christmas Candle blows in in its style of Danish classics. Hoptimists in the Christmas colours red, gold and blue decorate the Advent candle from Denmark which is lit on every day of December. This way the pleasant anticipation for Christmas grows. Just like an Advent calendar, the scale on the candle clearly shows that Christmas is getting closer. Start the countdown to Christmas with a Hoptimist Christmas Candle. The light is 25 cm high and has a burn time of 56 hours.
  • ferm living logo ferm living - Christmas Tree Blanket
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    ferm living logo ferm living - Christmas Tree Blanket
    Time for presents! The Christmas Tree Blanket by ferm Living is a blanket to put under the Christmas tree. However, even used solo the blanket is a great performer. The Christmas Tree Blanket by ferm living is released in a typical graphic pattern. The blankets offer space for the tree as well as for all kinds of gifts - and as a pleasant side effect, the floor is protected. In the speckled version fallen pine needles become almost invisible. Since the Christmas Tree Blanket is made of 100% cotton, it is also a pleasant companion beyond Christmas.
  • Design im Dorf - Adventsleiste
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    Design im Dorf - Adventsleiste
    Advent, Advent, a candle is being lit: The Adventsleiste by Design im Dorf is a different kind of Advent calender. Show and illuminate the days in advent with a fir tree. The closer the fir tree moves to the candle, the closer is Christmas. The tree is moved along day by day until the 24 th of December on the rail. Especially in the modern ambience the minimalist Advent calendar by Design im Dorf cuts a good figure. The material is just as good as its noble design because the Adventsleiste is manufactured of oak wood, stainless steel and glass in Germany. Even as a gift idea in the pre-Christmas period the Adventsleiste, designed by Anton Preis, is an excellent idea.
  • Muuto - Grip Candleholder
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    Muuto - Grip Candleholder
    The Grip candleholder , designed by Jens Fager for Muuto is a small and still sovereign candlestick. The designer Jens Fager explained about the design: ”I wanted to create an aesthetic candleholder, which perfectly unifies two basic functions with simple design – spending light and avoiding flickering. If everything is reduced to the essence of the function, all the details, proportions and the finish must be perfect.” Muuto and Fager chose the name “Grip” for the candleholder in order to emphasize its function: The small lamp is safely portable with one hand as if it was an ancient night lantern – from the dining table to the couch table, or to other cosy places. The Grip candleholder is made out of powder coated aluminium by Muuto and it is available in different colours.
  • pleased to meet - Birthday Calendar
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    pleased to meet - Birthday Calendar
    The Birthday Calendar by pleased to meet is an endless birthday calendar in the special dimensions 10 x 60 cm. Each calendar page has a different length – according to the principle: The longer the day, the longer the page! This makes e.g. July a little longer and the winter months a little shorter. The seasonal colours of the months on the Birthday Calendar are especially emphasized. Pleased to meet prints the Birthday Calendars on FSC certified cream white, natural paper with silky surface. The Daniela Könn and Marcel Hornung produced Cherry Blossom greeting cards in A6/C6 formats are manufactured by special print factories in Germany.
  • Skagerak - Georg Table Mirror
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    Skagerak - Georg Table Mirror
    Noble minimalism characterises the Georg Table Mirror by Skagerak. The designer Christina Liljenberg Halstrøm has created a Wall and Table Mirror for the Georg series of Skagerak which can be considered as the epitome of Scandinavian design. As a daughter of a Dane father and a Swede mother, it is clear where her Scandinavian influences are coming from. And this is also obvious in her designs: Concentration and reduction on the essential and on natural materials characterise the design of the Skagerak Georg series. The Skagerak Georg Mirror catches everyone's attention because of its extraordinary, but still supremely functional leg positioning. The mix of oak wood and reflective glass results in a strong, high-contrast appearance of the Skagerak Georg Mirror. Based on its clarity in structure and design, the series of Skagerak is able to conquer every single room. Skagerak manufactures the Georg series of fsc-certified oak wood which demonstrably stems from sustainable forestry. Whereas the wooden variant of the design object adds a natural appearance to the ambiance, the black version appears noble and elegant.
  • Snug.studio - snug.boxes Advent Calendar
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    Snug.studio - snug.boxes Advent Calendar
    Snug.boxes by Snug.studio offers endless possibilities for an individual design - not only as an advent calendar, but also as an object of decoration or even as a toy for children. The snug.boxes Advent Calendar by Snug.studio consists of 25 boxes. All boxes can easily be built up without the use of scissors or adhesive glue and can be filled up individually. Various geometrical patterns on the sides of the cubes give complete freedom in the arrangement of the snug.boxes - this way abstract patterns can emerge, animals, buildings or anything else one can imagine. Sticker with numbers from 1-25 are already included, so that small presents can be found in the decorative advent calendar on the desired day. Since the sticker are easy to remove again, the multi-purpose advent calendar by Snug.studio constantly surprises with new patterns, and is therefore also suitable as an object of decoration beyond Christmas. Just like all other products of the design team in Hanover, the Advent Calendar is Made in Germany. Attention! Not suitable for children under 3 years, for safety reasons: Danger of tearing off and swallowing small parts.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Christmas Candle
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    Normann Copenhagen - Christmas Candle
    The elegant countdown for Christmas: According to a tried and tested tradition, Normann Copenhagen provides the stylish Christmas Candle in black and white to the market. In 2014, the designer Anne Lehmann got inspired by the elegant Parisian haute couture. Graphical designed horizontal stripes interprete the exclusive and clear appearance of the Christmas Candle by Normann Copenhagen. Each stripe stands for one day, from the 1 st until 24 th of December. With the Christmas Candle, the favourite vases and other odds and ends, a personal still life can be created - this way, waiting for Christmas becomes a decorative business. With the Heima Candle Holder , the attractive black and white composition can be highlighted stylishly. The Normann Copenhagen Christmas Candle has a burning duration of up to 88 hours.
  • Snug.studio - snug.vertical Wall Calendar 2015
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    Snug.studio - snug.vertical Wall Calendar 2015
    The snug.vertical wall calendar 2015 from Snug.studio appears in a unique graphical style, like it is typical for the Hanover design team. The specialty of the snug.vertical wall calendar 2015 from Snug.studio is the appearance of the months, which doesn’t distract from its essence and which still comes along unmistakably. Snug.studio produces the snug.vertical wall calendar 2015 out of 170g-paper. The calendar is “Made in Germany”, as well as all the products of the Hanover design team.
  • Snug.studio - snug.memo Wall Kalender 2015
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    Snug.studio - snug.memo Wall Kalender 2015
    The snug.memo wall calendar 2015 from Snug.studio appears in a unique graphical style, like it is typical for the Hanover design team. The specialty of the snug.memo wall calendar 2015 from Snug.studio is the natural, simple appearance, which doesn’t distract from its essence and which still comes along unmistakably. The touch of the calendar is also noble. Snug.studio produces the snug.memo wall calendar 2015 out of 170g-paper. The calendar is “Made in Germany”, as well as all the products of the Hanover design team.
  • Philippi - Giorgio Watch Box
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    Philippi - Giorgio Watch Box
    Organisation in the chaos of time. Watches: These are a usual accessory for some, but they also mean passion for some others. Men and women express their mood and feelings with the watch they chose to wear, expressing their individual style, completing their outfit – in the office, in private life or while travelling. Three watches are silkily embedded in the Giorgio watch box from Philippi in order to be stored and transport watches with style and protected. This completes the outfit perfectly! Philippi produces the Giorgio watch box out of leather and polished stainless steel. The closure of the Flip Design created boy is magnetic.
  • by Lassen - Kubus 1
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    by Lassen - Kubus 1
    With a sharp sense of contemporary Functionalist style, Mogens Lassen designed the iconic Kubus candleholder in 1962. Mogens Lassen actually worked on the Kubus candlestick for a long time before arriving at the shape we know today in 1962. Mogens Lassen may have been dyslexic, but his sense of proportion and mathematics were flawless: Each individual Kubus candlestick is made with exactitude and the relationship between the sides calculated with great precision. Absolutely nothing has been left to chance. The collection developed into a mathematical series of candlesticks topped with candleholders. Originally, Mogens Lassen created the Kubus 1 for a restaurant in Zealand, for which he also designed the rest of the interior. Just like it was planned by the inventor, the geometrical candleholder gathered people around the tables and inspired them with its impressively simple and still unusual form. Even today the Kubus 1 candleholder by by Lassen delights this restaurant - but nowadays even more people can enjoy the iconic design. Today, the Kubus candlesticks are made by skilled artisans in Holstebro, and thus represent true Danish craftsmanship. The candleholders are made out of lacquered steel by the brand by Lassen and are available in different variants.
  • by Lassen - Line
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    by Lassen - Line
    The Line Candleholder made in 1983 is an icon of the minimalist style. Designed by Mogens Lassen, the Candleholder is still up to date. In 1983 he reapproached his own geometric candleholders, and the result was Line, whose shape was conceived through a mathematical formula. Every single object was constructed with great accuracy and a precise aspect ratio. Absolutely nothing was left to chance. The by Lassen Line candleholder is made of one line that connects both candles - and which is also the reason for its name. Just like all the other products of the collection, the reduced design and the architectural look of Line fits perfectly with contemporary minimalism. Still today, the by Lassen's Line candlesticks are made by skilled artisans in Holstebro (Denmark), and thus represent true Danish craftsmanship. The candleholders are made out of lacquered steel by the brand by Lassen and are available in different variants.
  • Magno - Writing Set (5 pcs.)
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    Magno - Writing Set (5 pcs.)
    The writing set from Magno enriches every desk with some useful accessories, setting stylish accents. The harmonically balanced office helpers are made by hand in the workshop of the designer Singgih Kartono. Singgih Kartono became famous by developing the “Wooden Radio” and he employs more than 30 craftsmen of Temanggung in Indonesia. The socially and economically sustainable production doesn’t only result in gorgeous objects, but it also helps to develop the community if the region. The writing set of 5 pieces includes a letter opener, an adhesive tape dispenser, a cutter, a stitcher and a cards and pens holder, which can also be used as notices or visiting cards holder. All the parts of the set consist of mahogany and dark East-Indian rosewood. Using precious wood and the high class processing end up in a noble appearance product. The components of the desktop set are individually wrapped in soft tissue and arranged in a box made of albesia wood. The noble wrapping makes the set also suitable to be offered. More details: Dimensions: Stitcher 6.2 x 2.7 x 4.3 cm. Adhesive tape dispenser 7.8 x 3.5 x 4.1 cm. Cards and pen holder 15 x 4 x 3 cm. Cutter 15 x 2.3 x 1.3 cm. Letter opener 15 x 1.9 x 0.6 cm.
  • 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.
  • Iittala - Nappula Candelabra
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    Iittala - Nappula Candelabra
    Nappula is a modern candelabra by the Finnish company Iittala. The idea of the Nappula candelabra was born when the designer Matti Klenell visited the glass museum in Nuutajärvi and fell in love with an unusually shaped table. Inspired by the distinctive and pronounced design of the table, Klenell created a series of modern candleholders: Nappula was born! The naming can be interpreted in very different ways, since the word “Nappula” has several meanings in the Finnish language, starting with the buttons on a controlling desk, playing stone figures or up to the naming of a child. The Nappula candelabra by Iittala is available in two sizes and different colours. Nappula combines classic elements with modern influences and the series includes a small candleholder , a 6-arms candelabra and more versions for the right light at every event.
  • Iittala - Carambola Vase
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    Iittala - Carambola Vase
    The sculptural shapes of the Iittala Carambola Vase have their origin in the eponymous fruits, better known as star fruits. The Carambola was designed by Heikki Orvola, who created an effective and unique element with his vase, which still completes practical purposes. Flowers are additionally emphasized by the exotic shape of the Carambola, while the Vase by Iittala also acts decoratively when it isn’t filled. Iittala produces the Carambola Vase out of bone china porcelain. The porcelain vase should exceptionally be cleaned by hand.
  • Stelton - Reflection Candleholder
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    Stelton - Reflection Candleholder
    The Reflection candleholders by Stelton introduce festively ambience into the own four walls in only an instant, since they spread their shine wherever they are. The designers duo Halskov & Dalsgaard created the slim, organic and nearly feminine reflection candlestick for Stelton. The polished surface of the candleholder reflects the light ensuring magic shimmers. The combination of several equal Reflection candleholders creates a classic atmosphere, while the combination of different sizes and materials ensure a modern, soft look. All the arrangements have the sea of light in common, which makes them unique. The candleholders of the Reflection series by Stelton are available in two sizes and three colours (copper, brass and stainless steel, polished).
  • Holmegaard - Design with light Candle Plate
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    Holmegaard - Design with light Candle Plate
    Holmegaard tributes the life under the open sky with the collection “Design with Light”. The collection was designed by Maria Bernsten, who designs contemporaneous objects out of classic models with organic shapes and refined materials. The Design with Light candle plate can be used for different purposes during the whole year. The plate from Maria Bernsten was equipped with a softly swung glass base and contrasting leather handles to be added to the popular Design with Light lanterns from Holmegaard. The Holmegaard Design with Light candle plate is a romantic eye-catcher in the garden and the house. But it can as well be used to serve snacks, drinks or sweets.
  • Rosendahl - Filigree Vase, Optik
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    Rosendahl - Filigree Vase, Optik
    The Lin Utzon Filigree collection is a classic one in the Rosendahl assortment. Known for the elaborate, decorative illustrations in her designs, Utzon starts a new direction with the Filigree vase “Optik” : Completely without the so far characteristic floral patterns, her mouth/blown candleholders appear in a softly turned look, which lets the reinterpretations of Rosendahl appear like individual artworks. Timeless vases like the Filigree vase Optik from Rosendahl are the classiest pieces among decoration accessories in every home or as well to be offered for a special event. Lin Utzons Filigree variation is more than that: The attractively turned look gives an impressive, shiny effect to the mouth-blown artwork of glass. This one is even more emphasized while pouring water into the vase or while lighting a votive candle in the Filigree votive. The interplay of spectacular light effects and minimalistic design makes up an aesthetic simplicity in the Rosendahl Filigree series, which perfectly suits every home. The thick glass base makes the vase especially resistant and it softly fits in the renewed design.
  • Rosendahl - Filigree Votive Optik
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    Rosendahl - Filigree Votive Optik
    The Lin Utzon Filigree collection is a classic one in the Rosendahl assortment. Known for the elaborate, decorative illustrations in her designs, Utzon starts a new direction with the Filigree candleholder “Optik” : Completely without the so far characteristic floral patterns, her mouth/blown candleholders appear in a softly turned look, which lets the reinterpretations of Rosendahl appear like individual artworks. Timeless votive candle holders like the Filigree candleholder Optik from Rosendahl are the classiest pieces among decoration accessories in every home or as well to be offered for a special event. Lin Utzons Filigree variation is more than that: The attractively turned look gives an impressive, shiny effect to the mouth-blown artwork of glass. This one is even more emphasized while lighting a votive candle in it and while pouring water into the Filigree vase. The interplay of spectacular light effects and minimalistic design makes up an aesthetic simplicity in the Rosendahl Filigree series, which perfectly suits every home. The thick glass base makes the votive candle especially resistant and it softly fits in the renewed design.
  • Iittala - Aitio Hooks
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    Iittala - Aitio Hooks
    The Aitio shelving system is a playful and practical eye-catcher at the wall. The boxes and shelves by Iittala offer a special touch to the furnishing and it as well holds things you wish to have near you. Rooms get smaller and more personal: Clever and organized systems, multifunctional furniture and flexible objects get more and more important. Here comes the Aitio wall rack by Iittala, since the shelves , hooks and boxes with the unmistakable style of Cecilie Manz fit in different rooms and furnishing styles. The construction of the Aitio hooks by Iittala have another advantage: The different elements are easily taken off of the wall to be cleaned. Iittala produces the unusual storage solutions of powder coated, brushed steel, birch wood and plastic.
  • Stelton - Aura Wall Candleholder
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    Stelton - Aura Wall Candleholder
    The Aura wall candleholder by Stelton combines comfort with nostalgia. Aura is a modern re-interpretation of the combination of mirror and candleholder of ancient times with its organic and harmonic shape. At that time the reflections of the light were used to brighten the room. The Aura wall candleholder reflects the warm light of the candle into the room and spreads therewith pleasant comfort. The polished frame of the Stelton candleholder spreads moody and warm light in every place it is. Stelton produces the HolmbäckNordentoft designed Aura wall candleholder out of polished stainless steel – durable and suiting nearly every style.
  • Umbra - Spoon Clock
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    Umbra - Spoon Clock
    Mechanic clocks are part of everyday life since some centuries. The designer Albert Lee approached to this cultural heritage on an unusual way, since with “Spoon” he created a clock, which reminds us of our dining cutlery. Of course it isn’t possible to eat soup with the playful Spoon clock of the Umbra Shift Collection. But the humorous time measurer is still unusual to be used, for example inside of a pen holder. Another surprise comes from the Spoon Clock: You won’t look at the time when you turn the shapf in your hands, but you will see yourself. On the backside of the maple wood made designer’s clock there is a mirror. The Spoon Clock of the Umbra Shift Collection is available in many colours.
  • Design im Dorf - Chain for four
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    Design im Dorf - Chain for four
    Four candles are pretty during the advent time, but what about the rest of the year? The chain for four by Design im Dorf solutes this task optimally and on different ways. The votive candles holder by Design im Dorf is completed as chain of four pieces, but the edged blocks of massive walnut also look wonderful alone. The four candleholders are held with magnets, and the whole thing was designed by Jette Scheib. The cubes you aren’t using in the chain are simply turned upside down – this is how it looks as if new and as if it was wanted that way. The single blocks of the chain can be used alone since they are only connected by magnets.
  • 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.
  • Design im Dorf - Cardiale Card Holder
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    Design im Dorf - Cardiale Card Holder
    Pictures and photos are wonderfully supported by the Cardiale candleholder from Design im Dorf. Since the pictures rail presents photos in the foreground and it remains pleasantly in the background with its reduced design. Another advantage of the Design im Dorf Cardiale candleholder is the flexibility: It The seven rails of maple wood are freely movable on the 100cm long steel cables. That’s the reason why postcards, but also pictures in other formats, are presented in Cardiale without any problems. Whether horizontally or vertically, that’s up to your personal taste. Design im Dorf produces the picture frame designed by Sabine Meyer completely in Germany.
  • Design im Dorf - Mouse Doorstop
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    Design im Dorf - Mouse Doorstop
    A useful mouse that doesn’t disturb – the Mouse Doorstop by Design im Dorf keeps every door opened. Thereby the small doorstop is universally usable: It doesn’t only stop doors, but also windows and it stands safely on every possible ground – carpets, parquet and tiles. Since the rubber coated base also saves sensitive surfaces. The Mouse Doorstop was designed by Anton Preis for Design im Dorf. The simple, robust and functional doorstop is made of massive oak wood, granting an original appeal.
  • siebensachen - LETTERcards
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    siebensachen - LETTERcards
    Letters saying it all! LETTERcards by siebensachen are the starting of individual greetings. The 29 colourful cards are the ideal message: M for “Much love”, S for “Simon” or T for “Thank you”. The siebensachen cards are individual cards with colourful letters. Suitable for birthdays, thanks giving or as simply kind greeting, LETTERcards by Adam and Harborth suit every event. Furthermore it is possible to form larger words or phrases on the wall with several cards. The siebensachen LETTERcards are delivered in sets of 29 cards. The letters of the alphabet and the signs “!”, “?” and “&” are included.
  • XLBoom - Wooden Magazine Rack
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    XLBoom - Wooden Magazine Rack
    The Wooden Magazine Rack by XLBoom is a simple, modern magazines holder, which doesn’t distract the viewer from the main function it has. The straight lined design and the simple colours make the rack unobtrusive and suitable for furnishings of all kinds. The XLBoom Wooden Magazine Rack completes its duties exemplarily as magazines and newspapers holder. It is more stable than other racks and it has the size and stability to hold dozens of journals. It is also easy to transport it, since XLBoom equipped the practical all-rounder with handles. The magazines holder isn’t only suitable for magazines, but it also serves as mobile storage basked for other objects. XLBoom produces the rack of wood, which is longevity and easily cleanable because of its coating.
  • reisenthel - magazinboard
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    reisenthel - magazinboard
    Vielseitig für Vielbelesene und passionierte Ordnungshüter. Das magazinboard von reisenthel ist ein überzeugender Zeitschriften- und Magazinhalter mit minimaler Tiefe und somit ideal zur Montage in ungenutzten Ecken oder sogar hinter Türen. Magazinboard verfügt über 7 Stecktaschen im Zeitschriftenformat. Darüber hinaus gibt es noch eine kleinere Stecktasche zur Aufbewahrung eines Telefons, der Lesebrille oder einer Fernbedienung.
  • Auerberg - Doorstop Stone
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    Auerberg - Doorstop Stone
    Modern Upcycling and Japanese traditions come together in the Auerberg doorstop stone on a special way. The creators of the stone from Auerberg had the idea for it when they went to a Sushi restaurant in Tokyo: There was a stone coated with ropes and it kept the big, heavy door opened. Auerberg adopted the idea and added some own components. The doorstop stone is a cobblestone with a 90° cut, upholstered with felt. The bottom is straight and equipped with sponge rubber, in order to offer the same charm to sensitive grounds. The gaps make it possible for the Auerberg doorstop to hold doors in both directions.
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